Ellie Slee: ‘Being Schooled in Feminism’

Ellie Slee is a former part-time model who whines about the objectification of women – you couldn’t make it up, could you? She blogs at Huffington Post. We presented her with a ‘Whiny Woman of the Month’ award after she’d made a demonstrably false allegation about J4MB in a blog piece, then declined to retract it after we’d politely asked her to do so. The false allegation was only retracted after we contacted the legal team at HuffPo.

In a recent blog piece, ‘Being Schooled in Feminism’, Ms Slee calls for more ‘education’ of schoolchildren about feminism, a process which is evidently already underway. The piece may as well be titled, ‘Being Schooled in Whining’, and predictably The Everyday Whining Project gets a mention:


I’m of the opinion that women such as Ellie Slee, Laura Bates, Caroline Criado-Perez and Kat Banyard are suffering from development disorders. They haven’t made the normal psychological transition from childhood to adulthood, so they remain perpetually whiny, demanding the world changes to make them less anxious. They’re Entitlement Princesses, devoting their lives to training a new generation of young women (and girls) to become whiny too. I’m going to nominate all of them for another award http://www.antifeministtech.info/category/entitlement-princess-of-the-month/. What misery these women leave in their wakes.

Men are considerably more affected by sexism than women, and anyone who doubts that should visit http://thealternativesexismproject.wordpress.com.

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • They leave misery everywhere because they are miserable, Mike. I agree that they are psychologically underdeveloped, but it is worse than that IMHO. They have bought the ideological claptrap of a narrow, bigoted, socially destructive generation of angry women from the 1970s, whose rhetoric has never changed or adapted to a changing world (which shows how brittle and false it really was).

    I could feel sorry for the Misses Slee, Bates, Banyard and Criado-Perez, but, frankly, they are so obnoxious, so narrow, so bigoted, so lost in the rhetoric of the past, so bloody unattractive as women and people, they are beyond pity. They have become professional ‘grievance collectors’, as that woman of real character, intelligence, and maturity, Christina Hoff Sommers describes them.

    The truth is, they are radicalised morons: victims of the gender studies madrassas in our universities, who say (as Christina puts it), ‘We will help your daughter discover the extent to which she has been in complicity with the patriarchy. We will encourage her to reconstruct herself through dialogue with us. She may become enraged and chronically offended. She will very likely reject the religious and moral codes you raised her with. She may well distance herself from family and friends. She may change her appearance and even her sexual orientation. She may end up hating you (her father) pitying you (her mother). After she has completed her re-education with us, you will certainly be out tens of thousands of dollars and very possibly be out of one daughter as well.’

    I’ve said it before, if I were one of these girl’s parents, I would be very worried about my daughter, and I would be talking to her firmly about her obvious radicalisation and where it is leading her. That is nowhere, frankly. Only a generation ago, these young women’s predecessors would have been mature, sensible, and buckled down to life; with a good husband, children and moving forward in pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. At their age they should be laughing at the future with joy and hope.

    These kids (because that is what they are, they’re not women) are just wallowing in an immature mental state induced by brainwashing devised by bigots, that has changed their natural operating system and installed an angry ideology in its place. They are victims, but they can’t see it. It is sad, really it is, but I have no pity because they are old enough to know better.

    I’m glad young Ms Slee has to search for encouraging stories about the idealised stereotypical woman she has been led to believe is the ideal. That means they are disappearing. I am glad she worries about women today who are eschewing her seriously out of date bigotry. I hope she feels alone and out of step. That is because she is. However, I wish she would go to hell and stop slandering men. She is the worst kind of sexist there is.

  • tamerlame

    If women hate objectification, they have to stop setting themselves up as prizes to be won.

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