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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Women Who Hate Women

Ann Coulter, watch out:  there's a new anti-feminist female provocateur emerging, and she's just as blonde, skinny, and outrageously mean-spirited as you are!  PLUS she's younger and -- dare I say it? -- even prettier.  Yes, Mirror, mirror on the wall:  it's JudgyBitch (catchy moniker!) AKA "Janet Bloomfield."  She's a self-described stay at home mom, reported to be from Canada, with an undergraduate degree in film theoryShe is affectionately referred to as "Drunky" on another anti-MRA blog because she is rumored to enjoy her booze.  Allegedly.  And God knows I'd be the last person in the world to condemn her for that!  However, if alcohol is behind this brand of vitriol, she might want to reconsider blogging-while-drinking, cuz this lady is one mean drunk.

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 chardonnay malbec). 

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 laterAnd 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?

24 comments:

  1. ...I don't know where you were in your teen years, but me and all my friends? We were in town chatting up blokes with cars in the hope that we'd be able to get rides with them, or better, booze bought for us! Not many of us were successful, becuase well...14 isn't the hottest of ages, and we probably acted like brats, but some were. My old best friend left the country to live with her decades-older boyfriend who she hooked up with when she was 14. Exchanging sex for favours isn't all that weird really, and I certainly don't think we were being abused. But your milage may vary, I know not all girls like sugar daddies. Still, JudgyBitch has a point, as far as I can tell.

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    1. The original prompt was a proposal to lower the age of consent to 13, as I recall (although many victims were apparently as young as eight or nine). So I will tell you that at the age of 13 I was running around getting into as much trouble as I possibly could. Fortunately, the adults around me (parents, neighbors, school authorities) continually thwarted my efforts to expose myself to danger -- because that is their job. I'm the last person to claim adolescent girls are little angels (defiant, ruthless little monsters more like in my case) but that is not the point. Adolescents are not adults, a developmental fact that has been recognized by western societies since the mid-19th century, and which has been born out by science since (ie, MRI scans proving that the prefrontal cortex is not fully functional until one's early twenties.

      As for "exchanging sex for favors," that is a behavior that I would discourage my daughter from engaging in at any age because I would prefer that she not become a prostitute. This is not to put down sex work, but I am enough of a feminist (and a romantic I suppose) to hope that my daughter would view her body as more than a commodity.

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    2. Anonymous, you sound like white trash.

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  2. Wow, great hit piece. Character assassination on the cheap. An allegation of being "Drunky" without attribution. Classy.

    So, someone with who you disagree is evil on the level beyond the evil serial killers, genocidal maniacs, all while you disagree with straw-womyn representations of her arguments of your own devising. The plain fact that you misrepresent and then attack her personally, with veiled threats, reveals the weakness of your argument: you don't actually make any. But, then you don't really have any readers, do you.

    And, really, taking on Roosh? That's the best you can do?

    Have another Chardonnay, darlin'

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    1. You're right. An author should always cite her source. See link. Although honestly, by suggesting she may be an alcoholic, I'm giving her character the benefit of the doubt.

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    2. Well, an anonymous comment on an obscure blog is certainly definitive. But there, as here, y'all engage in ad hominem attacks because, really, that's all you got. Back to nursing your hurt and anger with some Chard...

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    3. Is it an ad hominem attack when the writer actually means to attack someone's character?

      Make no mistake: I am not simply "disagreeing" with JB's argument that child rapists should not be punished. I am saying that a child rape apologist like JB is beyond the moral pale.

      Margaret Mead once said that a culture can be judged by the way it treats its most vulnerable members (children, elderly). What kind of culture even engages in "debate" over whether or not children should be protected from predatory adults?

      I'm not making any threats against JB, veiled or otherwise; I am merely predicting that when she is doxed -- which seems inevitable given her Youtube presence and increasing notoriety -- she will hear a lot of social doors slamming.

      BTW, it's bourbon for me.

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  3. JudgyBitch is awesome.

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    1. Well, she is awesome, if by "awesome" one means jaw-droppingly, outrageously awful.

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  4. Actually JudgyBitch said that "Janet Bloomfield" is a pseudonym. But anyway, Anonymous wanted to DOX her, so I don't know how long she will stay anonymous.

