Category Archives: Female Violence

Violence and abuse committed by females.

Sentence First, Verdict Afterward: The Obama Administration’s Continued War On Men

“But then came modern feminism, and in particular its foundational conviction, dating back at least to Susan Brownmiller’s Against Our Will (1975), that the prospect of sexual assault by men is a defining feature of the oppression of women for which male-dominated society generally, not just individual offenders, should take the rap.” Continue reading

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Is There a Cyber War on Women?

“To demand special protection on the grounds of women’s particular vulnerabilities is to turn female disempowerment into a self-fulfilling prophecy. When we casually assume that a woman suffers more harm from a nasty (or even sexually threatening) online comment than a man does from, say, castration threats and gibes about pedophilia or jeers about the death of his infant child, we’re not only being callous to men but upholding the very stereotypes of ‘the weaker sex’ that feminists supposedly deplore.” Continue reading

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Gender bias a double-edged sword

“Perhaps what we need is not more feminism or more men’s-rights activism, but a gender-equality movement that promotes fairness for both sexes.” Continue reading

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Are Men Society’s Scapegoats?

At the same time, we tell boys to “suck it up” instead of expressing pain, leaving them few emotions but anger. Then we chastise them when they actually get angry — or live in fear of their anger. And sometimes we use the one emotion we’ve allowed them to our advantage. Continue reading

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Mean girls test biases about women

“But the tragedy also reminds us of a basic truth often overlooked in our age of feminist consciousness: human cruelty knows no gender.” Continue reading

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A Classic Text on Gender–And It’s All Wrong (Or: Michael Kimmel is a fraud)

Michael Kimmel is a classic example of a feminist who lies to demonize men. If he is capable of being embarrassed, this commentary should make him turn purple. Continue reading

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Voices of Reason About the Gender Wars

“Male university students, after all, are constantly being informed that they’re potential rapists, that their sex is responsible for virtually all the ills of the world, and that while men are irresponsible and destructive self-seekers, women are communal-minded nurturers and virtuous victims.” Continue reading

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Yes, Patriarchy Is Dead; the Feminists Prove It

“More broadly, I am convinced that if feminism is to have a positive future, it must reinvent itself as a gender equity movement advocating for both sexes and against all sexism.” Continue reading

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Criminal justice is still more lenient with women

“But when it comes to criminal behavior, women often benefit from a society-wide presumption of greater innocence.” Continue reading

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A re-run of “Emmett Till: Despised by an ideological feminist”

Comparisons have been made of Trayvon Martin’s homicide to little Emmett Till’s. They’re not even close. This year (published originally in 2005; Till was murdered in 1955) marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old black boy murdered … Continue reading

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