Not only is men’s pain denied and invisible, but some feminists are arguing that falsely accused men shouldn’t be allowed to fight back. Pierce Harlan calls out the real injustice.
The feminist agenda on dealing with the issue of sexual assault can be summed up in two words. Lynch mob. Pierce Harlan explains why.
Once again James Taranto is facing a twitstorm, this time over suggesting that men and women are equally responsible for their behavior while drinking. Pierce Harlan has little patience for this, and neither do we.
Reporter Heather Cox supposedly covers sports. She has given herself a new role, however; that of media vigilante, and her first victim is Jameis Winston, 19-year-old star quarterback for the Florida State University Seminoles. ESPN now joins the rest of the world in piling on any young athlete accused of a sex crime.
Twenty years ago today, Lorena Bobbitt took a kitchen knife and severed her husband John’s penis, then driving off and tossing it in a field. The result was not a nation shocked and outraged at a sexual mutilation, but a comical reaction from a culture of violence against men, particularly sexual violence. Piece Harlan delivers a stunning review of events. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix]
Katelyn Webster accused a young man of raping her. It was a lie. Why? Because she didn’t want her father to know how she got hickeys on her neck. She wanted him to think she was raped instead of being engaged in sexual play with her boyfriend. So she had a man arrested.
Jessica Vickery is the assistant director of Health Education and Promotion at the Student Health Center at the University of Alabama. She is also the harbinger of a mindset gravely dangerous to any society governed by the rule of law.
A special note to men in college. If you are too busy with school and partying and girls to bother yourself with what is actually happening right in front of you, that is your choice. But don’t call us when they come for you. We won’t answer.
It is the calling of ideologues to defend the indefensible in the name of outcome, as we see now from Prof. Nancy Hogshead-Makar and Brett Sokolow who are justifying the Obama administrations Dear Colleague Letter.
From Pierce Harlan we have an article posted that sets the record at AVfM for brevity. It is the shortest piece we have ever posted. But in some ways it could be one of the most powerful and effective, if people act on it.