One might have expected that Donald Trump‘s sexist and vulgar statements would sway female voters away from him. But roughly 53% of white women voted for Trump, which is far more than the average among all voters (47.1% of whom voted for him). The percentage rises to 62% among working class women.
The excitement of the main stream media over the video tapes on which Trump is heard bragging about how his status as a TV star gives him easy access to women who accept being groped by him was apparently not widely shared. Some seem to think that most men think the same way anyway but do not say it (“That’s because he’s not working off a TelePrompter or a script”), while others find that some groping is ok (“Groping is a healthy thing to do. When you’re heterosexual, you grope, okay?”).
In any case, it appears that Hillary Clinton’s demoded brand of abortion-cum LGBT feminism has no strong appeal to normal women.
Another myth has been debunked: the myth that a radical feminist agenda is widely popular, or that it wins elections.