Social Science Gets Shattered Women Prefer Male Bosses


My grandfather, a modern-day gadfly, used to slip a copy of Most Evil Women in History in gifts and packages for my aunt. She instinctively recoiled in horror at the idea that any woman anywhere could be less than saintly.

You might be mistaking corporate propaganda for news if you read the Huffington Post and MSNBC, and you may fall for the illusion that all women want a gynarchy where the entire society is managed by women. This would allow women to unite in a global sisterhood.

Social science is a reality that shatters the façade of the ideologues.

Via Psychology Today:

Gallup’s 2013 poll revealed that more than three-quarters of American workers, both men, and women, prefer to work for a male boss. This is in contrast to the 23 percent who prefer a female boss.

The American Management Association’s 2011 survey found that 95% of 1000 women working in the field believed they had been undermined by another woman. A 2008 University of Toronto study of almost 1,800 U.S. workers found that employees who worked under female supervisors reported greater distress and physical stress than those who were under male supervisors.

A phenomenon known as “queen bee syndrome” is one of the theories behind women’s rejection of female bosses.

RTE explains:

Queen bee syndrome is a term that describes women who treat female subordinates more favorably than men purely because they are male. It is a term that describes females who are successful in their professional and personal lives but refuse to share their knowledge and ideas with others to help them achieve their goals. Many people consider Indira Gandhi (the former prime minister of India) and Margaret Thatcher (the former prime minister of the UK) as queen bees.

It turns out that women are just as likely to be territorial, egotistical, and ambitious as men. However, they do so in a different way.

The left accuses non-feminist women, as it does every time they reject the official narrative. This mythical condition is where women’s preferences in male leadership are not based on logic or personal experience but instead on social conditioning that biases them towards their own interests.

Women who do not accept the feminist narrative are cast as incapable of original thought and are instead relegated to being empty vessels that cannot think for themselves. This is one of many cruel ironies of feminist dogma which rob women of their agency.

Blacks who abandon the leftist plantation are also called “Uncle Toms’s” and so forth. These “marginalized” people who aren’t in line with the program pose the greatest threat to the narrative. Ironically, these individuals must be excluded by the left, and their ideas should be dismissed as the result of conditioning self-hatred in order to preserve the mythology.

If women were allowed to support one another, despite the evil influence of the patriarchy, if they were more supportive, if there was more unity, and if their presence in leadership roles was more universal, then utopian gynarchy might emerge. Then world peace could prevail.