Men simply can’t win these days. No matter how much praise you heap onto your significant other, it always ends up being sexist. Somehow, someway, the feminist retards who run rampant in the mainstream media will figure out how to slime you as some neanderthal simply because you love your woman. No matter what you do, if you’re famous and say something about your fiancé/wife/girlfriend in public, you’re going to be called a misogynist of some sort.

Ryan Gosling is just the latest example…

OK, let’s hear this clown out. Maybe it was sexist. Here’s what Gosling actually said at the Golden Globes…

(yuck, Amy Schumer…try to get past her bit part)

“You don’t get to be up here without standing on the shoulders of a mountain of people,” he said, “and there’s just no time to thank everyone I just would like to try and thank one person properly and say that while I was singing and dancing and playing piano and having one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on a film, my lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer. If she hadn’t have taken all that on so that I could have this experience, it would surely be someone else up here other than me today. So, sweetheart, thank you. To my daughters, Amada and Esmeralda, I love you and if I may I’d like to dedicate this to the memory of her brother, Juan Carlos Mendez.” (USA Today)

WOW, SO SEXIST! What fucking planet is Narjas Zatat living on? Answer: a really fucked up one (in her own mind).

She wasn’t just making sure his dinner was cooked by the time he came home, no, she was “raising our daughter, pregnant with our second and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer”. Despite the swooning on social media for his Notebook-esque outpouring, I can’t help but feel that Eva Mendes, an award-winning actor in her own right, took one for the team and provided the emotional labour needed for Gosling to further his own career.

Gosling’s appreciation for his partner, may be genuine but it plays into structural inequality women face in the workplace, least of all Hollywood. Yes, Mendes has agency, and the decision to put her career on the back burner for the sake of her husband’s was hers, but why did she have to make that decision to begin with?…

Gosling’s speech runs uncomfortably close to the old adage “behind every great man is a great woman”. No, she’s not behind you: she’s standing right next to you, and maybe you should tell the audience next time that you’ll be home to help out more.

How does this woman think she knows anything about the interpersonal dynamics of the Gosling/Mendes marriage? I realize she gets paid to write for a living, like I do. Sometimes, you might jazz things up. But this is offensive on about 7 different levels. Get off your high fucking horse and obtain a clue…or buy one, if that’s beyond your capability.

Oh, and as for Ms. Mendes, the one who Zatat dares to speak for? She loved the tribute.

The actress indirectly reacted to her husband’s sugary tribute after winning best actor in a comedy or musical at the award show, where he devoted the bulk of his time on stage to thanking Mendes for allowing him the opportunity to star in “La La Land.”

The notoriously private Mendes — who, like Gosling, rarely comments on their relationship — gave her subtle response to the speech by sharing an Instagram photo of Janelle Monae’s outfit at the Globes.

“Obviously this wasn’t my favorite moment of the night…But it was definitely my favorite style moment of the night,” Mendes, 42, captioned the picture, leaving little doubt that her favorite part of the award show was Gosling’s sentimental dedication.

But anyone with a brain already knew that. Unfortunaly for Ms. Zatat, she’s not a part of that exclusive club.