Clint Carptentier analyzes the cult classic featuring David Bowie, “Labyrinth.”
Clint Carpentier has a look at a cartoon series called RWBY, which you can watch online for yourself, and finds a decidedly anti-feminist message–in a GOOD way.
When suicide figures are badly mis-stated, reading straight out of figures that are in plain sight right on the page, you really have to wonder what’s wrong with certain bureaucrats.
Clint Carpentier muses and speculates on what being “nice” really is, and what it means in women and what it means in men.
We often hear complaints about the need for equal pay for equal work, but is the work in question always equal? Clint Carpenter gives an example of where it definitely wasn’t.
AVFM can come across as solemn due to the nature of its content, but Clint carpenter shares a touch of happiness to show that MHRAs are often far from miserable when we reject gynocentric culture.
Giving birth is painful. But does it give women a right to be abusive to others? Clint Carpentier muses on the question.
It’s no secret that women spend most household income which keeps the world economy turning. Clint Carpenter shares his observations on women’s spending and its implications for men.
What feminists call sexual harassment is often less sinister than is made out – and it’s not only women who experience it. Clint Carpentier recounts some of the antics he has experienced in the workplace.
We’ve all heard the phrase, but few actually know what it means; fewer still demand to be heard after being told, to “Man Up!”