Where women naturally excel – homemaking, early childhood care, beautifying, verbal communication, emotional expression – they ought not to go anymore, according to feminists. Put on some pants, girl, and grab that power drill!
According to an article in The Washington Post, the names of military men who commit suicide as a result of the trauma with which they suffer are not being listed on memorials to the ongoing War on Certain Kinds of Terror. The surviving families are quite understandably upset. There is another aspect of this story that is telling.
If we as a culture (and as men) do not learn to honor love, freedom, peace, and truth above all else, then I doubt it will matter very much what we do honor, if we honor anything at all.
Misandrist women are afraid of them; a lot of gay men want them disconnected from the rest of the man; a great many men fear their own.
Everybody’s got an opinion about how bullying starts. Apparently, the best the educrats in charge of your brats have been able to come up with is inventing a new term for kids who kill themselves instead of being subjected to further bullying: bullycide
Chai Ling is a very interesting woman. I just stumbled on this article about her a few days ago. I don’t know what her politics are. I don’t know if she’s fully embraced feminism, although some of what I’ve seen at her website indicates that she has embraced some style, form, or genre of it. …
The Canadian government cooperates with a neighboring government in supplying false information, and is complicit in sending an innocent, peaceful, married father in his thirties straight to hell, to be beaten for hours at a time, days on end, with shredded cables, while listening to other men scream. For this, they are “sorry.” So what?
Janice G. Raymond, a studier of women, thinks that bartering with one’s body is somehow perverse. What she doesn’t realize is that both men and women barter with their bodies on a regular basis, and not just for sex.
What a fantastic film. On every level. Every man should see it.
For feminists and conservatives, the enemy is pornography, hence the new word I’ve coined: misaporno. They hate it, hate it, hate it.