Fox News’ Tucker Carlson took on a guest Friday who complained about “toxic masculinity” and pushed the idea that women are better than men and can literally do no wrong.
Magazine publisher Cathy Areu said, “Women are better, unfortunately. We are not the murderers of our society. We are not committing the crimes. We commit less than 20 percent of the crimes. So actually, men are not as good as women. We are actually better. We’re safer…”
Areu said, “Right.”
Carlson asked, “…and he says, bam, I’m a woman now, does it cure him?”
“Well I would hope so. He would be the better gender, so I hope so,” Areu answered.
Carlson later asked, “So if there’s toxic masculinity, that suggests the polar, right, toxic femininity. What would that look like? How prevalent is that?”
“Well, sugar, spice and everything nice,” Areu said, continuing, “that’s what it’s like to be a girl. But boys will be boys, and that’s what we’re raising. We’re raising boys to think they should be more powerful and stronger…maybe we’re just not raising them right. Why are women supposed to be nonviolent?”
Tucker asked, “Is there such a thing as toxic femininity?”
Areu answered, “No, we do no wrong. Women do no wrong.”