Gonzo Historian Robert St. Estephe, author of the indispensible “Unknown History of Misandry” weblog, returns with another entry on the history of violence committed by women, and society’s tendency to excuse it and even make allowances. This one will really make your head spin: a 1922 proposal to just make it legal for women to kill.
We are constantly being told that women are the kinder sex, the compassionate sex, the ones who keep men civilized. Robert St. Estephe has proof that feminist narrative is a myth and he is here to set the record straight.
Some hobbies are for those members of the public who are more equal than others.
It takes two parties to play the age-old game of chivalric co-dependence. Here’s a mature look at the game that puts both parties to the charade on notice and demands honesty and fair-play equally from each.
Dartmouth College apparently thinks it’s OK to talk about expelling boys just because some girl said he should be. We have a problem with that. So should you.
“Never trust a woman (of bad character)” is a good motto. Yet it is one which must be complemented by “never trust a man (of bad character).” Here is a look at a female legislator’s efforts — in days gone by — to fight for the rights of males, conjoined with a newspaper commentary on those same efforts written by a female journalist. You are invited hereby to meet two “proto-Honeybadgers.”
You thought you knew all about gold-diggers? Here is a story you’ve never heard before — about one of the greatest gold-diggers of all — a story that you did not, I guarantee you, hear about during your “gender”-indoctrination years in school and college.