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Queer Feminist @Girly_Juice Explains Why You Should Avoid Queer Feminists

Posted on | July 16, 2016 | 104 Comments


Kate Sloan (@Girly_Juice) is an example of what I mean when I say every feminist’s ideal boyfriend is a Hitachi Magic Wand. She describes herself as a “Cis queer kinky poly femme feminist.” Also, she’s Canadian, which is another good reason to avoid Canada, as if you needed any more.

Feminism is an anti-male hate movement. Everyone understands this, except for those pathetic masochists who call themselves “male feminists.” No feminist ever dated a man except to obtain the sadistic revenge of humiliating the men she dates. The only way a feminist ever looks at a male is down. To be male is to be inferior, according to feminist theory, and so in her every interaction with a male, the feminist is merely giving him the opportunity to prove his inferiority. Like every other feminist, Kate Sloan habitually mocks and demeans males, which was the point of her recent column with this headline:

The Dangers Of Dating Faux-Feminist Men

What is a “faux-feminist” man? Basically any heterosexual man who thinks of himself as a feminist. If you are male, Kate Sloan hates you, and in feminist discourse, heterosexuality is a synonym for oppression.

In her column, Kate Sloan begins by describing her vindictive humiliation of “a passably nice boy I’d met on Tinder.” She uses the pseudonym “Liam” for this boy, and describes him as “smart, funny, creative, interesting, and a terrific cuddler.” This is obviously false, because (a) there are no “nice boys” on Tinder, and (b) any man who would date Kate Sloan can’t be very smart. No man with an IQ above room temperature would ever speak to a queer feminist, especially not a Canadian queer feminist. Do I even have to explain this? Or would it be sufficient to point out that Kate Sloan’s web site has page after page of dildo reviews?

Look, pal, if you want to date a vibrator connoisseur like Kate Sloan, don’t let me stop you. However, even in 2016 there are still plenty of women who actually like normal sex with human males, and maybe you should consider trying to find one of those instead. Also, queer feminist Kate Sloan helpfully includes a naked picture of herself on her “About” page, if you need any further incentive to avoid her completely.

Why would a “nice boy” want to interrupt Kate Sloan’s solitary pursuit of battery-operated fun? Oh, I almost forgot — you’re a “male feminist.” Or at least you thought you were until you dated Kate Sloan, and then she deliberately started a pointless argument about movies:

I wanted, so badly, to give him the benefit of the doubt. I wanted him to cede that Hollywood’s misogyny is a bad thing, or even a real thing. But he didn’t acknowledge any of that. . . . He kept walking and holding my hand, like nothing had changed.
Struggling to keep my voice even, I told him, “If you don’t see gender injustice in the world, it’s because you’re a straight, white, able-bodied cis dude, and you’re blinded to those things by your privilege.”
“Oh, here we go,” he snapped, his veneer of cool condescension bending at last. “Men aren’t more privileged than women. Different people have different levels of privilege depending on what’s going on in their lives. For example, in divorce courts –”
That’s when I let go of his hand. Actually, it would be more accurate to say that I threw his hand away from me like it was a rotting rat corpse I’d found behind the couch. “Nope,” I barked. “I can’t have this conversation with you. I’m going to get too mad at you and we are going to break up if we have this conversation.”
That night, I went home and texted my four closest friends: three ardently feminist women and one dude who I considered a pretty solid ally. “Do I have to break up with him?” I implored after explaining the situation. All three women immediately blew up my phone with all-caps yeses. . . .
I’d assumed he was a feminist because, in my mind, any good and decent man would be. My experiences up til then had mostly confirmed this. But in Liam’s case, being a good and decent man wasn’t enough, if he didn’t also believe in the systemic struggles women face. . . .

You can read the rest of that, but ask yourself this: Why would any “good and decent man” date Kate Sloan, who is neither good nor decent? Perhaps a Venn diagram would be helpful in understanding this.


You see that these are non-intersecting sets. However “passably nice” this guy she met on Tinder may have been, he wasn’t good or decent, or else he would not have dated a Canadian queer feminist like Kate Sloan.

Her experiences led her to an existential crisis:

What does it mean for a man to be truly feminist? Is that even possible, or is a man only ever, at best, a feminist ally and a recovering misogynist? . . .
For feminist women, dating men can feel like a lose-lose proposition. Either you settle for someone who invalidates your politics and therefore your personhood, or you gamble on a man who claims to support your cause but may or may not actually give a s–t.

Heterosexual feminism is impossible. It’s a “lose-lose proposition,” because feminists hate men with such white-hot intensity that no man could ever hate himself enough to qualify as a “male feminist.” Why even talk to Kate Sloan? A feminist never wants to hear a word any man has to say, because men are always wrong about everything.

No intelligent man would waste time talking to Kate Sloan. Just let her stay home alone with her collection of dildos and vibrators. But maybe you’re not an intelligent man. Maybe you’re so stupid that even if I told you not to click here to see a photo of Kate Sloan with her, uh, equipment, you’d click it anyway, despite my warning that you can never un-see it.



104 Responses to “Queer Feminist @Girly_Juice Explains Why You Should Avoid Queer Feminists”

  1. Squid Hunt ?Patriarch
    July 18th, 2016 @ 4:17 pm

    I absolutely agree that women have been programmed to think a certain way from school and movies and music and culture. But they have a problem in that their physiology fights that thinking and behavior with everything. Women are still attracted to strong men. I’m not saying that men should have to put up with aggressive, abusive behavior from women too stupid to know what’s in their best interests, but most women still crave that stable relationship and family and the only way to make that go away is to eradicate the human race, by definition.

  2. Joe Joe
    July 19th, 2016 @ 1:42 am

    Or Queers for ISIS.

  3. Sailorcurt
    July 19th, 2016 @ 7:34 am

    “I can’t have this conversation with you. I’m going to get too mad at you”

    This has been my experience with pretty much everyone on the left side of the political spectrum, either in person or on the internet. They simply cannot have a rational discussion without getting furious because they are irrational. They will not acknowledge or even hear any evidence or facts that would contradict their religion (and, yes, for them it is a religion…any belief that relies solely on faith and ignores facts and evidence to the contrary is a religion, not just an opinion) and get furious when they realize that A) their opponent actually HAS facts and evidence that contradicts their religious beliefs and B) They cannot refute those facts and evidence with facts and evidence of their own.

    The acknowledgement of the existence of facts and evidence contrary to their beliefs creates a cognitive dissonance they cannot reconcile and so they react with fury. They MUST react with fury because the only defense mechanism they have is to assume that anyone who so disrespects their beliefs must be an evil person and the only appropriate response to evil is righteous anger.

  4. F Harper
    July 20th, 2016 @ 3:12 pm

    McLaren is surely making a killing selling supercars to spammers. That’s one hell of a down payment you negotiated, Myra, just 1.5%. It makes the rest of your post so credible.