Hanna Wallen (aka Della Burton) has a challenge for her fellow women. She’s taken the first step. Will other women follow suit? We hope so, and we thank those who do.
How would you react if the government gave a large sum of taxpayers money to the promotion of sexual material? Della Burton brings news of the government’s ties with the smutty underworld of erotica.
The dictionary definition of feminism falls apart when you start examining feminism in the real world. Della Burton uncovers the seething roil of insects under their log.
The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act is a departure from the constitutional guarantee of due process, and a gross violation of student rights. Della Burton lobbies to overturn the Act and invites you to do the same.
Despite some apparently good news recently out of Illinois, Della Burton has a hard look at the state’s laws and finds them lacking in civil rights protections. Well, men are all a bunch of pervs and molesters, after all.
So, “not all feminists are like that”, you say. Della Burton deconstructs the destructive influence of those “Nice” feminists and finds the destruction in the damsels.
Why do women face less severe legal consequences for committing the same crimes as a man? Well, after digging into to this, Della Burton has gleaned an answer. It is because they are not men, it appears.
Men’s rights Edmonton is hosting a lecture with a respected expert in hopes of addressing issues with boys in education. Local feminists have decided it’s the perfect venue for their own agenda.
The growing men’s rebellion against marriage is generating angry push-back. But the expectation that men just suck it up and continue to appease women is falling flat.
As the common authorities on what is and is not rape, which victims are to blame for their abuse and whether certain sexual assaults are really rape or just sorta not quite rape, feminists seem to employ a lot of double standards. Of course we all know that they have our best interests at heart when they decide who was and wasn’t raped, and their decisions aren’t politically motivated. Promise. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix]