‘Listen up ladies’: Fox News kicks off New Year with absurdly sexist advice for ‘catering to your man’
The hosts of Fox & Friends started the New Year on Thursday by telling women that they should “cater” to their man by stroking his ego, cooking him meals, and massaging his feet.
“Ladies, listen up,” host Clayton Morris said. “Ladies, we’re talking to you. If you still don’t have a New Year’s resolution then could this be it?”
According to Morris, women could get some “honest advice on how to get a husband” from a new dating guide titled “Single Man, Married Man,” which was written by men.
Even co-host Peter Doocy seemed to be perplexed as he offered the first piece of advice: “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 Ainsley Earhardt agreed.
“Well, how about this one?” Doocy continued. “When he gets his ego stroked, he’ll be more inclined to love you more.”
“That’s true!” Earhardt exclaimed.
Doocy said that one way a woman could stroke a man’s ego would be to “prepare his meals, draw him a bath and massage his feet every now and then.”
“All in for foot massages,” Doocy added.
“My wife is at home taking notes right now,” Morris insisted. “Absolutely. She already does cook meals. She’s a fantastic cook.”
“We had a lady on earlier saying, give to give,” Earhardt explained. “And that’s the thing you have to remember. You’re giving to your husband because you want to, not because you’re expecting something in return.”
“My wife does cook, and she does give me foot massages,” Morris bragged.
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast Jan. 1, 2015.