About us Bitches

Judgy Bitch has an undergraduate degree in Film Theory (useful!), a Master’s degree in Business Administration and she has recently been admitted to a PhD program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, but she is not sure she wants to go just yet. She is a full time mother to her three children, PinkyPinkyPie, LittleDude and MissBossyPants and a full time wife to Mr. JudgyBitch. Her children have never seen the inside of a daycare center and her husband has never made his own sandwich, and that makes her very happy. She lives in a small town, has one car, doesn’t own a big screen TV and has never been to an all inclusive resort on vacation. She doesn’t buy scented candles, throw cushions or frozen pizza.

Oh, she also doesn’t give a fuck what you think about her.

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Princess Pixie Pointless makes the wrenches, tags the posts, and inspires JB with subjects that may pique the public’s interest.

Princess Pixie Pointless loves art and burgers.  She has opinions but generally keeps them to herself.corpseme2

63 Responses to “About us Bitches”

  1. magdamarcella June 19, 2013 at 21:48 #

    LOVE this blog!! :)

  2. Concerned June 20, 2013 at 21:14 #

    Hello JB form England!
    As a man I find your site to be enlightening…to the Feminists, it’s obvious I should say this! However in my defence I have a great respect for womankind in general considering my background, life experiences, the fact that I’m married to a woman of ‘The Soviet Era’ and that we have a Daughter!
    My wife and I have many arguments about ‘whatever’ yet we love each other terribly. Most of the issues we ‘discuss’ revolve around our 12 year old Daughter, her education and general upbringing. Her perception and opinions differ from mine yet after some minutes or hours she comes around to ‘my way of thinking’. The reason is not because it is a competition, rather, an understanding that I am right. Now the ‘Fems’ will decry this statement as me being a typical male, being forceful and ‘intimidating’ and she has no choice but to acquiesce in order to placate me to ‘keep the peace’. This is NOT the case at all. Soviet females were the ‘first’ feminist’s, equality of sexes was forced on the Russian people in no uncertain terms from 1917 until the late 80’s (the problems that it caused are still being felt today).
    My wife is not a ‘giver upper’! However, logic, common sense, truth (and nature, there, I’ve said it!) and the realisation that the common good…our Daughters education, well-being and future…is most important instead of selfishness and a false sense of a State engendered ‘equality’ makes sense to her…eventually!

    It comes to one fact that can’t be denied. A Father, a Man, has undeniable and constant roles in Society and in the Family…of providing, protection and love. I suppose this is where Christian values come to the fore here even though I open myself up to considerable criticism for mentioning the ‘C’ word!

    A real Father/Man/Husband will do whatever it takes to provide. He will work, strive, denigrate himself, wage war, seek a diplomatic solution, be corrupt, thieve, and/or die for his loved ones. A real woman will support him.

    But here is the real crux of the issue. A ‘real’ Father can only function if his wife will allow him to do so. A real ‘partnership’ requires the parities to be synchronised in perfect harmony in order to reach the common goal…through unconditional love for betterment of the family or communal unit. Without this foundation then we see a total absence of…Society.

    I suppose that women want the same and this is where I wonder what ‘Feminism’ is all about. Whether we like it or not we are not all equal, we are not the same in the same way, that not all men are the same, not all women are the same. Afterall, no fingerprints are exactly the same, no face is the same, no body is the same…we are all individuals yet gender does provide us a certain grouping through a natural law (which we can’t fight).

    For our part we will bring our Daughter up to be educated, cultured, financially savvy, worldly wise and certainly to be no ones fool. And my wife agrees!!

    Your site has shown me that real women (other than my wife!) exist. Keep up the good work! And to the ‘Fems’ that hate your site let me say that there is no war; let us all do what we do best! The common enemy is selfishness and a false sense of under achievement.

  3. Meagan July 7, 2013 at 12:50 #

    My husband recently found your site and we have both been enjoying it. I don’t agree with every single one of your opinions, but enough of them to allow me to feel like you are preaching to the choir.

