The Factual Feminist returns debunking more lies from The Sisterhood.
It’s that time of year again: the U.S. Open Tennis Championships have come. And once again, the sex discrimination is barely talked about. Robert Franklin takes a look.
Archi Desai grew up in the slums of London in the 1970s and experienced horrific racism and discrimination. Today he sees that same type of discrimination but not based on race, but rather on the human worth of men and boys in general.
Sometimes, it’s easier to tell the world what happened to us through writing.
“We’ll protect you poor helpless victims!” says the gaming press. But that’s only further stoking the fires of rage from people of the “victim class” the Social Justice warriors claim to be speaking for. Vincent James has more.
Clint Carpentier muses and speculates on what being “nice” really is, and what it means in women and what it means in men.
“I wish feminism were as powerful as they say” is the frequent refrain of those who deny its influence in government. In Sweden, it’s an increasingly laughable question.
In 1898 a man named William Austin established what we think is the first known Men’s Rights Movement. We bring you the story as reported in a newspaper article of the time.
That women receive no special treatment in non-Western countries is a myth claimed even by some MGTOW and men’s rights advocates. Youtuber Ayam Sirias explains that women are routinely given lighter prison sentences than men in Indonesia.
Jillian Berman earlier this year called for everybody to STFU on the “Wage Gap,” declaring debate to be over. Ellen Fishbein has a problem with this, and explains it to Jillian and anybody else who cares about honesty.