The red pill is a simple but difficult solution for a complicated blue pill problem, or at least says Paul Elam. This one is likely to stir the pot a little, but odds are good that all will survive intact, and in better shape for it.
Paul offers some final thoughts on the recent exchange with The Good Men Project, and some words of advice for CEO Lisa Hickey.
The movement is sometimes a place of internal friction. Well, make that often, regularly. At tmes we have to take moral stock of where we are and where we are going. Today seems as good a day as any for that.
As it turns out, the ethics of human societies are those they can afford. “Women and children first” is a group survival mechanism, it preserves the reproducers and the offspring at the expense of males. It’s the oldest deal in the book.
OK, so we have always known that Hugo was a bit scummy. It goes with the ideological territory. But even scummy has its limits, says New AVfM writer Mortimer Veritas
Like Dworkin before her, and armed with an education from Yale and Oxford, Wolf still can’t figure out why her sex isn’t selling. JtO points out the bloody obvious to Naomi.
For a man at Brown University, there will be no due process if you are accused of rape. The woman’s version will always be accepted over the man’s.
Tom Martin reveals that a culture of blatant sexism is being fostered in the prestigious London School of Economics Gender Studies curriculum.
Somehow, some way, B.R. Merrick has taken an issue we have recently beaten into the ground and breathed into it, new life, and we think, new meaning.
This article, which originally ran on TDOM’s blog, has been waiting in the wings during the debate. Readers can’t be denied any longer. TDOM drive it home, as always.