    And a few weeks ago, she was on the warpath because two punks wanted to rape her 12 years-old daughter :

    http://judgybitch.com/2013/04/22/two-little-dickwads-threaten-to-gang-rape-my-daughter-and-have-the-worst-weekend-of-their-lives/

    So, JudgyBitch not only hate women, she's an hypocrite too.

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  5. An interesting disconnect isn't it?

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    1. omg you guys are ridiculous shes suggesting that like older women, young girls past puberty also lust sexual attention usually exploration with boys their age but typically that's not always the case. people only ever think of the men chasing the little girl... what about the girl who just hit puberty a years ago hormones raging good family, good morals..... is it always 100% fact that they wouldn't be capable of proper consent simly due to young age..... I personally think anyone past puberty has a potential to like sex given proper knowledge and certainly are capable of deciding if they want some one to be having sex with them at one time or other (then again though, we don't teach kids about sex other than how not to get pregnant or diseases, or how not to have it out of fear they will become kinderwhores so when it comes time that they are pressured into it by someone, they are easily coerced instead of sticking up for themselves cuz they were taught that they don't have to do anyone any 'favours' and their choice matters. we aare unexperienced because you adults choose to deprive us of crucial experience because of the negative possibilities that come with life anyways. continued>>>>>.

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    2. when I was about 10 I hit puberty, and at 11 I wanted nothing more than to have someone to do those things to me. of course experimentation with that at that age especially with older guys (16-25 might've been my preferred age by that time given I was allowed to have voice on that) so theres no way I or anyone else could just waltz out and find a half decent non-shady guy who would like me cuz all the ones that are half decent know the legalities would ruin both our lives and are scared away from any type of that contact wether the attraction is there or not; youre left with the only men who would approach a young girl being those grimy dudes that don't care about themselves or the child and is fine with breaking laws and putting themselves and others at risk. Obv I was too afraid to try because of this so I ended up losing my virginity to a guy who was only a year older than me and took advantage of me, kinda sucked going to highschool a year or two later and seeing him ther eand meeting all the other girls he fucked and chucked....nice guy he was-hes got a pretty shitty rep now).I know how I was and I know how I still am. Im 16 now my bf is 25 we met through friends and have been together for a year now. Ive never felt used or lesser than him and am actually happy for the first time in a while. I love the age gap and I love that he loves the age gap. No I don't have 'daddy' issues, I have not interested in men older than 30 at this time (celebrities excluded) I like young adult men and I don't feel that there is or ever was a problem with that. well besides the fact that I had to do it all alone and being incredibly shy as a kid I probs missed out on a time of my life that might've been quite helpful, for to avoid a very awkward time in my life and also to help me re-establish me own values. (in case anyone was wondering yes, I come from a broken home and was in and out of foster care and my grandmothers care mostly due to behavioural issues at the end. However this past year with my current man has helped me in major ways, because he is older I naturally try to be more mature independent responsible and all that, now because of this I have been able to finally open my eyes to my own problems tht ive been trying to fix with my family for years. Anger that I suddenly understand is pointless... he's brought me back into the real world where I can think for myself and learn from my mistakes again, I have noticed so much changed this past year in myself and so has my family. Now leet me make it clear, I am a young girl age 16 which is underaged for where some of you live.... and even at 13 and 14, I damn well knew what I was doing.... flirting with guys whod claim they were 21-24 years old at only 11-12 myself.... id NEVER have met them in person or gave info, how could I know who they rly are-it was the fantasy of it that I liked. my point is, if I was able to comprehend these continued>>>>>>>

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    3. things at that age, there are oothers like me out there with strong active desires that remain unchannelled free too wreak havoc. If there are girls like this out there (not to mention the odd few that truly do manipulate older guys and purposely have them jailed out of spite) then I say teach them that they need to take responsibility for their actions and decisions, teach them that their decision is a decision no matter what the other persons situation is, no is no, yes is yes, lifes can be ruined when there is deception. And for those girls who DO do these things to older men, these laws basically tell them 'oh, 15 and pregnant by a 26 year old guy that you've been hanging around with and flirting with constantly for like half a year-but your parents will flip out??? ooh its ok that was illegal so you can blame it on him. I AM A 16 YEAR OLD FEMALE. ok? I am not some pedo old guy trying to defend lowered laws, no, I am and was actually one of these 'innocent defenseless kids' you people speak of. and hear me please *clears throat* I was a fucking sex fiend as far as sex drive goes. YES- I wanted it, badly. and to this day I wish someone would've gave it to me. at 12 years old I would have with full knowleddge of my choice, and out of MY free will (had it been legal) had and probably enjoyed intercourse with a man in his early 20's. This is assuming I knew someone of that age willing and trustworthy which like I said the laws drive them FAR FAR FAR away. I still feel this way strongly, I am more "channelled" now, as I'd said earlier. But none the less, its a preference and I was DEFFINATELY more than capable of consent at 12 years old, but that is me. the author is not condoning pedophilia or rape..... she is suggesting that people like me exist and if you knew me Id be proof. Kids can consent, it doesn't mean they will, but puberty marks beginning of sexuality and not ALL of history's child wives were 'forced' into marriage just to make that point as well.

