Category Archives: feminism and men’s issues

My Thoughts on Roe Vs. Wade

I’ll preface with the usual “I’m not an expert” disclaimer. I’m neither an expert on pregnancy, abortion, Constitutional law or state laws – but I am an expert on my own opinions, which are based on what little I do … Continue reading

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Male to Female Surgery to Include Brain Reduction

Currently, 17 US states will legally change a person’s gender, on his birth certificate – but only with documentation that gender-reassignment surgery has been performed. For example: Does the state allow a gender marker change on birth certificates? New Mexico: … Continue reading

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Choose Your Poison

I just received a notification from Change.org of a new petition. Here’s the first paragraph of the email: Phoebe Gooding is a BIPOC female farmer in North Carolina. She was recently nominated to the Durham County Soil and Water Conservation … Continue reading

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This Is Why Everyone’s Mad at Burger King Right Now

The BestLife Online headline reads “This Is Why Everyone’s Mad at Burger King Right Now,” but upon further inspection, we read: But the damage was already done. Twitter users replied accusing Burger King of using sexism as clickbait, and explaining to … Continue reading

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Racists Have Larger Dongs Scientists Say

Ladies who value a large man-package might consider mining the SPLC’s Hatewatch list for potential partners. Yes, it’s true! Racists have larger peckers. Some ladies already instinctively know this, as Glamour points out: Help, I Can’t Stop Hooking Up With … Continue reading

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I’m Back from Vacation

It’s not even six o’clock in the morning, so why am I writing a post at this ungodly hour? It’s because I’m jet-lagged; my body thinks it’s ten o’clock in the morning. That’s the time in Dominican Republic, where I’ve … Continue reading

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Do we need a mensch in the White House?

Mensch: A Yiddish word that means (roughly) “gentleman.” I got this from a relative recently: Rabbi Michael Beals: “The story I’m about to share with you about Joe Biden is special — in fact, I’m fairly certain I’m the only … Continue reading

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Quartz’s new hero: A female serial killer

We’re accustomed to reading tales of female heroes who break the Glass Ceiling, and challenge men by becoming successful and powerful. But why settle for this hackneyed trope when other, alternative hero-figures are available – specifically, the female serial killer. … Continue reading

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Gold-diggers complain: Not enough sugar-daddies

Thanks to my friend Diversity Chronicle for sending me this gem from The New York Post: Broke men are hurting American women’s marriage prospects There’s a devastating shortage of men who have their act together, according to a new study … Continue reading

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Islam is RIGHT about women

I found this on Quora, and I’ll quote the one who posted it, one Caleb Beers: This question is great! For those of you not in the know, “Islam is right about women” is a statement that is designed to … Continue reading

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