Forget Texas, Arizona, and Alabama; I may just move to Denmark.
It is one of the best places in the world to be a woman, with a narrow gender pay gap, equal employment rights, universal nursery care, and some of the happiest female retirees on the planet.
So it comes as a surprise to find, in a global survey of attitudes towards gender, equal rights and the #MeToo movement, that Denmark is one of the least feminist countries in the developed world.
The poll, conducted by the YouGov-Cambridge Globalism Project of more than 25,000 people in 23 major countries, found that just one in six Danes consider themselves a feminist, a third said that wolf whistling at women in the street was acceptable, and two in five had an unfavourable view of the #MeToo movement.
When you’ve lived in an SJW hellhole for fifty years, it’s difficult to imagine there is a magical place where women like men and they don’t spend their days constantly offended. Add in the fact Danish women appreciate catcalls, I may pack my bags this afternoon.