    My “working mom” cousin posted this article on Facebook today:

    http://blog.citigroup.com/2013/03/wendy-lofgren-aviles-5-messages-to-my-younger-self-about-being-a-working-mom.shtml

    I found so many of her advice tips disquieting. Honestly, one of my first thoughts was, “I would love to see JB tear this apart!”

    • judgybitch July 7, 2013 at 14:26 #

      Ugh.

      It all sounds so joyless and selfish. Reminds me of the advice to put your cellphone in the baby’s car seat during the summer so you don’t forget to drop her off at the Day Orphanage and instead leave her to cook to death in a hot car.

      Your cellphone in the baby seat. You know, something important that you can’t live without and would never forget about.

      The baby you might forget. Your iPhone? Never.

      That is so fucked up.

      Like most of this “advice”.

      • bree October 14, 2013 at 14:25 #

        I remember discussing that news article (baby in car) with my mother. She was utterly incensed by the suggestion that a responsible parent could ‘forget’ their child, but not their phone. She is herself a working mother. I love her dearly, and she’s always looked after me. She’s also a criminal defence barrister.

        Your suggestion that working mothers would negligently allow their children to ‘cook to death in a hot car’ is completely unfounded. You don’t need to be an unemployed housewife in order to care for your children. Doing both is fucking hard, but it can be done, as my mother proved. Indeed, the baby in car case does not necessarily support your case against working mothers, as it was in fact the baby’s grandmother who ‘forgot’ the child:

        http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2358797/Baby-dies-heat-stroke-left-car-deaf-grandmother.html

        • Jim March 26, 2014 at 15:38 #

          You don’t get out much do you?

  4. Ron Reddick July 15, 2013 at 09:27 #

    Wow -
    As a 54 yo male I found this blog just great, I laughed, was made to think, and also found many of the statements/thoughts very much in line with my own.

    What brought me to your blog was a web search on why it became acceptable in America to be fat. Landed on your article on fat, kids, and other thoughts. Could not agree more. Even though my wife and i have no kids, and we have varied on who has been at homes at different points in our careers, (we both work in telecommunications and have done many expat assignments together) I find for the most part I do the cooking. I love to cook, and agree it is a bit of work, but the ability to control the ingredients, eat clean, hormone and pesticide free organic, is worth the trouble.

    Both of us work out, we both recently started doing CrossFit, drank the koolaid and love it. Have not been this fit since I left the Army when I was 28. Now if a 54 yo executive in the mobile industry can find the time to work out 6 days a week, still cook dinner, go kite surfing, play volleyball, and still watch my favorite TV show, then anyone can.

    Many times when Cath and I are sitting in a cafe in the states, drinking a coffee and enjoying each others company, we watch all the bust people zipping around, they all look so stressed, i still do not understand it. Everyone always seems late for something, off to do this or that. How can a life be filled with that much shit to do? Now there is a topic for you to explore. We do not get it, even with cleaning the house, keeping up with a 1 acre yard full of flowers, a garden, 2 dogs, 2 cats, work, etc. We have loads of free time to enjoy our lives and never feel we do not have enough time to get all we need to done. We have the time to linger over a coffee, or sit in the garden and read a book.

    So why is America so stressed, so busy, where is everyone rushing off to all the time? We never did kids, selfish I guess, we wanted to enjoy each other, and travel, and me being me, I saw to many of my friends wives get FAT after the kids, and the marriage become a storm. Now, many of my friends got fat as well, but for me, that was not a risk I wanted to take, I do not want a fat wife, and I am sure she does not want a fat husband either. We still are crazy in love after 18 years, and besides our crossfit friends, we are the only couple in our age group that is not fat. It is scary, they all take meds by the handful each day, for diabetes, high blood pressure, heart conditions, high cholesterol, etc, etc. While my BP is 104/62, resting heart rate in the mid 50′s.

