Why do American males support Donald Trump and not women? (Perversity?)



The Gender-Gap in Trump’s support is morbid to re-election without foreign interference. Why?

A stunning new poll analyzed today by Harry Entin who currently works for CNN says that a minority of American women support Donald Trump and many more American males than women like him. Why?

Elaine Godfrey, assistant editor at The Atlantic, is convinced that “Women across the country are far more likely than men to consider the president’s actions worthy of impeachment.” Why is this?

The recent discussion by experts of global trends in violence toward women came round to the study of attitudes of American women toward the current impeachment process against Donald Trump.

How do women react to misogynists who have a record of abuse toward women? Trump disenfranchised 166 million Americans by intimidating and belittling female witnesses.


by Sharon Santiago (An unbiased report from the Asia Pacific Region.)


Why do American males support Donald Trump and women don't? Answer is perversity. Why do American males support Donald Trump and women don’t? (Answer is perversity, a deliberate desire to behave in an unreasonable or unacceptable way.)
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It should be said from the outset that Donald Trump did not ever win a fair election in the USA because he was helped significantly by a Russian Information Warfare Ploy. See “How Russia Won the 2016 Election for Trump“.

“Any hit at President Trump’s character is a shot at the deviancy of his core supporters,” says experienced GBV-patent specialist.

The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump and his deliberate desire to behave in an unreasonable or unacceptable way.

Trump Imputes White Christian misogyny, racism and hegemony to a certain group of Americans. It’s OK to be… —#OrangeTheWorld Focus Group of Women professionals

Trump has been controversially diagnosed by many American mental health doctors as among other things, a misogynist. That’s a fair diagnosis based on his conduct and the record of his entire life-style, his attitudes and over five decades of his observed behaviour. Only a minority of American women support Trump—less than one third—say polls.

Conversely, as many as half of American men, in some polls, support Trump. This speaks poorly about American males and their desire to behave in an unreasonable or unacceptable way. But ask any woman anywhere in the world, “who are the show-offs, cat-callers, whistlers’ and grabbers…”.

This professional analysis was sparked by “United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women” and some new polling from the United States.

Focus Group says, “Trump is not a mentally ill person on the diagnosis of his personality. But people with these disorders can suffer a proclivity to occasional mental illness as a result of the conflicts arising from the disorders. Deviant thought processes and intermittent rages are clear and present dangers in leadership roles.”

“In every volume of the diagnostic manual for mental disorders all the way through to DSM-5 it is made categorically clear these personality disorders are not mental illnesses but quirks, to use a non-professional term that the general public can appreciate,” agrees a focus group of doctors and nurses.

The focus group was assembled by The RINJ Foundation, comprised of medical professionals who are trained and experienced in treating both survivors and occasionally the accused in violence against females. The purpose related primarily to activities for the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

“Many of the descriptors of Donald Trump coming from politically charged mental health professionals suggest an opinion of how Mr.Trump might act in many different circumstances, but the content would be better used in betting advice rather than health care suppositions,” agreed the group of experts comprising a group of experts.

“A man who psychiatrists claim lacks empathy and suffers personality disorders of a narcissistic personality and an antisocial personality (very rare in women) is not a person who is mentally ill, ” says a statement issued by the OrangeTheWorld  (references below) focus group on violence against women.

“Personality Disorder does not Preclude Leadership but how the patient deals with their disorder does make a difference. A history of deviant-conduct implies a high potential of danger,” concludes “Orange The World” focus group .

“People with personality disorders have our sympathy and our wish for their good mental health by learning good cognitive skills and developing a good comprehension of suitable social mores. This will limit their time spent in institutions. We all have strengths and weaknesses and some need special attention,” suggests the group.

When asked if a person with these types of personality disorders could be functional in leadership, their answer was a unanimous, “Yes, with caveats.”

“As the self-proclaimed World Mental Health Coalition makes clear, the diagnosis is less important than the assertions on the dangerousness of having such persons in leadership,” said Dr. Buni who leads a medical corp. in Syria. “The American public may not realize that is the whole point, and that the Goldwater Rule is not in play.”


Violence against women & girls is among the most widespread, & devastating human rights violations in the world, but much of it is often unreported due to impunity, shame & gender inequality, the UN highlighted ahead of Monday’s World Day to stamp out abuse of women & girls.

Original: UN Women – Adaptation and New Art, Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

The picture and its story: Violence against women & girls is among the most widespread, & devastating human rights violations in the world, but much of it is often unreported due to impunity, shame & gender inequality, the UN highlighted ahead of Monday’s World Day to stamp out abuse of women & girls.


Orange The World—UN Campaign defends women’s safety versus men violent toward women (i.e.: Trump.)


So why do American Women dislike Trump?

“There is nothing particularly notable about this fact which presents in every single American poll result. Trump is a misogynist and represents a clear and present danger to all women,” says Dr. Buni.

(The focus group cited numerous examples of Trump’s misogyny. )

Why do women dislike Trump Why do women Dislike Trump? Original Photo Credit:Mobilus In MobiliWomen’s March on Washington, CC BY-SA 2.0, Link 
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Theoretical response to the question: Why do men like Trump?

“Looking closely at the diagnosis of the mental health professionals publishing the dangerous aspects of Trump’s behaviour it is clear that the disorders suggested in the diagnosis are typically male problems,” notes Monique Deslauriers, a medical professional in the focus group.

“Another theory says that there is a little bit of everything in all of us, depending on ‘how we are feeling‘ at any given time in our lives,” says Michele Francis, a Nurse Practitioner currently based in Venezuela.

“Some men will see in Donald Trump a supportive affirmation of parts of themselves they do not like. ( Toxic men use lies, treachery & each other to get money or power.) The percentage of American males who suffer Trump’s diagnosed disorders is somewhere around 2.5 out of five males,” said the focus group.

Trump Imputes White Christian misogyny, racism and hegemony to a certain group of Americans. It’s OK to be…


Feminine Perspective:

Misogyny, racism and hegemony are attributed to American males on the whole and now those traits are imputed to American males with endorsement by the US President Trump as acceptable.”

“Hence Donald Trump, as King of the USA (an omnipotent power, thinks Trump) allows men to believe those negative traits they recognise in themselves are, OK.”

“Where women (in much smaller numbers for many obvious reasons) recognise similar traits in themselves, they are also self-affirmed by citing deviant conduct of the omnipotent President Dona,ld Trump,” said Dr. Buni as a conclusion to the question: Why do men like Trump?”

“Any hit at President Trump’s character is a shot at the perversity of his core supporters.”