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    "Patton advises girls to eschew careers and focus on landing a husband in their early 20s - before it's "too late" - and she is adamant that divorce should never be an option. However, Patton herself recently finalized a divorce and told New York Magazine that she is not looking for marriage and just wants to have lots of "fun, funny, entertaining, sexy" boyfriends."

    Thereby epitomizing the hypocrisy of the far right.
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    @bleakoutlook food stamps, fact. ACA, fact. Welfare, fact. A vote for Democrats is a vote for freebies (that other people have to pay for). Ever growing government dependancy, fact. The money will run out eventually and you will all be working for your freebies. That's what they want, so, just look the other way, lol.
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    "Ladies, look pretty, don't interrupt too much, and above all, make sure your man approves of your outfit."

    Yeah right. I don't live under a rock and I don't need men to tell me how to behave professionally. Lacking a Y chromosome doesn't mean I'm somehow stunted professionally.
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    there are so many things wrong with the above - reverse feminism at its finest. i'm the only girl in a whole office of guys and I HAVE TO raise MY voice to be heard. and I wear dresses every day . Guess i'm going nowhere in the workplace. Oh and i'm in my late 20s- and not married. I NEED A MAN BEFORE I'M 30 OR MY LIFE IS OVER! I CAN'T THINK FOR MYSELF OR SUPPORT MYSELF. WOE IS ME a bunch of bulsh!
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    The book itself was insulting to women..............who as the writer claims, can't figure out anything for themselves, and even more laughable, can't figure out how to successfully deal with men, inside and outside the workplace.
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    This 'smart' lady has motivated me, but not the way she thinks I should be motivated. We should do to her what they did to that guy in A Clockwork Orange. Beethoven anyone?
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    @myaami - Thank you. Your view is refreshing to this aging feminist from the 60s and 70s era. I was beginning to think that few young women appreciate those of us who preceded them into the male dominated workplaces and fought to break so many glass ceilings.
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    @Denizen_Kate And what has feminism given us. Single moms, effeminate men, and kids with no dads in the house. I bet that title at the office keeps you real warm at night.
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    @Prolife- those are harsh generalizations and inappropriate stereotypes. I just don't want any woman or man for that matter telling me how I should act and what's appropriate. you don't see "how men should act and dress in the workplace" I'll abide by my state and federal laws as one should; and act with morals and ethics how I see fit as taught by My SINGLE MOM ... my mamma told me I could do anything in the whole world and be anyone I want. Gender never came into question . that's my point. but we're not insulting each other and it was not nice that you did. Denizen Kate probably IS real warm at night and in peace.
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    After the "obamacare caused a divorce and homelessness" headline, I don't think Mary is allowed to post without running it by the editors first
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    @Denizen_Kate
    It wasn't a whine. I like a lot of estrogen. The more the better.
    It raises my already way too high testosterone.
    Some people like to get at least nine hours of sleep. I'm one of them but along comes this unapproved government biological agent only women possess. It has been known to cause men much sleep deprivation and this translates into poor job performance.
    ... At least on the job, the next day!....
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    @Denizen_Kate
    I am a cheese connoisseur. I also have been brewing craft wines for many years. I never ate a specific cheese I didn't like. The sharper the better.
    Them good cheeses are just too expensive. Even in Wally World!lol.

    I've got the wine down. If I could make my own quality cheese, I'd have to hire one of those three letter intelligence agencies to protect me.
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    Why is it those womanly skirt-wearing blonde women on Fox aren't ever wearing pants?

    Here's a sign that Roger "She's hot and she gets ratings" AIles has dropped his pimping ways: Fox hires Christine Amanpour.
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    "Fox hires Christine Amanpour."

