Up at the University of Toronto, back on April 4th, the woman now known around here as Big Red had a lot to say to us. Dan Perrins and his friend Brenda have something to say back. We doubt she or her defenders, busy pretending Big Red’s under some sort of threat, will even listen.
Oprah Winfrey has a skin cream for you. It was produced with the finest ingredients, including the human suffering of male babies. Intactivists took to the streets at an Oprah event recently in Hamilton, Ontario. Our own Dan Perrins joined their ranks, challenging attendees to take a look at Oprah’s values.
During the last two lectures at the University of Toronto hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality, an individual or individuals pulled fire alarms, triggering emergency services and forcing the building to be temporarily evacuated. Dan Perrins reviews the events, the law, and what we will do in the future.
Dan Perrins makes some on-the-ground observations about his time covering the University of Toronto event hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality. There was a lot to cover, including one redhead in particular, with a very large mouth and a very bad attitude. Feminism as usual.
Our very own Dan Perrins, as he reported some months ago, was threatened with a weapon on the streets of Hamilton, Ontario because he was putting up posters. Perrins informed Hamilton Police, who responded with swift and decisive apathy. He reports on current developments.
On April 4, 2013 the Men’s Issues Awareness Group of the University of Toronto will present yet another lecture that addresses the issues faced by men and boys in modern culture. Resistance is likely to be present. As is resistance to the resistance. Dan Perrins reports.
Dan Perrins does what a reporter does. He asks questions. This time, at the University of Toronto lecture by Dr. Janice Fiamengo, Dan asked some feminists some questions. We will be forever grateful he did it, so we didn’t have to.
The students at applied to the Ryerson University Student Union for acceptance of a men’s issues group. They were denied. They appealed, and they were just denied again. Dan Perrins predicts that denial will not last.
Dan Perrins had the dubious responsibility to report on the latest fashion trend for feminist activists. Dressing up like a vagina and making sure that people can’t say anything they might disagree with. Thanks Danny, we owe you one for the effort.
Jonathan Goldsbie thought there was a lot of problems with the lecture at the University of Toronto by Dr. Janice Fiamengo. He was so upset that he decided to write an article about it. But, unfortunately, there was a lot he didn’t notice.