Prime Minister Justine Trudeau: “Well, there are impacts when you bring construction workers into a rural area — there are social impacts because they are mostly male construction workers”

 

A Mangina is a self-depreciating man who subconsciously hates himself and blindly believes women are superior to him. He has been raised to think masculinity is inherently wrong – perhaps even a genetic/evolutionary/social flaw - and must be corrected by embracing his “feminine side” to the point of losing the very qualities that make him male. He believes women are beautiful, innocent angels and men are filthy animals who need to be controlled.

Manginas see women as the ultimate being and place them on a pedestal, focusing only on sex or the satisfaction of women all the while not giving a damn about his fellow man.

 

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What do you call it when you judge an entire group of people the same way? Stereotyping? Prejudice? Bigotry?

However you label it, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau managed to malign one whole group in Canada – male construction workers – while speaking at the G20 summit in Argentina.

While Trudeau participated in a gender equality panel he said: “You might say, “What does a gender lens have to do with building this new highway or this new pipeline?” Well, there are impacts when you bring construction workers into a rural area — there are social impacts because they are mostly male construction workers. How are you adjusting or adapting to those [impacts]?

Huh? What does this mean? He certainly seems to be suggesting the impacts of having a group of men working in a rural area are negative ones.

Trudeau was roasted on social media over the remark.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-trudeau-unacceptably-smears-construction-workers