‘You’d Be Much Happier at Home!’: Hannity Panel on Feminism Goes Off the Rails

A Sean Hannity panel tonight exploded when Gavin McInnes argued that many women are miserable because they “put work over family” — a result of modern feminism, he argued.

h/t Kruger

  • No man can say anything about women without being criticized.

    Any women can criticize any man at any time. It’s completely acceptable behavior.

    There is never a reasonable conversation.

    All men are always guilty.

    Get over it.

    • Heh;)

    • Icebow

      For some reason I have just coined the term ‘wifelife’.

  • simus1

    She was completely flummoxed. Her reptilian brain was saying “Oh, he is so macho hot, grab him” while her indoctrinated frontal cortex was in constant reset and overload trying to come up with childish lefty feminist talking points.

    • k1962

      New software; old hardware. 😉

    • Brett_McS


  • c w

    All of the women at my work who have children, or even a husband, says everyday, I cant stay, I cant work overtime, I wish I was at home. They are right, they need the money, but they love their children in a way that only mothers can, and they are miserable about it.

    • And somehow the feminist movement has made them feel bad about being good mothers.

  • Look how utterly incapable she is of forming an argument. “That’s not true.” “No, it is true.” “No, I don’t like the paper it was published in, so it’s not true.” “Actually, it really is.” “Nu-uh.”

    Lefties rarely get challenged, so most of the time they can’t defend their opinions. “I’m literally shaking!” she said when Gavin said something she didn’t like.

    • kkruger71

      Shortly after pointing out he was wrong for saying women were emotional.

    • Justin St.Denis

      That “shaking”comment struck me as well. Was she really asking for a trigger warning in future? Not really a great career move if she was.

  • Edubeat

    Read good article in 2015 about how MRI’s show women’s electrical brain circuitry changes completely after first child. Mostly b/c it conditions them to be mothers not workplace drones. OK yah say so I’m the last male in Canada to believe it.

    • Edubeat
    • WalterBannon

      women don’t actually have brains, they have a giant emotional sponge that just LOOKS like a brain, but lacks all ability to use logic or reason

      • Justin St.Denis

        Thank God you are wrong and my wife is my wife.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          And mine is mine.
          My weaknesses to her strengths and vice versa.

          • Justin St.Denis

            That can work, too. 😉

            My wife is the best intellectual arguer that I know! Thing is, we both specialize in completely different disciplines and have completely different but complementary sidelines/hobbies. Oh, the fur that has flown! But all in the service of intellectual banter and cleansing. We laugh with and astonish one another more than anything else. It works for us…

      • And lots of time that is what is needed.

        You can’t have a complete circle without both the yin and yang.

  • Petey

    It’s too big a generalization to say “All women would prefer to stay at home”. Clearly, this isn’t true. Some women, probably a considerably smaller percentage than is the case with men, but some, undoubtedly *want* to stay single and pursue their careers. Whether he actually believes that or was just trying to be inflammatory, it was a bit disingenuous (but made the rest of the discussion more interesting!)
    Anyway, she kind of deserved being flummoxed for her silly non-defense of Clinton: “oh, that was a bad study”, etc. I doubt that she (or any of the legion of Hillary lovers) could point to one positive thing that Clinton has done in her political career.

    • WalterBannon

      yes of course, there are the lesbians, who mentally are not really women

  • El Martyachi

    If only there was a grossly offensive noun phrase to describe that woman…

    • Norman_In_New_York

      How about “media slut?”

  • canminuteman

    There might be someone somewhere who has a job that is so important and so fulfilling that they would rather be at work than at home. I can’t imagine what that job would be. The vast majority of people have jobs that they tolerate at best, or totally hate, but they need the money.

    • Justin St.Denis

      You nailed it. I would always rather be hiking than doing what I am doing, unless I am on a hike.

  • Do The Math

    Your average White/European woman has 1.4 children. They are basically barren and it’s killing their peoples future.

    However, when you look at the average White/European woman with non-White/European man, her birthrate goes way up.

    White/European Females betraying and killing their people. That’s the legacy of Feminism.

    • Tanya N

      Oh for goodness’ sake – they’re not betraying anyone’s people. They’re simply choosing the best genes available for them to mix their own with. Whites are an inferior and failing race because their genes are weak and flawed; therefore, white women look elsewhere if they are seeking potential sperm-donors.

      • Blacksmith

        Wow, that sure doesn’t say much about these women when breeding with islamist and afrcan savages, you think these are actually an improvement? Most of them have been inbred for centuries.

      • J. C.

        White people’s only ‘weakness’ is suffering from ‘White Guilt’. You want to breed with a jungle bunny, you go right ahead… Just don’t be upset when it’s time for us to go ‘hunting wabbits’. 😉

      • El Martyachi

        Nice (successful) baiting. I sometimes wonder how many of you are out there reading this site (and if you’re being paid). There are better things to wonder about though… (like getting paid).

        The birthrate thing. It probably has a whole lot more to do with less individualization from places outside the western-o-sphere than genetics.

