Feminism/ Male rights

The curious case of third wave feminists

Leftists sure do hate the straight white males of this world, who represent a system of oppression which they so vehemently oppose. However, they more staunchly despise members of their designated oppression groups, who dare to defy the defined boundaries which Leftists have condescendingly set out for them. Perhaps this is because the words ‘sexist’, ‘racist’ and ‘homophobic’… Continue reading The curious case of third wave feminists

Feminism/ Male rights

The Left’s latest uproar against Mike Pence

It recently re- emerged to public attention that Vice President Mike Pence, refuses to dine alone with women other than his wife. While the public concerning itself with such semantic details might seem unimportant, ‘progressives’ gleefully took the opportunity to virtue- signal by slamming Pence for his dining policy. Since private activities of the Vice President are considered among some… Continue reading The Left’s latest uproar against Mike Pence

Feminism/ Male rights

The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness.

The following isn’t an especially politicized article, or intended to push a ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ agenda. But, it makes a few valuable points on the topic of male issues, which require coverage in the modern era. Boston Globe, by Billy Baker, March 9, 2017: LET’S START WITH THE MOMENT I realized I was already a loser, which was… Continue reading The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness.

Feminism/ Male rights · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

How feminism betrays the interests of women

On the recent designated adherence day to virtue- signalling, man- bashing, myth- promoting nonsense (otherwise known as the ABC’s coverage of International Women’s Day), a common theme continued to come up (at least, for the ten minutes I could endure to watch their overtly manufactured garbage). “A man is not a financial plan” and “women must… Continue reading How feminism betrays the interests of women

Donald Trump/ Hillary Clinton · Election campaigns · Feminism/ Male rights

An interesting insight into the 2016 Presidential election

We can learn a lot from a recent play depicting the Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in which genders were switched. First and furmost, the play demonstrates that many of the feminist, pre- existing assumptions people had about gender were wrong. Additionally, the play reinforces what I’ve been saying for a long time:… Continue reading An interesting insight into the 2016 Presidential election

Feminism/ Male rights

International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air

“International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air”, Daily Telegraph, March 7, 2017: A HOST of prominent women have labelled the ABC’s move to boot male television and radio hosts off air tomorrow for International Women’s Day as “tokenism”. Sky host Peta Credlin, who permanently co-hosts an all female show with former NSW… Continue reading International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air

Feminism/ Male rights

Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?

“Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?”, Herald Sun, March 6, 2017: It made sense when 15,000 women marched in 1908 through New York City demanding voting rights and better pay. Now? These self-righteous nitwits in mortifying pussy hats have utterly lost their way, tripping over their own clogs of entitlement. Right now, thousands of… Continue reading Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?