Trump & Reverend Bookburn: non-compliant women are crazy

Trump & the far left agree:
non-compliant women are insane
Misogynist men like to declare that women who do not agree with them - or even worse, oppose them and refuse to be groveling doormats - are insane.
Example one:
President Trump renewed his verbal attacks on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, questioning her mental stability and fitness for office.  
"But I have to deal with crazy Nancy, she's crazy as a ... as a bed bug," Trump said during a nearly hourlong interview on Fox & Friends Friday morning. "She is nuts. 
Example two:
Reverend Bookburn: describing me as a "psycho" multiple times.
Nancy Pelosi stood up to Trump, so Trump calls her crazy.
I stood up to Reverend Bookburn, so he calls me psycho.
Regardless of political views, man-baby misogynists have much in common.

Now of course the kind of men who routinely call women who don't bow down to them "crazy" and "psycho" are also the kind of men who won't listen to what a woman has to say on the subject.

“Crazy” Women
The association between women’s behavior and being labeled “crazy” has a long and infamous history in Western culture. The word “hysteria” – defined as “behavior exhibiting excessive or uncontrollable emotion, such as fear or panic,” is derived from the ancient Greek word “hystera” – meaning uterus. Until the early 20th century, female hysteria was the official medical diagnosis for a truly massive array of symptoms in women including but not limited to: loss of appetite, nervousness, irritability, fluid retention, emotional excitability,  outbursts of negativity, excessive sexual desire and “a tendency to cause trouble”.