  • Uncle_Waspy

    The government hates intact families with a stay at home mom because they can’t tax her labors.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      The government’s social welfare benefits are all too often predicated on broken or nonexistent marriages, with happy marriages rendering people ineligible. Therefore, politicians who whimper about family breakdown are for the most part phonies and frauds.

    • Alain

      That is marxism in action.

  • Maxsteele

    The amazing thing though is that everything Gavin said is supported by every single study that has ever been done on women and happiness. Women that stay home with their children are far more happier then those that do not.
    At my workplace, most of the women (when not in the company of other women) freely admit that if given the choice they would rather have a male boss over a female boss….I have not had one female refute this in person…EVER!

    • Justin St.Denis

      Nor have I. The one time I did have a female “boss”, my employer and I ended up in court. I got a settlement, she lost her job, and the employer’s reputation was tainted.

  • Micky C.

    Hundred percent agree with Gavin!

  • The Goat

    Gavin is just so much fun.

    • J. C.

      Indeed. He totally baited her and she fell for it, hahaha!

    • Brett_McS

      I’m shaking! … with laughter. That was great.

  • Well, it’s true.

    These women fight subsidised battles no one asked them to fight. They have disparaged a lifestyle they didn’t bother making a go of. If they were honest about themselves and human nature, this wouldn’t be much of an issue.

  • Gary

    I now see why she is STILL single , who the hell would want to come home to that .

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    No man ever looked at a woman and thought: “I wonder what job she has?”

    • sowsear1

      Not true…I showed an old male friend a pic of my son and his family…His only response was to ask, “What does she do?”(pointing to his wife who is very good looking).

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I’m sure your daughter-in-law is a fine upstanding woman, but does she “photograph” like a pole dancer?
        Why would anyone even have that thought after looking at a photograph.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Most photos of my wife feature equestrian gear. It’s her HOBBY. She is actually far more highly trained in a very elite profession that very few Canadians practice. So she still travels a fair bit. Which is a drag for me, because her omelettes are amazing! So is her presence/company. 😉

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            What’s it feel like getting whipped senseless with a riding crop? 🙂
            I always thought that the whole equestrian outfit was pretty hot, especially the boots and pants, so we’ll done!

          • Justin St.Denis

            Nice if somewhat weird fantasy, but the reality is so very far from that. My wife is from a long line of “horsey people”. Her mother was an Olympian rider, and her grandmother, too. It’s a family girl thing with her. 😉

        • sowsear1

          Absolutely not…Actually it was a picture of her, her husband, their son, and their daughter, who was making her First Communion. All dressed for church.
          Maybe my friend’s remark had more to do with his trying to gauge what it would take to get a girl like her…..

  • LauraS

    Gavin is 100% right. I’ve always maintained that if government rolled back taxes to the point where families could live on one income, so many women would leave the workforce, it would make your head spin. Do some women value careers more than family/domestic life? Absolutely…but they are a small minority.

    • El Martyachi

      … too bad the firehose of detritus (thanks Rick) that is pop culture places stay at home moms somewhere between pedophile and Aufseherinnen.

    • Clink9

      Yep. True. The “temporary income tax” :

      “Personal income tax, introduced under the Income War Tax Act of 1917, was conceived — like the other wartime taxes — as a temporary measure. This act both expanded the scope of the Business Profits War Tax and introduced a tax based on yearly income to most Canadians.”

      It’s been used to divide and conquer families ever since.

      That’s why it’s called “work”.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I’ve always resented paying other people to have children who aren’t mine.

      • LauraS

        Explain to me how allowing taxpayers to keep more of their own money = “paying other people to have children.”

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I think you’re inferring a sarcasm that wasn’t there.
          I grew up in welfare housing known as The Development.
          Almost all the families there were single parent households who were incentivized by the Welfare State to have more children that they could not afford on their own.
          Years later, when I grew up and had my own kids I realized that I could have afforded more children of my own if I was not paying the taxes it took to pay those people to have children.

          • LauraS

            Okay, gotcha! Sorry! Too many arguments with unionized public sector workers in the family who simply don’t understand the concept of letting taxpayers keep their own money. 🙂

            Yes, I wonder why the gov’t is so surprised by the number of welfare single parents when they pay for that exact behaviour!

            Have a great long weekend!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            You, too.
            I’ve got laundry to do, a case of beer and a Mad Men marathon to watch.

  • SMC_BC

    Let’s face it, most people don’t have exciting jobs so it comes down to this:
    Staying at home with the kids and shaping their minds v.s. sitting in a cubicle
    Not a hard choice!

    • sowsear1

      “Living lives of quiet desperation”

  • Chatillon

    Feminists are always crabby because they have inflamed humorrhoids.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I got that! 😉

  • Justin St.Denis

    I think Gavin was hoping she’d smack him on national TV. Unfortunately, he was not provocative or honest ENOUGH. 😉

  • Richard_Romano

    That was awesome. Gavin is unafraid to speak the truth.

  • El Martyachi