Her Story: A History Of Being Supported By Men



Today is International Women's Day.

I know, who cares?


What does this mean?


Well, essential it means you that you will be seeing a lot of impotent, infertile women over the age of 35+ rage-posting on their social media how 'Strong', 'Powerful', 'Brave', 'Fierce' and what great leaders they are.


These women on their Instagram [invented by Kevin ((Systrom))] and Facebook[invented by Mark Zucker((berg))] *cough Jews* posting about 'Her Gatherings' is the equivalent of seeing a woman wearing a traffic vest, holding a Stop-Slow sign in a work zone and calling herself a "Construction worker", thinking she is on par or 'equal' to the men around her.


The "female construction worker" in the above thumbnail is a testament to this delusion that women have about themselves.


Again, watch what women do, not as they say.


Throwing on a safety vest, some sunglasses and work boots, while holding a Stop-Slow sign, does not make you equal, and should not grant you equal pay because you have vagina.


You can't claim to be an oppressed group, while simultaneously typing in ALL CAPS on Facebook how Strong, Powerful, Independent and Brave women are.


When women have been accustomed to privilege, equality seems like oppression to them.


Whenever you see statistics about how many women have "joined the construction industry", understand that 99% of them are a diversity hire and are only capable of holding the all-important, traffic sign. Glorified traffic cops.


If you can't do equal work, you can't expect equal pay.


Without men's support, women would not even be able to play pretend.

Women are children.


In a moment we are going to go over a hilarious history of women not pioneering their own progress in the fields that women should be exceling in: Cooking, cleaning, cock-sucking, shopping, etc.


You'd think, at the very least, women could have invented something to help out their gender throughout history, but you'd be a fool to even consider it.


What have women done, ever?

Saying you are "amazing!!!" without any evidence of such is just sad and pathetic.


What is so "amazing!!!" about being an overweight communist like every other woman out there? This word[amazing] has been overused and misused so much that it has lost all meaning and significance, just like a woman's life today; it is filled with nothing but Leftist politics, fur-babies, wine, vibrators, worthless degrees, MLM schemes and positivity grifts.


If women are so amazing, strong and independent, then why do they need so much support? Why are they always 'victims' of circumstance?


Let's now look at the history of women holding the analogous Stop-Slow sign on the construction site (male dominated) known as planet earth.


HerStory: A Brief History of Men Making Women Better Women


"Who invented the sandwich?"


The sandwich is named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, an eighteenth-century English aristocrat. It is said that he ordered his valet to bring him meat tucked between two pieces of bread.


Women couldn't even invent something as simple as a sandwich. An item of food that they serve men all the time while they work their barista job at your local Starbucks, because they got a worthless degree, took out too many student loans, backed by male tax payer dollars.


Of course a man invented the sandwich; we like putting meat between the bun.


"Who invented the tampon?"


In 1931, Earl Haas invented the menstrual tampon most commonly used in the twenty-first century.


You'd think of all things, women would've been the ones to experiment with shoving things up their vagina in order to stop the bleeding. But as we all know from TheGreatOne, Himself's podcast, 46% of women don't even know where their vagina is at.



https://yougov.co.uk/topics/health/articles-reports/2019/03/08/half-brits-dont-know-where-vagina-and-its-not-just


Yes, women are so amazing almost half of them can't even locate their own vagina on a diagram. It's no wonder why a man had to invent the tampon; women found their clit and couldn't be bothered after that.


"Who invented The Birth Control Pill?"


In 1909, Richard Richter developed the first intrauterine device made from silkworm gut, which was further developed and marketed in Germany by Ernst Gräfenberg in the late 1920s.


In 1951, a chemist, named Carl Djerassi from Mexico City made the hormones in progesterone pills using Mexican yams. Djerassi had chemically created the pill but was not equipped to distribute it to patients. Meanwhile, Gregory Pincus and John Rock with help from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America developed the first birth control pills in the 1950s, such as mestranol/noretynodrel, which became publicly available in the 1960s through the Food and Drug Administration under the name Enovid.


A bunch of men did. It makes sense why men invented the Pill, as we all know now, women can't even locate their vagina.


Thanks to men, women can experience what it is like for them[men] to stick their cocks into their pussies, raw, and feel the warm spray of cum coat the walls of their vagina with 98% effectiveness against pregnancy.


A magical feeling, for sure.


Women don't even know how their own body works because self-awareness escapes them at all times. Women today even forget to take their BC at night before bed. How can the 'future be female' when women can't even remember to put something in their mouth, instead of Chad's cock, before bed at night?


"Who pioneered/invented the shopping mall?"


Victor David Gruen, born Viktor David Grünbaum (July 18, 1903 – February 14, 1980), was an Austrian-born architect best known as a pioneer in the design of shopping malls in the United States.


Men understand women better than women understand themselves.


The modern shopping mall is a perfect design in efficiency; a model for maximizing profits, based in female psychology. Everything from the floorplan, the size of shops and the lighting play a massive role in extracting the most money from a woman using her husband's credit card.


"Who invented Yoga pants?"


Yoga pants made of nylon and Lycra appeared on the market in 1998, sold by Lululemon in its first store in Vancouver as suitable attire for the yoga studio.


Lululemon's founder, Chip Wilson, is said to have attended a yoga class in 1997 where the instructor was wearing "slinky dance attire" that fitted like a second skin, reportedly inspiring him to found his yoga fashion business.


Yoga pants, a woman's second skin, was invented by a man.


