Politics and Pussy

Evolutionary psychologists often say that male behaviour is heavily influenced by the desire to score with women, and it seems the world of far-left politics is no exception.

In a recent Guardian column “Why Leftists and Revolutionaries Are Not the Best Feminists” progressive commentator Nick Cohen opines on the sexual transgressions of leading male far-leftists.

In one paragraph, he quotes Anna Chen, who spent a number of years working for the Socialist Alliance and Socialist Worker’s Party :

“I was struck by how sexless and ugly the leading men in the SWP were. But they always had women. If you slept with one of them, they promoted you. It was as basic as that.”

A particularly randy leftist was Gerry Healey, of the Worker’s Revolutionary Party. The party fell apart in 1986 when 26 women came forward claiming of “gross sexual misconduct,” at the hands of Healey during the 70s and 80s.

Far-left causes tend to attract more women than men, so it makes perfect sense they sexually sub-par males would be interested in using memberships of such groups to access relatively attractive women that would otherwise be unobtainable. This is also likely to be one of the reasons why male intellectuals don’t tend to be very interested in far-right politics. The nationalist right doesn’t tend to attract many women, so the opportunities to score with relatively attractive females are limited.

Cohen concludes his article by stating that the feminist movement is now getting wise to womanising comrades, and that most of hard-core socialist parties like the SWP are dying out. In this new, more female dominated climate it’s going to be interesting to see where these exiled male leftists will end up directing their political energies.

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