A Missouri man who ran for the US Senate . UU is being criticized for controversial comments on women's rights.
Courtland Sykes, a Republican who hopes to replace Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill in the US Senate. The US called feminists "heads full of snakes" in a Facebook post aimed at clarifying their position on women's rights.
"In light of the recent questions about my views on Women's Rights, I attach my complete statement of September 2017," said Sykes on his Facebook page.
In the statement, Sykes said he supports women's rights because his fiancée Chanel Rion has given him "orders" to favor them. But, that support is not free, notes Sykes.
"Chanel knows that my obedience comes with a small price that she loves to pay anyway: I want to go home to a homemade dinner at six every night, one that arranges and one that I hope one day will have daughters they learn to get ready after becoming housewives and traditional family wives: think of Norman Rockwell here and Gloria Steinem being condemned, "he said in the statement.
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More: News and Views: Why #MeToo has not taken off in the music industry  In the statement, Sykes goes on to say that supports the rights of women, but not the "petty radical feminists".
"I do not like the crazy definition of radical feminism of modern femininity and I never did, they do not have that definition, and they never did it, they did it to fit their own disgusting heads full of snakes," he said. "Modern women can be what they want, including traditional women, as millions and millions are rapidly converting." Millennial women voters despised Hillary (Clinton) and cost her the election (and they were not Russians). they despise her. "One reason is that they look at the personal remains of their lives and do not want to be like her."
Sykes hopes that if he has daughters, they will also give up the traps of "radical feminism" in favor of a life at home.
"I do not want [to] to grow up in career-obsessed banshees who renounce home life and children and the family's happiness to become devilishly inflexible diabetic feminists manophobic," he said.  Read or share this story: https://usat.ly/2FlBS3N