Victor Zen (Sage Gerard) was asked if he can support men’s issues without attacking feminism or women as a whole. His “yes” is followed by a much needed “but” to justify the existence of antifeminism as a necessary and rational response to modern bigotry.
Law Professor Elizabeth Sheehy isn’t just an advocate for murder. She’s a liar to boot. John Hembling and Diana Davison call her out with the damning evidence that her record as a murder advocate speaks for itself, despite her deflections and obfuscations.
Manufactured victimhood is a lot of things. It is a trigger for human protective instincts. It is political power. It is an agenda. It is mental illness. It is the foundation of a sick society that ultimately destroys its own freedoms. It’s also a good reason to identify manufactured victims and fuck their shit up.
When do feminists look the other way? Ask Bill Clinton. They gave him a pass on all of his shitty conduct because he was an ally. And now we see the same sorry hypocrisy play out in India. Anil Kumar brings us the story of a prominent feminist accused of sexual assault, and the feminists out to protect him.
Pauline Hopkins went to work one day and found a sticker on her door. It was one expressing concern to parents about the possibility of their sons facing the problem of false allegations. What did Pauline do? Well, of course she launched an attack. On the victims.
Hugo see feminists. Hugo game feminists. Feminists swoon. Go, Hugo, go! August Løvenskiolds catches up on the latest craziness dripping out of camp Feministe.
Diana Davison delves into the the cult of victimhood, its payoffs and the bigotry it so often perpetuates, while simultaneously hurting many it purports to help.
The Vladek Filler case was just one of many possible ethical breaches by Mary Kellett. Henry Ross has the details of some of the others, and a call to action. What, you thought we were done with these people?
Jim Doyle of Genderratic.com is back with us for a review and update on the seemingly unending culture of victimhood cultivated by feminists. It seems the crops are starting to fail, and the tears are drying up as feminists shed allies and lose support. Women may be waking up from the siren spell of damseling and learning to stand without being supported. Will the fabled strong, independent woman ever become more than a myth?[Illustration by Europa Phoenix.]
Should those who work in law be more concerned with their own careers, or with justice? And just how crazy is it to put a gynocentric ideologue into a position of real power? Does the presumption of innocence mean anything anymore? Using the results from the Innocence Project as a guide, Diana Davidson brings her keen insight to the question of questionable prosecutors and how to deal with them. [Illustration by Typhonblue]