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Arawelo: The Somalian Legend that Endorses Men’s Rights

Queen Arawelo is among the best-known folktale characters. Originally an obscure figure outside of Somalia, her legend has reached international audiences due to English-language media: a graphic novel (Mohamed, 2014), an article in biographies of women in history (Porath, 2016), and a theatrical production in London. There’s even a website for diasporic Somalian women named …

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Famous science fiction author Robert Heinlein wrote about the crazy years. This was a period of history in his stories in which technology rapidly advanced while society broke down. In 1941 Heinlein wrote: Considerable technical advance during this period, accompinied (sic) by a gradual deterioration of mores, orientation and social institutions, terminating in mass psychoses …

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The Scourge of Fatherlessness and the Death of God

If God is dead, all things are permitted. —Ivan Karamazov in The Brothers Karamazov   There is a father absence crisis in society, observes the National Fatherhood Initiative. “According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 18.3 million children, 1 in 4, live without a biological, step, or adoptive father in the home,” it reports. This is generating a …

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21 Visions for A Feminist Future ’21 – Misandry in Practice

I had the opportunity to attend 21 Visions for a Feminist Future ’21 (21 for 21) conference on May 18th and took a recording of it. Now understand that this article is not a hit piece, and I am not trying to demonize Feminists from having a conference. If anything, I promote their right to …

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