My Today Show appearance

30 Jul

I have a very sore throat!



18 Responses to “My Today Show appearance”

  1. Anual July 30, 2014 at 15:28 #

    Thanks for doing this despite your soar throat. It is sad that the show had a very pro-feminist bias. The “discussion” they have after your appearance is hilarious. A feminist discussing a feminist should rather be called “public display of agreement”…


  2. Mike Buchanan July 30, 2014 at 16:22 #

    Janet, you were great, and it was good to see the young black woman and some of the WAF pictures, but the studio discussion was awful. I’m amazed women that stupid manage to put on two matching shoes in the morning. That probably exhausts their brains for the day. Interesting point about the increase in women calling themselves ‘feminists’ when read the dictionary definition. For me that simply demonstrates the yawning chasm between the definition and the reality. And as for the idea that feminism needs ‘selling’ better…

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  3. abc thought July 30, 2014 at 17:31 #

    It is truly amazing that they can not figure out that most humans do not have a problem with the dictionary definition of feminism – therefore what is the problem, why is it despised by so many – Is there a major disconnect between the dictionary and reality? Perhaps they should look closer and pay attention to items where it is obvious that it is not for equality – we have killallmen but not killallwomen – feminists wanting to kill 90% of men and leaving 10% for heavy lifting and sperm donation – female infanticide is a horrible thing but now they are pushing for male infanticide or view all male children as the enemy – all men are rapists? How is that going to help anything = 1 in 4 females sexually assaulted in college? IF that were true then there should be segregated colleges – (it is not true). The list goes on and on and on – Feminism is not about equality – it is going for the jugular of human relationships.


  4. realityforever July 30, 2014 at 18:58 #

    These 3 women who spoke afterwards are all that 50 years of Feminism has created; no nothing, ignorant, painted up whores that the sound of their voices is like fingernails on a chalkboard, with all the emotional maturity of a 16 year old. I’ve talked to a million women like that and though they may seem educated, the second I begin to speak and explain things, they say “Oh- I didn’t know, oh I didn’t know that,” and you end up having to explain the whole world to them like you would to a 5 year old.

    That’s because most women are completely out of touch with reality and how the world even works. Feminism simply made women completely unaccountable to anyone, has them propped up superficially with welfare and a myriad of government subsidies, child support and alimony all so they can tell men to go fuck themselves and they are not needed.

    That is TRUE hate. And as was mentioned in the other video, women are all doing exactly the same menial jobs they were 50 years ago, so they didn’t even destroy the family and leave it behind for a good reason! It would be one thing if even half of all women were doctors, attorneys and engineers, that would at LEAST make you think, “well, I guess they had to make a sacrifice,” NO- there’s not even THAT.

    If the average person only knew the real stats on what women are doing professionally and that only thing that has changed is that women have just become stupid whores on the level of hookers only without the pay that are completely the opposite of a wife, people’s heads would explode.

    But you just can’t get them to realize and comprehend it; the sick, sick, sad, pathetic horror of it all and that it was all just for nothing and women for the most part in the U.S. have just become trash or monsters and all because of Feminism. If men had had something equivalent, we would have all turned to shit as well.


  5. daboys1215daboys1215 July 30, 2014 at 21:24 #

    I love how they gave you 5 seconds and then the feminists hogged 5 minutes later on. They really want to be the only one’s with a voice. They expect their sheep to follow but it’s not happening anymore.

    Hope you feel better soon, JB.


  6. wqjcv July 30, 2014 at 21:36 #

    It was suggested that feminism has been hijacked and that is why people are confused (Stockholm Syndrome?).


  7. The Real Peterman July 31, 2014 at 01:54 #

    We don’t live in a dictionary, though.


  8. Ter July 31, 2014 at 02:29 #

    I don’t understand how anyone can claim to be a feminist and not have a victim mentality. i.e. So often, these ‘feminists’ will enthusiastically recount all the struggles to change alleged misogynistic limitations targeted at women when it was more to do with wealth, status and the realities of the physical world at that time (demanding physical strength). A common example is feminists cite ‘fighting for the right to vote’ – yet they choose to ignore that most men didn’t have the right to vote not long before them.

    On that basis, men would be perfectly justified in creating a ‘masculinism’ movement and continually lament about having had to (*literally*, in exchange for war service) fight for the right to vote. Never mind the fact that these Prada feminists keep saying “we won the right to …” when they’ve really done nothing except hitch their wagon to some imagined victim heritage. I’m an egalitarian, but just for the fun of it, next time I’m in the presence of feminists I will claim to be a masculinist ‘..because of men’s struggle to win the right to vote’

    Frankly, I feel that what feminism claims to have “achieved” is what would have happened in due course anyway, as society continues to evolve. The only difference is that feminists have injected a lot of hostility into gender relations.


  9. Spaniard July 31, 2014 at 13:23 #

    “I do not need feminism becuse… blah blah… but I still having the power to rape hubby in court getting his blood, soul and goods”.

