Anita Sarkeesian, after months of evading donors, has finally come out with the start of her promised video series on gaming tropes. And woven into her work is a somewhat unexpected message. She is actually complaining about damseling. We have to wonder how she complains about something so crucial to her own cause.
The post here by Kelly Jones raised quite a bit of discussion, both in support of and dissent from her opinions. August Lovenskiolds has some more refection on the matter, proffering that Ms. Jones may have confused practicality for laziness.
We became men by fighting and overcoming our own challenges. Challenge makes men stronger – do we disrespect women so much that we cannot grant them the same opportunity to advance through their own success in overcoming challenge without our interference?
We are nearing a very big day for Dallas, Texas, where 10,000 men will be used as political pawns by the cities mayor, who is asking them to take a stand in support of the big lie that domestic violence is a problem rooted in masculinity.
Feminists have droned on for decades about how men need to learn that “no means no.” Women have long had their issues in that area. Ladies, no means no, not that he is gay. Time to woman up and deal with rejection like a man.