Post Profile

Is it realistic to hope that a non-trivial percentage of people who say they’re voting for Trump actually won’t?

And by “people” I mostly mean “women.” (I’m not feeling very hopeful about the members of my gender at the moment). I realize Trump is doing badly with women already, but this is just beyond sickening: Also: Kristin Anderson was deep in conversation with acquaintances at a crowded Manhattan nightspot and did not notice the […]
read more


Related Posts

The GOP's woman problem goes beyond Trump

US Politics / Liberal : Page's Page

After Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election, Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus commissioned an autopsy to determine what had gone wrong. High on the list: a yawning gender gap. Romney won the votes of most men but l...

The Horrifying Moment NJ Restaurant Workers Thought They Had Won the Powerball Only to Realize They Had Bought Their Tickets for the WRONG Day

US Politics / Conservative : Right Wing News

People pooling money in the hopes that they’ll win a massive lottery jackpot is not by any means unusual. What IS unusual is a group of them celebrating their win…

Do Women Support Trump Or Clinton? Their Exposure To Workplace Inequality Won't Tell You

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

Most women say that their manager's politics have impacted their evaluation at work, so what can we assume about what women will do when it comes to voting for Clinton versus Trump? Judging by their experiences with gender equality ...

Why Do Women Vote Democrat?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan

Talbot eyes the gender gap: The reason women are more likely to vote Democratic has less to do with what we generally consider women’s issues than Democrats seem to think. But the real reason means that Republicans will find it...

Autumn XX

Genres / Horror : Behind the Couch

The woods enthralled her... Little by little did she become absorbed into them... She would sit for hours motionless, hoping, believing, that at any moment the revelation might come to her, and that she would see the Dryads dancing,...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC