So despite all of the obscenities, all of the outrageous human rights violations and all of the pious refusals to be decent human beings which have become the bread and butter of modern feminism, Jim extends the hand of friendship to his most bitter enemies and with an open heart offers them the chance to redeem themselves, to rediscover the inner truly good “little woman” in all of them and embrace their ancient calling to serve him and his friends “hot dinners on the table when we want our hot dinners on the table”.
Man about town Jim Cousens explains how the modern emphasis on never saying anything which may be misconstrued as being disrepectful to women, now makes him reluctant to speak his mind in the debate about whether Australia should remain a constitutional monarchy where Queen Elisabeth the second is the head of state or become a republic.
Jim Cousens is a documentary film maker and one of the world’s foremost masculinist social justice worriers. He eschews the use of the intialisation SJW because he does not want his public to confuse him with Pope Francis. To explain this, Jim raises his finger in the air and expostulates: “It’s All About Protecting The Brand.”