I will admit that one of my guiltiest pleasures is indulging my morbid fascination with really evil women. Male serial killers, architects of doom, and genocidal maniacs are a dime a dozen, but when a woman is truly horrible, she gets my attention. Hence my addiction to Deadly Women, or any stories about the likes of Myra Hindley, Elisabeth Bathory, and, most recently, Jodi Arias. Make of this predilection what you will -- I cannot defend it -- but clearly I'm not alone.
Of course, women don't have to be practicing Black Widows to fascinate me. They only have to think like sociopaths.
I just spent an hour on one of Janet Bloomfield's blogs and I was impressed. There aren't many women out there with the balls to claim prepubescent girls "ask" to be molested in exchange for candy, cigarettes, or limo rides. In fact, Bloomfield has a lot to say about so-called rape and the women who invent it, but it boils down to her conviction that rape is a "fantasy" concocted by women too fat and unattractive to get real men to fuck them. Nice, huh? Bloomfield writes for A Voice For Men (presumably, in between mothering her three children, proudly crafting her husband sandwiches, and pouring herself just a little more
To get the full flavor of Janet "JudgyBitch" Bloomfield, you have to watch her Youtube channel; every narcissist has one these days. The smug expression, the professionally cut and streaked blonde bob, the odd vocal affectations all scream a carefully crafted facade of upper middle class white privilege, and so enhance the appeal of her misogynistic rants immeasurably.
OK, it's easy for me to understand why someone can "judge" members of a perceived inferior class -- morally reprehensible, but it follows a kind of self-serving logic -- but to turn on one's own class is a very curious phenomenon to me. What does a woman gain by allying herself with her oppressor? Does she believe, on some level, that by disavowing her own vulnerability as a female (and the mother of females) and taking on the perpetrators' point of view, she wins special entitlements and protection? Is this some variation of Stockholm Syndrome? Armchair psychiatrists want to know!
And how does the adolescent daughter of such a woman react when the kids at school mention they watched her mom on the internet? How do the other mothers feel about JudgyBitch as a mother and potential role model for their own daughters?
Now I don't know if Janet Bloomfield is a pseudonym as she claims it is, but when a person posts videos on YouTube, doing everything she can to garner a sliver of attention from the boys, she is bound to be recognized by someone, sooner than later. And although she claims no fear of reprisals (from her husband's employer, from the college where maybe she will get a Ph.D. some day), I can predict with grim certainty that the wildly irresponsible claims and downright evil ideas she has posted about rape and pedophilia will not be easy to sweep away.
Oh, that's right: JudgyBitch doesn't give a shit what other people think of her (unless it's Paul Elam, perhaps). She's like the Courtney Love of the manosphere! Now where'd I put that corkscrew?