Odd how all men, even really scary brown and black men, miraculously become kind and trustworthy when a feminist gets a flat tire or needs her car pushed out of the snow. Prentice Reid examines the phenomenon in detail.
Fathers love their children and work hard to support them. Prentice Reid rips apart the persistent myths about deadbeat men and their support for their kids.
Political power comes from the voters, and when the voters are mostly women, it is all good, right? Prentice Reid noticed an exception.
NOW opposes any assistance for men and boys under the doctrine “separate is not equal”. The hypocrisy is staggering. Prentice Reid investigates.
From the very beginning, feminists embraced birth control, not just for the freedom it brought, but for the potential to control, too. Prentice Reid investigates.
The dictionary says feminism is about equality. Curious then, feminism’s long track record of literally opposing equality.