You'd think a woman would've came up with such a design to make it possible for her to appear near naked to strangers on the street for maximum attention.


Sadly, women in 1998 were too busy probably trying to find their vagina on a diagram, let alone develop and bring to market what would soon be a multi-billion dollar business, not to mention, the most popular piece of clothing ever worn by women in moderinity.


"Who invented the vibrator?"


The invention of electricity made the task easier. Joseph Mortimer Granville patented an electromechanical vibrator in the early 1880s to relieve muscle aches, and doctors soon realized it might be used on other parts of the body. That innovation shortened treatment time for hysteria, fattening doctors' wallets.


Even though 71% of women know where their clitoris is at, they still couldn't think of a way to take things to the next level and progress their own self-indulgent nature.


A woman's pleasure, circa 1880.

Ladies, if you have ever used a vibrator to make your pussy cum to a pulsating, quivering orgasm, and juice it to the max, just thank a man.


"Who invented the vacuum cleaner?"


The first vacuum cleaner, the “Whirlwind,” was invented in Chicago in 1868 by Ives W. McGaffey. The Whirlwind was difficult to use because the operator had to manually turn a crank while pushing it across the floor.


If you've ever been to a woman's apartment or attended college, you'd know that women are nasty, messy people. Of course a man invented the vacuum cleaner. If it weren't for men, women would degrade themselves further by just eating the crumbs off the floor. The vacuum cleaner forces women to actually cook a meal instead of living off the morsels left behind from being a fat, lazy slob.


"Who invented the blender?"


Stephen Poplawski did invent the blender, which he mostly used to make soda-fountain drinks. In the 1930s, Frederick Osius improved on the idea and went to Fred Waring for financial backing needed to refine the machine.


Without the blender, women today wouldn't be able to make their precious Gin smashes, margaritas, or mojitos during 'Girls Night', in where they talk shit about/vilify their ex-boyfriends to thus perpetuate the myth of the uncompassionate/toxic male.


"Who invented the Cosmopolitan (cocktail)?"


Bartender Neal Murray says he created the cosmopolitan in 1975 at the Cork & Cleaver steak house in Minneapolis. According to Murray, he added a splash of cranberry juice to a Kamikaze and the first taster declared, "How cosmopolitan." This event supposedly led to the naming of the new beverage.


The most iconic drink of the Millennial generation of women, the one made famous by a femcentric show titled 'Sex & The City', which was all about the lives of four women smashing the 'patriarchy' by having men run trains through them in an overpriced metropolis, was invented BY A MAN.


It says a lot, really.

It's a cocktail.


"Who invented the dishwasher?"


The first dishwasher to be granted a patent was invented in 1850 by Joel Houghton. It was a wooden box that used a hand-turned wheel to splash water on dirty dishes, and it had scrubbers.


Sadly, women today just Skip The Dishes; an app also developed by men.


Once upon a time, women use to rub their wet dishes dry. Today, women would rather rub something else and congratulate themselves of being "amazing" with regards to them being able to find their clitoris; making it cum wet for the tenth time that afternoon.


"Who invented the credit card?"


The idea of credit has been around for a long time. But a Brooklyn banker named John Biggins invented the model of our modern-day credit cards in 1946. It wasn't until the 1980s that we could earn travel rewards for spending on their credit cards.


Again, you'd think a woman would've invented a faster way to spend other people's money, but no. Women love to tRaVeL, yet couldn't figure out how to reward themselves by coming up with a point system for that as well.


It's a good thing women know how to make themselves cum and feel good by rubbing their clitoris, because right now, if you're a woman, you should be feeling pretty down about all of these hard L's.


"Who invented essential oils?"


The earliest recorded mention of the techniques and methods used to produce essential oils is believed to be that of Ibn al-Baitar (1188–1248), an Al-Andalusian (Muslim Spain) physician, pharmacist and chemist.


The biggest grift today for women is the 'positivity', yoga-essential oils MLM ponzi-scheme.


Women turn everything into a scam: Dating, marriage, sex. Yet, a man invented the oils they now try to pawn off onto their friends and family, because they are in debt and used up all of their GoFundMe favor banks.



"Who invented yoga?"


Patanjali is often considered the father of yoga and his Yoga-Sûtras still strongly influence most styles of modern yoga. A few centuries after Patanjali, yoga masters created a system of practices designed to rejuvenate the body and prolong life.


Yoga is also based in the Buddhist teachings. According to those teachings, women can never, ever achieve full self-actualization.


Why women teach yoga today is beyond anyone because it is by definition, not for them.


Any woman who teaches yoga is a fraud, according to Buddhism.


I always laugh when a woman claims to be of the Buddhist mindset. She essentially is a hypocrite when pairing that with the mantra of "The future is Female" and any other fempowerment phrase.


"Who invented Onlyfans?"


The site was founded in 2016 by British tech entrepreneur and investor Timothy Stokely and now has more than 30 million registered users and more than 450,000 content creators. Since OnlyFans launched in 2016, the site has paid out more than $600 million to creators.


Of all the things women could have pioneered or invented, it would be a more safe and efficient way to get paid by prostituting themselves.


Women today still need a pimp. So strong, powerful and amazing.


Ladies, have you made money doing OnlyFans?


You can thank a man[Tim Stokely] for that. Tim created a way for women to spread their legs for money without fear and from the comforts of their own bedroom.


Men are the real compassionate supporters of women and their progress.


It's called History for a reason, ladies.


It has always been his story. Women are just along for the ride (pun intended as always).