Ask the Grumpies: Forcing professional women out of red states

Anony asks:

I see people saying on soc.media to not send female college students to red state institutions….. and I wonder if that is part of the GOP plan to remove women from professional jobs, return them to only raising children and taking care of men, removing the right to vote and own property/money in their own right and let lower preforming white men be the only ones with ‘college’ degrees and therefore less competition for jobs and…..
OR am I now paranoid?

It’s hard to say if there’s wealthy super-villains thinking about all of these aspects who are guiding these changes for these reasons, or if it’s just a feature of their overall evil plans.  I don’t even know anyone who owns a single normal sized yacht, so there’s no way I know what’s in the hearts and minds of these awful people.

But yeah, these red states are going to get less productive by shutting off talent and not attracting men married to professional women.  Sure, a white dude may become marginally more productive than he was without a servant at home, but so much of the woman’s ability to increase GSP (like GDP but State instead of Domestic) is just shot.

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8 Responses to “Ask the Grumpies: Forcing professional women out of red states”

  1. Maya Says:

    O wow, this is sobering. To think whole states of the US could turn into wastelands for women’s aspirations… And of course, it would reinforce the white supremacist christian fascisms that engendered it.

  2. wally Says:

    I believe that this (and many other policies being enacted or planned) is part of a plan to get progressives to leave (and stay away from) red states – women, LGBTQ+ people, etc. This will make it easier for the conservatives to maintain power.

  3. k Says:

    Here in small town Massachusetts I have seen more license plates from Texas and Florida than I remember as typical. I’ve wondered if they are looking to move or just checking out folks from the other side….

    I can’t imagine physicians, attorneys, pharmacists, professors, teachers….anyone? That would move to certain states now for employment or education Obviously there are many who still will but yeh I dunno anymore with this country

  4. First Gen American Says:

    I love how most of the most innovative companies are coming out of blue states but somehow we are bad for business. I guess having a highly educated, inclusive and diverse population with well funded school systems has nothing to do with the innovation coming out of these places.


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