    Ugly propagandists drive away viewers. Might as well slap a wig on Baghdad Bob and put him in front of a camera.
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    This is getting rediculous now with these headlines of hers.
    I guess because Fox has interviewed obama they are responsible for him as well?
    Talk about bias!
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    Never raising your force under stress in the workplace is good advice for men & women. Yes, I'm opting out of the culture wars; bicker amongst yourselves.
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    @S-N-A-F-U

    Aw, do I hear a bunch of zour grapes from the peanut gallery?? You can all watch Brunhilda, I'll take the gals on FNC!
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    @Mary I am not sure if I have seen more headlines that are intentionally misleading than yours lately. This was a book writer. yea they interviewed her but she doesn't work for fox does she?
    Are you bitter Mary? seriously have a coke and a smile once in awhile. and if you need to add some rum or whatever go for it.
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    @WMCOL How would I like it to be said.. I don't give a damn personally. but how it 'should' be said is Author (name) gives some pro tips on how to be a woman.
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    @WMCOL The woman was also profiled on many lefty outlets as well. They didn't make headlines in here. See my main post for a truncated list. She's been on a book tour since March.
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    Another misleading title and content from Mary Noble...I am shocked (sarcasm). Anyone notice the "tips" are from the book Executive Presence? I guess the big bad fox wrote that book huh? Smh.
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    LoL......Two words: Rachel Maddow
    She has all their pants. She need pockets to store her FACTS in. She may not have ALL of em, but Im sure she's spitting out more than the STEPFORD WIVES OF FAUX NEWS.
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    I've noticed that for the last several years, few women appear on television who aren't wearing dresses, often quite form-fitting, too. IMHO it detracts from any serious consideration of actual content.
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    What? No calls to send all young women to finishing schools? What about tips for how to emerge victorious from Murdoch's casting couch?

    The network of big fake tits, too-short dresses, and the universal FOX requirement that all women wear fuck-me heels needs to get a clue.
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    Susan Patton married a man whom she admitted that she didn't love, stayed with him for 25 years, and finally divorced him, saying, "And although after 25 years my marriage ended in divorce, I consider it to have been successful---because I had the children I always wanted". She also admitted that she married at age 31 "because I wanted to have children...and to do so in a traditional marriage." Sounds to me as if this woman has her priorities screwed up.
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    It wasn't Fox advocating the advice. It was your typical book pusher we see on too many talk shows, with self- appointed experts contradicting each other when taken together. The worst offenders are Morning Joe and Charlie Rose. Their shows should be sponsored by Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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    More moronic crap from the left-wing website. Everyday it's another story about Fox News or something trying to ridicule conservatives.
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    Yet another, typical "non-story" story from Mary. Her headline and captions claim "Fox News says this, says that & the other thing". These are quotes from books and/or authors who are on the show. Mary's jab of "peddling 1950's era advice to college girls"--could that be such a bad thing? After all, it's only advice, maybe to keep their legs together a little more? Is that so bad, Mary, to "advise" that? Or, should they be advised to be "loose, wild and free"?

    Just another sensationalized story, with misleading (if not outright lying) headlines and captions. Must be a slow news day! Must be easy to keep a job at Politix. Wonder about the pay scale?
  • #129
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    Sounds like something from the Epistles: don't stand in the women's gallery at Temple gossiping, shut up and ask your hubby any questions afterwards, at home.
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    I love how everything is attributed solely to Foxnews and cast in an only negative light. Most of the advice criticized in the first part was given to me when I started in the corporate world many years ago. While obviously this persons view is self serving to promote herself and her ideas, isn't that what the author of this hit piece was also doing? Just a question.
  • #120
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    The point is you shouldn't have needed to accomodate men by "keeping your voice down". The point is that bowing your head and acting submissive to the double standard in the business world is wrong.
  • #131
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    @Unfit2serve As I said that's what I was told to begin my career, but the key is that this is the view of the guest, you think this person has ever been on any other shows? And if you want to talk reality the key is know your environment, like it or not part of success is working with others even if you don't like the way they treat you.
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    That British lady in teal seems to have been the advisor to Queen Elizabeth... the FIRST... she has no bloody (now, there's a Brit expression for you all!) idea that women have been well on the road of equality with men. Surely there's much road to go, but not moving British-style through the "left" lane like Ms. Sylvia Hewlett.
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