I dated a guy who was a huge Milo fan, a gamer, 44, never married, and desperately wanted kids. I knew it would never last (me: raised by a father who gave me self worth, very liberal, didn’t want children) but hey, dating in LA is a bitch. So we hung out for a few months.
We finally broke up the night he told me, (in what was clearly pent up rage bc though I knew he didn’t fully respect women he had never let me see to that to THIS degree) women should’ve never been given the right to vote bc they were too emotional and screwed up the whole system.
I see so much of him in this article and understand him, and Trump supporters, a little better now. I don’t know if that makes me feel better or worse, but at least knowing that they EXPECT failure and idiocy makes me stop banging my head against the wall trying to figure out WHY they support him. It’s like when I realized me and the guy mentioned above would never work. I stopped caring and that made it a lot easier.
Is that a good or a bad thing?