    So keep up the great writing, keep making people think, and keep cooking. From the guy who was 45lbs overweight and is now at 11% body fat for the last 7 years. Eat paleo, eat clean, train dirty, and play hard.

    All the best
    Ron

  5. Gary Hewitt July 25, 2013 at 13:31 #

    I stumbled across your blog and I really like what I’ve read so far. Like you, I have a useless college degree, live in a small town, don’t own a TV, etc…. But, I do occasionally eat frozen pizza!

    • judgybitch July 25, 2013 at 13:33 #

      Yuck! Pizza sauce and cheese and veggies on a whole wheat pita! Under the broiler.

      Much better.

      And better for you!

  6. Shoom August 8, 2013 at 11:19 #

    A real breath of fresh air. I found this site while I let a Daily Mail piece by Shona Sibary get the better of me ( I know… I shouldn’t but she is fuck shit annoying.) Anyway you guys have great points of view. Not sure if I’m a feminist – as a man I’m not sure what that even is any-more? Or even if I should be one (or even if I’m allowed?) But I can say this as a man, straight talking women with a wicked sense of humour and an evil wit rule. Keep it up girls.

  7. Rolf August 22, 2013 at 20:57 #

    I’m happy to tell that there is à growing movement here in Sweden, and it is full of very witty men AND women. Kind of stirring up lots of anger in social media. Newspaper are – of course – still negelecting us. But time Will tell. Just wanna say keep up the god work, and maybe we will see each other in the future in some way.

    Cheers/Rolf

    • aussie jules November 17, 2013 at 10:15 #

      Good to hear… the swedes need to liberate themselves from their feminista/ socialista overlords. The web will liberate us all from silly/ unrealistic social conditioning…

  8. Rolf August 22, 2013 at 20:58 #

    Please accept My bad english and spelling

  9. Jopa Mi September 21, 2013 at 21:05 #

    I was skeptical upon first clicking on one of your articles from 4 Chan, of all places, but have fallen in love with your no nonsense style of writing. Thank you for restoring my faith in women a little.

    Will be sharing your articles on Google+ and Facebook.

  10. Kristin Maillard September 23, 2013 at 19:19 #

    Thank you Thank you Thank you. I’ve only read two posts so far and I’m sure that I won’t agree with all your opinions but you, blessedly, do not care :-) I am so proud of you for speaking out against the idiocy of feminism. I love this message. You make me brave!

    • bree October 14, 2013 at 14:27 #

      Have you been to school? Have you ever voted? Have you ever worked?

      • aussie jules November 17, 2013 at 10:22 #

        Calimity jane, amelia earhart , margaret thatcher… owe nothing to feminism. Its a myth that women have been opressed in the west. Not so in the middle east however… feminists have usually turned a blind eye to non- wrstern cultures , funny that…

        Feminism is allied to marxism . Ie destroy the west as we know it, break upfamilies, set people against each other. Then come to the rescue as mommy state. The results are appalling in the UK.

  11. APO September 25, 2013 at 23:22 #

    JB,

    I’ve been a reader of this blog for about a month now and have even gone through all of the archives. As stated by others, you are, without a doubt, a breath of fresh air. Thank you so much for being the person that you are. I’m sure you will be getting more busy with your PhD program (or with additional tutorials) at some point but you’ll always have a fan looking forward to your posts whenever you can find the time.

    Best wishes

  12. iccarrolln November 1, 2013 at 18:56 #

    Read your blog for the first time today during my break at work; have spent all day being unproductive but highly entertained and for some reason, justI feel a little better after digesting the conscientiousness expressed in your pieces. You’re awesome, JB

  13. iccarroll November 1, 2013 at 18:58 #

    Found this blog today during break, and have spent all day being unproductive and highly entertained. I really feel better after reading today and I appreciate the conscientiousness in the pieces. You’re the bomb, JB

