Journalists have to work hard to cherry pick quotes. B.B. Merrick gives you access to the entire interview and a link to the article that resulted.
Aesop’s fables are legendary. What is less known is that he had a somewhat more jaded and cynical cousin, Whatsop, who also wrote fables.
B.R. Merrick has compiled an impressive list to help add to Elizabeth Plank’s stunning proof that feminism has improved the world for men in numerous ways. We think feminists will find his reasoning to be indisputably gay.
When an adult gets into bed with another adult, this is understood. None of this is understood by a teenager who is kept from the world, or a “juvenile delinquent” getting a lap dance from a grown female prison guard. B.R. Merrick has much to say on the topic.
There has always been a tendency to shame sexuality residing in human culture. Of course, according to every wave of modern feminism, women get the worst of it. Not so, says, B.R. Merrick, who gives us the money shot on the subject.
“Return of Kings” is a site devoted to the idea that manly men should be manly and do manly things. Sometimes they have interesting things to say. Sometimes, they’re just plain goofy. B.R. Merrick has a look at the soi-disant “Kings.”
B.R. Merrick looks at the subtle ways in which Hollywood has, for decades, bathed itself in cultural misandry, from what’s on the screen right down to the most obscure sound effects.
In a hilarious takedown of everyday pseudo-logic, B.R. Merrick says it takes an education in idiocy to believe men ever oppressed women and that, as a result, feminism has accomplished great things for women or men. We think he has a point.
Denzel Washington is an utterly brilliant actor. Director Robert Zemeckis choice of scripts on “Flight,” however, leaves much to be desired, says B.R. Merrick.