Women dating less intelligent men
A Polish member of the European Parliament sounded a clarion for misogyny this week by claiming women should earn less than men because they are weaker, smaller and “less intelligent.” Janusz Korwin-Mikke, who made the shocking remarks Wednesday to his fellow parliamentarians, landed in scalding water and is being probed for possibly breaking the body’s rules banning defamatory, racist or xenophobic language.Parliament President Antonio Tajani was urged to sanction the 74-year-old right-winger for his “shameful” comments, the BBC reported.They then rated each prospective partner on 10-point scales for intelligence and attractiveness, before stating if they would meet the person again.The study found that women, of course, valued a man’s attractiveness.
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A Polish politician is facing substantial backlash for comments he made in the European Parliament this week -- unequivocal remarks that said women are inferior to men.
Korwin-Mikke, who opposed the measure, raised his hand in salute and said: “Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Ticket” — a play on the Nazi-era slogan “Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuehrer” (One People, one Empire, one Leader).
He also has used the n-word during a speech in reference to a policy of President John Kennedy.
"Well, according to what you're saying, and according to your theory, I wouldn't have the right to be here as a member of parliament," MP Iratxe Garcia-Perez, of Spain, said.