The origins of damseling are biologically-based and are as old as the human race. Technically speaking, the behaviour we refer to as damseling refers to a human being who announces its vulnerability to others – to husband, family, friend, stranger or to one’s tribe. The announcement of vulnerability stimulates a neurological system in the brain designed to provoke reflexes of protection, …
The Corona Virus has exposed the best and the worst of human behavior. Any crisis affecting a society will do this. One of the most noticeable of the many traits laid bare by this disease has been the deeply ingrained self centred, self-entitled, narcissism of feminists. The fact that the virus is killing men at …
Women have played the Susie O’Brien card since the dawn of the human race
Mark Dent takes on the double standard with hormone flooding
Feminists insist that you believe Christine Blasey Ford and women like her. Philip Carl Salzman suggests a different response.
Paul offers some thoughts on rape liar Christine Blasey Ford
Paul with some reflections and observations on Bill Cosby, drug culture and the ever shifting definition of rape.