For every rape joke you don’t tell, Sage Gerard will tell three and he doesn’t care if feminists approve.
Last summer, Women, Action, and the Media (WAM!) put Facebook in a chokehold with an ultimatum, followed by complaints to advertisers. The stated goal was to pressure Facebook moderators into removing content that WAM! felt was hateful or harassing to women, but the criteria seemed to reflect WAM!’s subjective views. Content that was not in violation of Facebook community guidelines …
Sage Gerard takes anti-feminism to the debate floor against an organization of questionable integrity.
Sage Gerard has it out with someone who takes “don’t talk to strangers” a little too seriously. We hope she tries not to mace the next guy who tries to strike up a conversation with her.
It appears that an outside group has misled a KSU student organization. Sage Gerard reports.
A graduate student from George Washington University interviews Sage Gerard about the MHRM’s presence on college campuses.
Protesters have been invited multiple times to come to the men’s conference at Kennesaw State University and participate. They have chosen to refuse, and apparently, even supporting their right to protest is now harassment.
There are considerable efforts underway to “educate” the public on what “feminism” actually is, to improve its brand recognition and approval. Sage Gerard, AKA Victor Zen, has a few helpful suggestions.
KSU Men (KSUM) has stirred up controversy, particularly through AVfM’s sponsorship (which is only one of many) and Paul Elam’s quotes on rape prevention being taken out of context yet again. You can pick up on the pertinent vibe in the comment section of this Sentinel article. Needless to say, I have skimmed a smorgasbord of petulant …
Sage Gerard, aka Victor Zen, was recently challenged to a debate. For some mysterious reason, his challenger is making it difficult to accomplish.