  14. Audemus November 17, 2013 at 00:44 #

    I, a 46 year old married man, strangely found your blog upon searching for “man’s big diamond ring” on Google. I enjoyed reading it. I wouldn’t have time to maintain a nice site like yours! The world’s big enough for people with different tastes and preferences, whether it be to stay home or make use of child care professionals. You are lucky to be able to say home with the kids. My wife tried it, but she felt a little isolated and went back to work after a year. We believe our children learned a lot to be able to socialize with others their own age while growing up, and that includes day care and pre-school when they were young. I don’t care for all her pillows. We have 4 big screen TVs and have also been to an all inclusive resort (didn’t like). Oh and we have our 2 kids ages 11 and 12, and cared for our 18, and 20 year old niece and nephew, whose parents both shockingly died of cancer within 90 days in 2010. And so, we feel blessed.

  15. Kartik November 28, 2013 at 04:34 #

    Good work JB, this is one of the most entertaining blogs ever.
    Regards from India,

  16. John December 7, 2013 at 23:11 #

    Love your stuff

  17. Alex January 12, 2014 at 20:19 #

    Very well done.

  18. Natasha January 17, 2014 at 23:49 #

    Came here from Richard Nikoley’s Free the Animal a while ago– and now I am hopelessly hooked. Not just because I find myself thinking “She is so right!!” as I read the posts, but because JB’s writing style is so addictive. My biggest issue with feminists is that they dehumanize men. Our fathers, grandfathers, brothers, sons, husbands are treated like some subhuman creatures unworthy of being respected, loved and cherished by a bunch of angry, warped, irrational people. It absolutely disgusts and enrages me. Your blog is a breath of fresh air and an antidote to feminist poison. Thank you.

  19. Untame Able January 24, 2014 at 02:39 #

    I think you are what’s right with the free will, but what is wrong with the societal conditionings. In other words, you rule!

  20. Layla Brett January 29, 2014 at 00:27 #

    I love your blog! It’s so great and I agree with so many of your opinions! Definitely entertaining and completely true as well!

  21. Avinash Pradhan February 7, 2014 at 10:17 #

    Hello JB,
    Growing up in small town and a traditional Indian Joint family (yup, we Indians still stay with our moms, dads, grannies, grandpas, uncles, aunts and the list goes on!!); I naturally had a strong conservative thought flow. However..When I moved to highly Americanized urban locations (you most have heard of Bangalore; many Americans blame the city for loss of their job)I was exposed to a completely different culture of party, drug and one night stands; leaving me in a state of cultural shock. It was natural to develop a prejudice against western way of life. We all do that, i.e painting all with the same brush; don’t most westerners assume all Indian males are rapists and Indian culture is all about oppressing women!! Seeing all those PDA’s, slutty outfits and absurdly arrogant women, I really started loathing American women for spoiling our good old neighbourhood. Well it’s not me alone who thought that way, there are millions of Indians who assume pornography is western woman’s first career choice and all western women are characterless sluts (you really can’t blame them given their literacy level and ethnicity of several popular porn stars). But luckily for me, I got a job where I do a lot of Internet research and came across several American catholic sites and I read many Facebook posts by traditional western catholic as well as atheist ladies. Irrespective of who they were, they shared a view point about man-women relationship, sobriety, modesty etc. that surprisingly resembles to our traditional morals. Among the blogs I have read, your blog is the first of its kind that is dedicated to the purpose of true feminism, man-woman power balance, yet does not endorse a strong religious agenda. The writing style is quit trendy and points are quit logical. To sum up it all “You guys are the coolest bitches I found online”..

  22. Random French Dude February 28, 2014 at 18:48 #

    Just found your blog while searching for “women want everything” on Google… I was just looking for that Chris Rock special (that was all I could remember from it), but it makes me happy that I found this site first. You’re so eloquent and funny, and most importantly, truthful… it’s refreshing. Will continue reading you, take care!

  23. dolf March 12, 2014 at 14:06 #

    Oh, she also doesn’t give a fuck what you think about her.

    What a pity, ’cause me thinks me like Judgy Bitch.

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