In my old post on the WQ, I noted that there are many more women in Russian nationalism than there are in the Alt Right in the US.
While the American Alt Right is pretty much entirely male (when I met up with Richard Spencer & Co. in 2016, there were just one or two women out of fifty people, as I recall), in an equivalent gathering of Russian nationalists they’d constitute perhaps 20%. Which is about reflective of default male/female interest in politics, anyway.
Anecdotal examples: In my IQ/dysgenics talk in Saint-Petersburg in November 2019 (peak optics), almost a third of the audience were women. Perhaps 20%-25% at the “Russian Meeting” (Русское Собрание) on the following day. Similar ratio at an IQ talk I did in Saint-Petersburg in 2017.
Curiously enough, Polish nationalists gave me similar demographic statistics. The large male-female gap in support for PiS(cuck)* regardless, they also constitute a quarter of Polish nationalists.
I assume this is on account of a number of factors:
(1) I assume that, as in Russia, this is a function of nationalism being less taboo than in the US. This is relevant since women are more conformist than men.
(2) Relatedly, women lean – by default – to conservatism. In the early 20th century, that was religious traditionalism. Today, in the West, “conservatism” is pozzed liberal globalism.
(3) You don’t really have any of the overt misogyny – as distinct from sex realism – that one often encounters in the Alt Right, e.g. the Daily Stormer.
It’s probably safe to say that all three of these feed into each other.
* All actual Polish nationalists vote for Konfederacja.