10 Things Amy Glass Probably Hates

Amy Glass, professional troller of parents and women – outdid herself last week with a post titled, I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not SorryShe’s adding this to her canon of woman and parent-hating vitriol, which includes: Is The Point Of Having Kids Just Not To Be Lonely?, When It Comes To Women There’s No Equality Gap, There’s An Ambition Gap, and my personal favorite,  Here’s How To Cheat Proof Your Relationship – Stay Attractive. 

So, she apparently hates equality, children, healthy relationships and love. Here’s a few other things I’m pretty sure she finds unbearable – as evidenced by quotes from her “articles.”



“…it’s hard not to look down on someone you think is weak.”



“I don’t get lonely because I love my life.”

Hot Cocoa


“I wonder what you are running away from.”

Snow Angels


“These aren’t accomplishments, they are actually super easy tasks, literally anyone can do them.”


Girl lying on sand, reaching up to the sun

No quote for this one, I’m just pretty sure she hates being reminded she’s not the center of the universe.

The sound of children laughing.


“I am creating the world that I want, rather than filling it up with kids who love me so that I don’t have to be alone.”



“I’ve worked through the childish ‘needing other people to make me happy’ thing.”



“There is no distraction to keep you from knowing if there is something that isn’t right in your life, and then fixing it.”

Christmas, or any holiday where there’s joy or togetherness involved.


“This sense of needing to not be alone, so much so that you surround yourself with family just to not be alone.”

Women – especially the ones that aren’t totally alone or have no desire to be a CEO.


“If women can do anything, why are we still content with applauding them for doing nothing?”

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  • G.E. Phillips

    Homegirl needs a hug for real.

    • Lackadaisical

      Bagsy you to give it, I am afraid that she would bite.

    • chisai

      Homegirl needs a reality check. It’s scary how self-absorbed she is, and how much she thinks her opinions on these things are worth….

  • CMJ

    I picture Amy Glass punting puppies as she walks down the street.

    • Gangle

      Oh no! Now I am picturing that too…. Puppy hating scum! No baked treats for her!

  • John Kinnear

    I honestly don’t believe she is a real person. I think she is like those characters that call into morning radio.

    • Maria Guido

      I seriously believe you may be right.

  • SmrtGrl86

    The puppies hate her back

    • Samantha Escobar

      You know you’ve fucked up if a pile of pomeranians hates you.

  • Bethany Ramos

    This is just brilliant, Maria. We should use all of her articles to play would you rather… Would you rather be Amy Glass or pistol whip a puppy to death?

    • Maria Guido


    • Lackadaisical

      Surely to be Amy Glass is to pistol whip puppies to death. There is no difference in the choice given. Puppies make you weak and are for those who lack drive and ambition. Also if puppies didn’t want to be savagely beaten by Amy Glass then they should have toughened up and gone out there and achieved a beating free future. I am sure that Glass wonders why we are celebrating animals that lack the drive and fierceness to not be beaten.

  • TngldBlue

    Her wide sweeping “justification” for her viewpoint that getting married and/or having children eliminates a woman’s ability to fulfill her own personal dreams and goals is so skewed. To her it’s either or. I’m sure there are some women that fall into the role of wife and mother and some women that choose make those roles their primary focus. But the women I know aren’t simpering ladies forsaking themselves on the sword of their families. The mothers I know don’t want it all, they don’t want anyone else defining who or what they are or what should be important to them. They’re making fucking history by changing the way society sees women-as mothers, as co-workers, as human beings. As for this mother, it’s been more rewarding and far easier to reach my goals because of my family not in spite of it.

    • arrow2010

      No doubt having it all is difficult for women, but most try. Amy Glass doesn’t even want to try. I suspect she hates men.

  • Rachel Sea

    I want to have a big party to celebrate all the things she hates. You’re all invited.

    • John Kinnear

      We’d come, but my wife and I are too busy letting our kids ruin our lives and not being exceptional.

    • Gangle

      I will bring the helpless kittens and baby puppies and the baking. You bring the crafts and the babies. Everyone has to bring their husband/wife/partner. Admission is a cuddle.

  • Véronique Houde

    she sounds like she’s really lonely…… :(

  • Guest

    Alright, I’m a little confused, so please forgive me here…

    Is there more than one semi-well known blogger named Amy Glass?

  • Courtney Lynn

    Yeah, she’s the human version of Grumpy Cat. She hates it.

  • arrow2010

    I wonder if this Amy Glass had a horrible childhood and is taking the piss out on us.

  • SusannahJoy

    The quote for “Joy” was interesting, because she CLEARLY needs other people to make her happy. Can you imagine how miserable she would be if no one cared about her? No one read her articles or talked about her, or even to her? She’d be so, so sad. *snif*

  • CelesteF

    I count 3 behaviors that indicate Antisocial Personality Disorder. I think she needs one more to be considered a psychopath.

  • Etown Brown

    She’s misery looking for a place to happen. She’s also talking about successful women who sacrificed family for their career, despite not being very successful herself. She’s a big “producer” (blogger) at some nameless website. Big deal. She acts as if she’s making 250k a year and CEO of something more than a virtual lemonade stand. Pathetic.