Archive for the ‘Feminism’ Category

The Amazing Camille Paglia

Saturday, December 28, 2013 8:38 2 Comments

Bari Weiss has a fantastic article up on the Wall Street Journal on one of my favorite people: “Camille Paglia: A Feminist Defense of Masculine Virtues.” This article is about all things Camille, from the societal neutering of males to upper-middle-class women being Pilates clones (love that comment) to her idolization of iconoclastic women who have been [...]

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No Catcalls, Please. I’m Offended and You Are Violent.

Saturday, November 16, 2013 14:50 4 Comments

Once again, the perpetually offended, politically correct, feminist-first crowd has found something to be offended about – shocking I know! Read the whole article on Yahoo - it’s quite entertaining. Burt’s Bees, a great company that makes all kinds of cool stuff for body & beauty had a product called Vanilla Flame Body Butter wherein the [...]

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Cerebral Castration of Males

Wednesday, August 21, 2013 20:20 4 Comments

Lew - your post about gender genocide in the schools is timely in that Time has just published an article and video from the heroic Christina Hoff Sommers, who writes that “our schools are becoming hostile environments for young boys.” Here she refers to the fact that being a normal 7-year-old boy has become a punishable offense in the government-authority [...]

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Men Cause More Global Warming Than Women

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 21:16 2 Comments

An article from April 2012 Mail Online noted that a French Green Party MEP, Nicole Kiil-Nielson, had declared that women are more at risk from global warming than men. Women, claims Nicole Kiil-Nielsen, ‘consume more sustainably than men and show greater willingness to act to preserve the environment’ as they tend to organise household consumption and [...]

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The War on Boys

Thursday, April 12, 2012 19:24 5 Comments

The blog of Ed Hurst includes a very interesting post on bringing up boys in the era of the metrosexual and dealing with “the tension between false social expectations and what their wiring tells them.” From the first day of school, the system will try to make him a sissy, a metrosexual. The system will [...]

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Remember Suzie Homemaker?

Sunday, April 1, 2012 8:29 2 Comments

As the ad says, a girl can really go to town! I had Suzie Homemaker stuff, and I became a woman who has a career, rides a Harley, buys and shoot guns, and I am also an excellent cook and homemaker.

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