JtO has a question for women: what happens when you bring a gun to every conversation? What is the consequence of keeping a loaded firearm in your lap, or on the nightstand?
Consistent with their advocacy of the last two generations, the National Organization for Women has come down on the patently erroneous side of a legal issue. Attorney Robert Franklin offers his analysis of events in Florida involving a woman convicted in 2011 of multiple counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.
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.
Anita Sarkeesian once again makes a public demonstration of her character and values, or rather her lack of both. This time an artist has taken her story online about Anita’s illegal use of her content to make money. Same feminist, different day.
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!”
Once in a while, some group or institution actually means it when they say they care equally about people regardless of things like race or sex, and puts that into action. Goshen College appears to have such people working for it, as Jonathan Taylor notes. Bravo!
Our thanks to a supporter, Ray Brown, for alerting us to this matter. It relates to a woman, Dickie James, who has the following profile on her Twitter account @DickieCJames: CEO of @StaffsWomensAid. Board Member of @WomensAid. Tweeting own views. Mother. Feminist animal lover. Writer. Hate injustice. Partial to G&T. Ms James “favorited” a tweet posted …
The notorious “Don’t Be That Guy” posters which infantalize women and demonize men have reached the University of Ottawa. Jean-Pierre LaRoche has a report. Hey, anyone feel like postering?
“Women were property” is a deluded fantasy, but it takes real chutzpah to deny you ever actually said that.