US senate hopeful rants about women with 'snake-filled heads'

US senate hopeful rants about women with 'snake-filled heads'
Photo credit: Facebook/ Courtland Sykes

A hopeful Republican senator has unleashed his views about women, expressing fears about "career obsessed banshees", and "nail-biting manphobic hell-bent feminist she devils".

Courtland Sykes, who wants to replace democratic senator Claire MsCaskillin in Missouri, expects his fiance to cook him dinner every night and expects his daughters to do the same for their future husbands.

Mr Sykes has made his views on women's rights clear in a recent Facebook post.

He said while his fiance Chanel Rion has encouraged him to support women's rights, that comes with certain conditions.

"Chanel knows that my obedience comes with a small price that she loves to pay anyway: I want to come home to a home-cooked dinner at six every night, one that she fixes and one that I expect one day to have daughters learn to fix after they become traditional homemakers and family wives, think Norman Rockwell here and Gloria Steinem be damned," he said.

Mr Sykes then elaborates on his fears about modern women and the feminist movement.

"I don't buy into radical feminism's crazed definition of modern womanhood and I never did," Mr Sykes said.

"They don't own that definition and never did. They made it up to suit their own nasty, snake-filled heads."

Mr Sykes said he wants his daughters "to build home based enterprises and live in homes shared with good husbands".

"I don't want them grow up [sic] into career obsessed banshees who forego home life and children and the happiness of family to become nail-biting manphobic hell-bent feminist she devils who shriek from the tops of a thousand tall buildings they are they could have [sic] leaped over in a single bound - had men not 'supressing them' [sic]."

He said that he supports women's rights but not the kind that "mean-spirited radical feminists" want.

Mr Sykes' post is reportedly part of an 11-page statement he sent to the St. Louis Dispatch in 2017, in lieu of an interview.


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