    It is very interesting the gap between North America and Europe: in North America being anti feminist is becoming mainstream. Not in Europe at all, where being a feminist still the “proper” way to be for both female and male, BUT… if the anti feminist fashion rises in U.S. we wil see one morning the cover of one of that Euro “glamour bitch” female magazines such “Elle” or “Marie Claire” claiming “The new woman is not feminist anymore! she is femenine! Learn how…” and such a shit. But, of course, this “new woman” (for the season) still narcissistic, exhibicionist, riot grrrrl, diva, divine, hyper slut (personally, nothing against this particular point) and raping beta hubby in court. Comme il faut.


  10. Spaniard July 31, 2014 at 13:27 #

    In Spain half doctors and lawyers are female. That is true. Not so much engineers.


  11. endwatcher July 31, 2014 at 23:40 #

    Congratulations on the high profile appearance. While I appreciate that you are against feminism I don’t think this can go anywhere so long as men cannot fight for themselves.

    As far as I know (and correct me if I am wrong) no man in the MRA, MGTOW etc representing male arguments against feminism have ever been given (or earned) such a high profile appearance.

    Something is wrong here. Either a coherent orator cannot be found sporting the cause, or they are being stonewalled. No matter how eloquent you may be in defending men, the image is clear, men are behind you while you speak, and they look weak.


  12. Ter August 1, 2014 at 03:20 #

    Women are doing this for themselves too, to disassociate themselves from a neurotic movement that bullies them and claims to speak for them, and not just for the men in their lives.

    As for why female advocates of MHRM are given more consideration – that’s because feminists have been so successful in vilifying men over the decades that any man who objects to some aspect of feminism is implicitly dismissed as ..a villain. If anything, it’s a wake-up call for everyone (men and women) to immediately object to male-bashing comments in everyday life (rather than just meekly grin and bear it.) It has to become just as socially unacceptable as racist or homophobic comments.


  13. Father Marker August 1, 2014 at 09:40 #

    Hey JB I was wandering across the radio stations in Australia and flipped to Radio National today August 1 and was stopped by the sound of your sultry tones coming across the airwaves. Listening to those other ladies gang up on you and have an apoplexy fit was a joy to behold. For those who missed out you can download the show at

    Now one thing that really leapt out at me was a challenge by one of those SIW’s to you to name anyone who had done the things you had alleged. You might recall that challenge. At the time I didn’t know how I would respond but now I do.

    Such a challenge is a two edge sword. For example women make many complaints first of all regarding the wage gap and also the glass ceiling among many other things. It they are going to demand specific examples of our claims then it is only fair that we should expect them to provide specific examples of their complaints. Then call them out upon their double standard when they don’t come to the party.


  14. judgybitch August 1, 2014 at 09:46 #

    Good idea! Thank you!


  15. Sisyphean August 1, 2014 at 12:42 #

    As someone on the periphery of the manosphere, I think this is good. I see a lot of women misled by mega feminist outlier females who don’t feel or act very feminine and presume to lead other women away from their own feminine impulses. When women can see other women, like you, out there standing up for your right to act and live the way you feel, the way you were meant to, that might give them some courage to search their own feelings. Rather than shouting down the girl inside who says ‘i don’t want to be a slut’ or ‘ i just want to find a great man and have babies’ only to instead pursue a career during her most fertile years that may or may not ever be very fulfilling… she might think about listening. And honestly, in my mind the future of our society depends upon those choices. Keep fighting the good fight.


  16. Pertinax August 2, 2014 at 04:49 #

    Do any of you know what Right-Wing Authoritarianism is?

    It is a term in political and social sciences regarding conservatism and the use of force to enforce it (force being anywhere from strong laws to gun-toting red shirts).

    This term is often applied along with Mussolini’s fascism.

    Quite a few feminist ideologies, especially of the present, are what I term “left-wing authoritarianism” using paternalistic (Huh! The irony…) measures to enforce a so-called equality.

    Dearest me…


  17. MC August 2, 2014 at 23:37 #

    When feminists make the claim that without them, you would not be able to voice your opinion on the internet, it is very frustrating. Frustrating because they are at all taken seriously.

    Even if you forget the fact that social media and news talk shows didn’t exist until very recently in our history, and that expressing your opinion on a wide scale was only really possible for the majority of people, due to the internet, do they think that without feminism, men would have chained their wives to the kitchen to prevent internet access?

    That they would keep women from all television sets, and prevent access to computers?

    That if Facebook came about, the owner would have denied access to all women who wanted to make profiles?

    Honestly, when they make such unsubstantiated claims that they seemingly pull out of their collective asses, why everyone listening to them doesn’t view them in the same category as the guy who believes reptilian space aliens are running the country, I’ll never understand.

    Somehow we have white supremacists, Nazis, communists, and advocates for man-boy love on the internet, but without feminism, women would not be allowed to express disapproval of something over Facebook.

    If that were actually true, how on earth did feminism come about in the first place? Did the husbands all go out one night, and forget to lock the women folk up in the barn before leaving? Did one guy fuck up and teach his daughters how to read or something?



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