Rush Limbaugh Attempts to Define “Real Women”
From the May 26 edition of Premiere Radio Networks’ The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): I have theory folks. I think one of the reasons that real women, and let me define real women. I’m talking about the non-feminist, the non-victim feeling, just a woman happy with herself, happy being with a woman, wants to be in a relationship. Just what we’ve always thought of women. Not activist, not angry. Look, you know what I mean. I mean, not left-wing activists, feminazi-type women. You know the type of women I’m talking about, don’t ya? The girl next door, the businesswoman, the woman that’s confident, the woman that likes herself. Those are the kind of women we’re talking about here. OK, wholesome American woman, beautiful in the eyes of someone. Yes, absolutely. I’m not talking about women that are angry, that feel like they’re victims of something, that think men are the biggest things and obstacles they face on earth and so forth. I mean, there’s all kinds of people. And women tend to get typecast as monolithic, and the liberals are the ones that do it. The media, they typecast all women. They either become soccer moms, or they’re angry, not being paid equally or whatever.