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  6. "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."

    The way she talks is so pretentious. I knew a girl who went away to a prestigious East coast school and came back with similar mannerisms - the head tilts and the same exaggerated way of speaking. It also bothers me how she can't pronounce "Schroedinger."

    The main problem I have with women in the so called "MRM" is the advice they give is totally contradictory. On the one hand, Judgy Bitch's like: "All women think they're going to be raped and they don't trust the poor men who only have good intentions and that's misandry." Then she turns around and lambasts rape victims as being a "dumb fucking whores" who should have known better than to get drunk and date raped. So, we're supposed to trust strange men, but not trust them? It's a no-win scenario. If you end up getting assaulted, JB will just go: "Oh, well you should have known not to trust that guy, obviously he was an asshole. No sympathy here!" But, if you decide to assume that any stranger you meet could potentially have bad intentions, JB will say that you've bought into the feminist lies that say all men are rapists.

    JB was upset because the rapists in the Steubenville case got too harsh of a sentence. Then she turns around and (understandably) flips out when her own daughter is threatened. If she were truly to put her money where her mouth is, she wouldn't have called the police and the school principal. She would have questioned her daughter to see if she "provoked" the boys into threatening her. But, when push comes to shove, JB would never follow her own advice. The way she sees her daughter as worthy of protection but not other young women shows a profound lack of empathy.

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  7. Narcissists will protect "their own" because they perceive their family members to be extensions of themselves. They never seem to make the leap to true empathy.

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    1. This! I've been reading a lot of work by extreme right-wing women, everyone from Phyllis Schlafly to yes, Judgy Bitch. As a liberal I consider it research. There are several themes running through out their writings. Narcissism being a big one. Rarely do these women look beyond their own realms and their own privilege. They have absolutely no empathy or compassion for others. And despite their acute hatred of other women they think very highly of themselves. They are high school "mean girls" who never grew up. They are sociopaths.

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  8. The best line in this piece?
    "... 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..."
    The lack of self-awareness is hilarious

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  9. I wonder why many (didn't say all) feminists scream "misogyny" when a woman thinks differently from them and dares to express that. I might not agree with all of her opinions (I know that there are very attractive fat women) but she is entitled to express them. Also, being a female does not make one vulnerable. Treating gender as some disability is misogyny, again some feminists are guilty of.
    About "upper middle class white privilege" I would also say upper middle class white feminists did not help much in that case. They see non-white women as commodities and objects which need to be saved by the words their holy lips and "liberate" them without taking any time to think about the fact that they have their own minds and priorities. She is pointing out the fact that actions have consequences. If a girl wants to dig money from a man's pocket, then it's completely normal that the said man would expect some "perks" in return. That's how sugar daddy relationships work.
    Can women have it all? Sure, as long as they are aware of the consequences.

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    1. I think there is a helluva lot of internalized misogyny amongst feminists myself.

      Your assertion that "being a female does not make one vulnerable" shows me you are a moron, so our conversation is now over.

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    2. How righteous of you to have a conversation with a "moron" such as myself, right?
      OK, women have some vulnerabilities but so do men. Being a female is not a disability in and of itself, each sex has some advantages in some areas and vulnerabilities in others. My fellow Arab women fought wars in various battalions, we were as vulnerable as men. Surprise, isn't it? This doesn't come from misogynist man.

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    3. I'm not sure what the argument is here. JudgyBitch (or anyone) can have her opinions and I can have mine. If you have a specific comment or criticism of something I HAVE SAID (not "feminists in general" or whatever you think "feminists believe"), I would be happy to honestly respond Or direct me to your blog and I will read and consider what you have to say.

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  10. My French sadly sucks despite study, but I love your language and culture, and look forward to visiting your blog in future;

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