A good dating headline for men
There has never been a better reason to return yourself to single status.If Google searches and media coverage is any indication, Trump is straining a lot of relationships.When your boyfriend or husband supports Trump, he’s answering that question too.Which should lead you to another one: Why is this the man you choose?This is not just a political disagreement, as if one of you supports free trade agreements because you think they bolster the economy and the other believes they’ve wreaked havoc on the American working class. Some young male Trump supporters seem attracted to the candidate’s clownish behavior, to the fact that he’s a kind of anti-establishment performer who says whatever he wants.It’s not a difference of political opinion, where you both want to see low-income Americans thrive, but you disagree on how to get there. Is that who you want to date—a guy asinine and immature enough to think reality TV hijinks belong in the White House?His supporters routinely call Hillary Clinton a “bitch” and a “cunt,” when they aren’t yelling that someone should “kill the bitch;” Trump looks the other way, or even froths up the vitriol.This is on top of the fact that Trump has dehumanized Mexicans and Muslims, mocked the disabled and attacked the family of a fallen soldier.
You’re voting for a scared pregnant teenager in Arkansas who doesn’t know how she’s going to make this work.
Maybe they view women are more ornamental than substantive or more inherently maternal than ambitious; maybe they subconsciously hold women to higher standards than men or expect that their wives or girlfriends to do the emotional work of the relationship and don’t think to reciprocate; maybe they think girl stuff is kinda dumb and women are more emotional than men and they just can’t stand it when their female boss is such a bitch.
One good way to know if your boyfriend or husband is a soft misogynist (or a more blatant one): He’s voting for Donald Trump. He treats the women in his romantic life as a kind of rotating set of dolls, marrying a younger model each time and charging them with doing all of the childcare, then going on talk radio to discuss them like they’re attractive objects he’s collecting.
Don’t be with someone who is willing to support those who would blithely disrespect you.
Don’t be with someone who, in his “so what,” renders your existence a political talking point or a funny punch line or some desirable ability to say what he thinks without consequences.
Married couples in which he’s for Trump and she’s not tell the New York Style section they’re considering divorce.