Marc Rudov offended that Maria Shriver sees a “Woman's Nation”

Remember Marc Rudov? He's the frequent Fox News guest who thinks Hillary Clinton deserves to be called a “B-word,” ridiculed a study on housework as the product of a “gyno-versit[y],” insists that “girls just love to expose themselves,” among other things.

Rudov, who nevertheless calls himself a “feminist,” has now brought his stylings to Accuracy in Media, where he has a column bashing NBC's Maria Shriver for her "A Woman's Nation" series:

Maria Shriver, you have two sons and two daughters. Do your sons like hearing from you that they're growing up in a woman's nation? I doubt it. What will their friends say? Nothing flattering. What will your daughters think about their brothers - and all men? Isn't your TV program just as destructive as those that once prompted mothers to teach “life in a man's world” to their daughters?

Rudov is just getting warmed up. He then declares that all “laws and policies that confer upon women unilateral rights and protections in rape, reproduction, abortion, custody, child support, domestic violence, workplace practices, and immigration” are “unconstitutional” because "[o]ur legal system is designed to be blind to specific groups," yet such laws get passed anyway because “spineless men fear retribution from feminists and sexual retaliation from their wives for writing, passing, enforcing, and adjudicating gender-neutral laws.”

Rudov then blames American women for the current state of American men:

Men are fast becoming slacker dudes and permanent blue-collar workers. This is because highschool programs favor girls; college-enrollment stats prove it. Not only are women dominating at the undergraduate level, they are receiving more than 50% of degrees in law, medicine, and business. At UC Davis 80% of veterinary grads are women. The trend of female domination is growing unabated.

Is this a problem? You betcha. A society of marginalized men is a weak society. Whom will these highly educated women marry? Slacker dudes? I don't think so. Given that 40% of American children are born out of wedlock, marriage isn't a big concern for many women. Too bad. Every study of teenage pregnancy, drug usage, alcoholism, gang membership, crime, and school dropouts points to the lack of fathers at home. Women file 70% of divorces and choose single motherhood as a lifestyle.

Then, it's back to bashing Shriver, claiming that she's “compounding the omnipresent wedge between men and women” and that “any men who rally your cause are pathetic eunuchs - proof of your thesis.”

Yet Rudov did find one bright spot in his alleged emasculation:

In canonizing women as strong, smart, talented, and self-reliant - and they are - you have done men a big favor: terminated all justification for women to receive alimony and child support. You are the alimony terminator. We love you. This is fantastic, as Arnold would say.

And so, America is now a Woman's Nation, a matriarchy, a gynocracy. Women are in control. They no longer need, and therefore cannot require, men to support them financially - at any time, in any way, for any reason. Otherwise, they'd be hypocrites, wouldn't they?

Sounds like Rudov needs to decide whether he's upset that women are taking over or relieved because he's no longer expected to do anything for them.