British politicians like Karen Woodall are increasingly pushing ideological feminism into primary education. Karen Woodall challenges the notion that this is healthy or desirable.
One of the most wretched feminist abuses of children in history gets a well-deserved takedown by the delightful Julie Borowski.
As with domestic violence, the slur “like a girl” is seen as a gender-based assault on women alone. Ayami Tyndall explores how both women and men have their behaviors shaped by this phrase.
Paul Elam woke up and checked his email. The last thing he was expecting was an inquiry from three high school girls about sexism in the media. He answered them right away, and decided it was worth sharing with everyone.
Sometimes what looks like power and privilege is just a burden in disguise. Such is the lot of men who carry what some call a throne on their breaking backs.
Slut shaming becomes a whole new ball game when the “slut” is barely old enough to be in middle school. What are we to make of the highly sexualized young girls in modern western culture?