Tag Archives: media sexism

Chris Brown’s and Rihanna’s Abuse

If beatings of women are on the rise (most ideological feminists will always insist they are), maybe it’s because of the media’s depictions, especially on TV, of women slapping, punching, and kicking men. Continue reading

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Letter to the New York Times: A ‘Teachable Moment’ on Marginalized Male Victims

“Noticeably absent from Mr. Blow’s and others’ commentary was any criticism of the numerous graphic acts of violence — slaps, head butts, kicks, punches — depicted against heterosexual males during the Super Bowl commercials in the interest of humor.” Continue reading

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How Time magazine lied about workplace violence

When reporting on gender issues, the media sometimes misrepresent statistics in a way that severely disfigures the reality of the sexes. Continue reading

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