If a female politician raises her voice she’s accused of being shrill, if she makes a joke she’s being callous, if her husband cheats on her she’s blamed for that, too, for “enabling” him.
|34thParallel Magazine||Nov 1, 2017|
She’s no Waingro, no Buffalo Bill, and certainly no Michael Corleone. Villainy of that sort requires a man’s touch.
WHY MEN ARE BETTER VILLAINS THAN WOMEN BY GRAHAM DASELER