Marching to be marching.
Motherhood is a drain and kids are a pain. Or so they say. As I’m sure you’ve noticed, motherhood isn’t as fashionable as it used to be in decades past. American females have made great strides, but according to Fed Chair and female Janet Yellen, we’re still being held back. We should be marching in the streets in pink p***y hats, demanding others treat us | Read More »
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There’s actually not much of a need to go out of our way to embarrass modern-day feminists, because they’ll do that on their own. After the Women’s March on Washington, the exhausted harpies in their p***y hats were quick to announce a planned “Day Without a Woman” strike, as Kira Davis wrote about here. Now we have a date, March 8, and the rules to | Read More »
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But I thought “Snippa” was an Ikea bookcase?
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Saturday’s Women’s March was preceded by a number of #WhyIMarch posts, then a variety of conservative #NotMyMarch rebuttals, then #WhyIMarch sur-rebuttals. Many of them had bits of merit, while a few were almost completely laughable. On both sides, women shared emotional, personal experiences. Some were filled with anger and blame, even from the conservative side. (Which is understandable, because blatant hypocrisy is difficult to watch.) | Read More »
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As I sat down in the theater to watch “Star Wars: Rogue One” on Christmas Day, a breaking news alert came through on my phone. George Michael had passed away. Whoa. Wow. 2016 had done it again. After a minute I thought, “Well, that should mean that Carrie Fisher is going to be okay,” as if the death of one entertainment legend would satisfy the | Read More »
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Today’s social climate is making men a dying breed.
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Position so anti-business that Bernie Sanders is thinking of buying it a drink and asking it what it’s doing later.
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Feminism is chock full of bubbles within which feminist ideology lives comfortably. It calls masculinity – the very thing that has kept the proverbial and literal wolves in the hills – fragile while demanding safe spaces, and lashing out whenever someone does something innocuous that they find offensive. To the feminists, they are a community of perpetual victims who at all times should be listened | Read More »
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“Either excuse the inexcusable, or demand reforms in cultures and religious doctrines that continue to oppress women.”
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