Female Leadership

Feminists, in America at least, love to rant, rail, bitch, moan, and whine about how there’s supposedly a lack women in leadership roles and positions. They have a growing fondness of calling this the “Leadership Gap.” And, of course, insofar as they’re concerned this all because of the evil “Patriarchy!” But then, isn’t everything?

Men Love Female Leadership

This is, of course, another of the Feminists’ ridiculous examples of blamecasting, transference, and general hysterical claims of victimhood that bear no resemblance to objective reality.

Frankly, men love and adore female leadership. If a woman chooses to lead, we men will surely and happily follow her. It doesn’t even matter where she’s leading us. 😉

So, obviously, these feminists should, if they want real reasons instead of a manufactured excuse to complain, look elsewhere for answers as to why we have a lack of female leadership.

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5 Responses to “Female Leadership”

  1. Alfie Says:

    Leading with behind. It’s a good plan!

  2. jonolan Says:

    It’s why women make the best leaders, Alfie. They can easily motivate us and give us something to strive for.

  3. Buffet Says:

    It isn’t often that one encounters a twenty-seven course meal.

    Good thing I’m such a prodigious eater!

    Rather than play favorites (yes, I have a few), they should each be instructed to swarm me at will – as if any prompting were necessary.

  4. jonolan Says:

    Well, not to put too many or too of points on the matter, there’s both many styles – flavors, if you will – of successful management, and I figured that you’d appreciate a buffet. 😉

  5. Buffet Says:

    You sir, are a gentlemen and a scholar!
    Why asked why I have such a dirty mind, I always reply “I can’t help it, it’s attached to my body!”
    (Original quote from Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce)

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