I’m an oppressor for thinking promiscuity isn’t without risk. Continue reading Debate: Is it Oppressive to Argue that Promiscuous People (or ‘Sluts’) Face Risks?
I recently posted about feminists who seem like walking negative stereotypes. It’s only fair then that I flip that formula and look at someone who perfectly exemplifies the concept of “toxic masculinity.” I’m talking about MMA dufus “War Machine.” On … Continue reading ‘War Machine’: Toxic Masculinity Personified
Feminist Stereotypes – Privilege-obsessed, Man-hating Cults and Trendy Wannabe Witch Covens Continue reading Feminist Stereotypes – Privilege-obsessed, Man-hating Cults and Trendy Wannabe Witch Covens
Eventually I will write something about the UK now regulating “harmful” gender stereotypes out of commercials (Big Bro is watchin’ ya’!). However, I quickly want to share a piece of info I just learned while browsing Wikipedia: “Janine’s character [from … Continue reading When They Messed Up Janine from ‘The Real Ghostbusters’
Honestly, I never thought I’d blog a critique of Terry Crews. How could I disagree with the wisdom of the great President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho? How?! In fact, the video in question at least features Crews speaking … Continue reading Is Terry Crews Right? Do Men See Women as Not ‘All the Way Human’?
I was reading a little about feminism, and I realized how it ultimately calls for something like a universal basic income. I’m actually not against the idea. So, while I critique some views that fall under the broad “feminist” label, … Continue reading Universal Basic Income: Beyond the (Real or Imagined) Women’s Wage Gap
Across the internet, articles exist either defending or condemning the traditional male “provider role.” I’m going to try to address the issue objectively (though that’s what they all say, I’m sure). One article I just read defends it, but notes … Continue reading All This Talk of Traditional Male Provider Roles is Giving Me a Headache