Why does feminism absolve women of their sins? Why are female rapists and abusers simply erased from existence?
What are the signs that a system of belief is a religion? Noah Murphy takes a look.
Anthony Weiner and I have at least one thing in common: We’re both men. A politician’s manhood is under intense scrutiny, in the midst of a misandric culture. Therefore, I do not wish to remain silent.
Above almost all other social entities, religious men rank at the very top in the dogma of mindless male servitude. And while there may well have been a time when the adherence to this position was practical, even laudable, the time for it has passed.
To raise children sexlessly is to separate them from their sex needlessly and pointlessly.
The Victorian “angel in the house” is still alive and well in today’s world and nowhere does this appear to be more true than in the churches today. Never pausing for a brief moment to consider that the cherished idea of chivalry and men as soldiers allows women to live in a civilized world with special perks, the declaration of women as the more civilized & moral sex is shouted from many a pulpit today.
The only women who are going to be invited to the peace negotiating tables are women who can be just as ruthless, uncaring, spiteful, greedy, and violent as the men who are sitting there. In short, the really nasty sort of feminists. To be more specific, not the sort of women who are truly anti-war.
It’s important in any political movement to keep in view those things which unite us. The reason for this is not to define a Dogma, or to enforce membership adherence to predefined views. The reason is to make sure we never lose sight of why we are doing this in the first place. Fair enough, you may …