Monthly Archives: July 2013

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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How to Get More Women (and Men) to Call Themselves Feminists

” A reality-based, male-respecting, judicious feminism could greatly help women both in the United States and throughout the world. I call it ‘freedom feminism.'” Continue reading

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Brief Misc. News & Views on Gender Issues

News and views on the gender dynamic that are routinely, steadfastly, deliberately, doggedly, absolutely, completely, persistently, and stubbornly ignored by the liberal news programs such as NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams. Continue reading

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Is Forced Fatherhood Fair?

“Just as court-ordered child support does not make sense when a woman goes to a sperm bank and obtains sperm from a donor who has not agreed to father the resulting child, it does not make sense when a woman is impregnated (accidentally or possibly by her choice) from sex with a partner who has not agreed to father a child with her.” Continue reading

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Women aren’t the only victims of hate speech

“On the HuffPost Live panel, Friedman asserted that misogyny is our society’s last acceptable form of hate speech. But that applies far more accurately to male-bashing.” Continue reading

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The feminist campus as antiwoman

“The academy is a place to discuss and explore ideas — which makes the intellectual corruption of campus feminism especially unfortunate.” Continue reading

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