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Charlie Kirk Says Birth Control Is the Reason for Creating ‘Very Angry and Bitter Young Ladies’ While Talking About Women’s ‘Best Age’

Charlie Kirk claimed that women in their early 30s were already beyond their prime and held birth control responsible for creating “very angry and bitter young ladies.”

Right-wing commentator Charlie Kirk recently discussed various women’s issues at an event organized by his group, Turning Point Faith, launching into a lengthy complaint where he said women in their early 30s were already beyond their prime and held birth control responsible for making “young ladies” both “angry and bitter.”

In one go, Kirk proudly stated that “young men are the most conservative they’ve been in 50 years” before saying that “young ladies present a great opportunity” because “they are not conservative.”

When asked why that is, Kirk pointed to both abortion and birth control:

Abortion’s obviously part of it, but they’ve been sold a lie through culture, through media, through even some of their parents that you basically have to go pursue this corporate trajectory, and that men are always the problem, and suppress your biological impulses. A lot of them are on birth control, too. And birth control like really screws up female brains, by the way. Every single one of you need to make sure that your loved ones are not on birth control. It increases depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation. Birth control is the number one prescribed medication for young ladies under the age of 25. They will give young ladies birth control for pimples, for acne, to control their moods, their period. It is awful, it’s terrible, and it creates very angry and bitter young ladies and young women. Then that bitterness then manifests into a political party that is the bitter party. I mean, the Democrat Party is all about “bring us your bitterness and, you know, we’ll give you free stuff.”

Kirk also noted that “we have more 30-something young women that are single than married and they are by far the most reliable Democratic bloc.”

“If you are a 32-year-old young lady who went to college, who has a nice apartment, a corporate job, and cats, you know, you’re a Democrat voter, right?” Kirk asked rhetorically. “And so, how do we win them over? I’ll get to that in a second. What’s amazing is once they get married, they become 50-50. Once they have kids, they become like right-wing by 20 points.”

He elaborated on this:

We basically told a great generation of young women “don’t get married, don’t have kids, go get a corporate job,” and it’s created mass political hysteria. And then in their early 30s they get really upset because they say “you know, the boys don’t want to date me anymore,” because they’re not at their prime and people get mad when I say that — well, it’s just true. You’re in your early 30s, I’m sorry, you’re not as attractive in the dating pool as you were in your early 20s, but again, you have your corporate job and cats so I thought, you know. And I feel sorry for a lot of these young ladies. They email me all the time and they say “Charlie, I’m broken down in tears, I’m 33, I earn $130,000 a year, I travel a lot, and I have no one to share my life with.”

“And I hope they find somebody in time, and that’s the way they always frame it. They’re like ‘I’m running out of time, I’m running out of time, I’m running out of time,’ and it’s like well, the culture did this to you, but you also made a decision,” Kirk concluded. “You made a decision consciously to not date with the intent to marry, and it creates a lot of bad consequences.”

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