The team at Fox & Friends started off the New Year by telling single women that they should “cater” to their man’s needs.
Ainsley Earhardt, Clayton Morris and Peter Doocy went on and on about how ladies can keep their partners happy by stroking his ego, cooking him meals and massaging his feet.
“Ladies, listen up. If you still don’t have a New Year’s resolution then could this be it?” announced Morris while preparing to cite “honest advice on how to get a husband” from a new dating guide titled Single Man, Married Man – which is written by men.
As if the prologue wasn’t ridiculous enough, Doocy jumped in saying, “No matter where a woman was in life, she should always be able to cater to her man’s needs.”
“Yeah, I do want to be a better wife,” co-host Earhardt agreed.
“Well, how about this one?” Doocy continued. “When he gets his ego stroked, he’ll be more inclined to love you more.”
Though it is a shame and as much as you would want to forget the exchange stated above, such incidents are unfortunately a norm at Fox News. This is the same news channel where another panel of female hosts suggested that they consider street harassment a compliment.
Perhaps actor Russell Brand was on the mark when he said that Fox News was more dangerous than terrorists wreaking havoc in the Middle East.