UK: Companies Told to Ban Men Talking About Sports Because It Makes Women Feel Excluded

Daily Stormer
January 29, 2020

How is it that we’re still doing this “women are allowed to speak in public” thing?


The head of one of Britain’s leading management bodies has urged businesses to crack down on men talking about sports such as soccer and cricket because it leads to the promotion of lad culture women feeling “left out.”

In an interview with the BBC Radio 4’s Today program, Chartered Management Institute (CMI) head Ann Francke warned that the discussion of sports often excludes women and makes them uncomfortable.

“A lot of women, in particular, feel left out,” she complained. “They don’t follow those sports and they don’t like either being forced to talk about them or not being included.

“I have nothing against sports enthusiasts or cricket fans – that’s great,” she continued. “But the issue is many people aren’t cricket fans.”

Francke also warned that excessive discussion of sports can promote laddish behavior and encourage men to discuss their sexual conquests.

“It’s a gateway to more laddish behavior and – if it just goes unchecked – it’s a signal of a more laddish culture,” she explained. “It’s very easy for it to escalate from VAR talk and chat to slapping each other on the back and talking about their conquests at the weekend.”

This is what most women in the workforce usually do while pretending to work – just think about inane trash like “feeling included” or whether some guy looked at their cleavage for too long (or not long enough).

The only reason there was a push to include women in the workforce was to lower wages, and it worked well enough that most companies, especially large corporations, can tolerate this kind of worthless parasitism.

If women really were paid based purely on productivity, most of them wouldn’t even make half of what men do.

The CMI is the UK’s leading management institute. As well as providing support to its 80,000 members and helping them professional development, the organization regularly conducts research into how management practices can be improved. However, whether employers across the UK choose to take up their latest recommendation remains to be seen.

80,000 members, and this was the best “leader” you could come up with?


But really, society as a whole is even more pathetic just for tolerating women doing anything other than the only things they were ever supposed to do, which are baby-making and sandwich-making.

Eons of evolution have honed them for only these two purposes, and they just stopped all of a sudden because professor Shlomo told them they’d be better off being some faceless, interchangeable slaves for a corporation.

And they can’t even do that right…