“You’re a terrible person.”
Depending on your relationship and the context, you can say it scornfully, in a concerned voice, facetiously, or to really fuck with her, say it non-judgmentally. For subtle trolling, lead in with “I’m starting to think that you’re a terrible person.” A commenter at Vox Popoli writes:
Women are PC because of (1) peer pressure and (2) virtue signaling. You fight peer pressure by unplugging from the media.
Virtue signaling is something else. It’s the female version of men acting tough — showing you’re valuable to the tribe. Everyone knows this instinctively: You’ll never embarrass a woman by showing she’s weak, no matter how much feminist brainwashing she’s received. But point out she’s evil and you’ll cut deep.
Don’t treat them like they’re good but misguided people. That just reinforces their behavior. Don’t let them think they’re getting some kind of status or good reputation from PC platitudes. Treat them like the traitors they are. Tell them outright that what’s happening is their fault. Because it is.
Insightful. Like he says, don’t backpedal by saying that she’s good but misguided. No, she’s either a terrible person or she’s a good person. She can’t be both at the same time.
Women will seek to validate the goodness of their liberal attitudes. The day before the election, a liberal acquaintance huffed “So-and-so said that voting for a Democrat is a sin!” “It’s true,” I agreed with no need to amplify and walked on to get my coffee. She didn’t know what to make of my tone so she giggled, then chattered ingratiatingly with me when I came back.
Traitoresses get their heads shaved. They are cut from our lives and frozen-out in the street. If you have one you’re not ready to write off, telling her that she’s a terrible person might be the cure for her toxic vanity.
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