They gave us an honorable mention at the end though. #1 for \"bigotry\". Yay!
On the other end of the spectrum we see /r/TheRedPill, a subreddit dedicated to proud male chauvinism, where bigoted comments received overwhelming approval from the community at large.
\"Proud male chauvinism\".. what? Has anybody actually used that term since 1975? Maybe them gosh durned \"women's libbers\"? Dagnabbit! Tarnation!
I'm reminded of the \"bigoted\" thread yesterday where older divorced men were warning young never married men how life-wrecking a divorce can be for a man in 2015. Smell the \"bigotry\". Yeah, OK.
Really the fellow should have actually read some posts here before he wrote the article. I see TRP as a tonic for the bullshit about women we were all fed for decades by movies, TV shows, etc. vs. the reality of how women actually behave every day in the real world. Young guys especially need to know that stuff so they can protect themselves.