Honey Badger Hangout: RAINN: Rape-Apologizing, Ideology-Negating Nasties!

Halifax has seen an invasion of “Don’t Be That Guy” posters that tell all men to not rape. An anonymous individual has illustrated the wrongness of that generalization with posters of their own. The posters turn the man-hating message of “Don’t Be That Guy” on it’s ear with slogans like “Just because it’s your baby, doesn’t mean it’s your trash” and “Just because it can fit your purse, doesn’t mean you can take it.” Feminists have predictably responded with outrage.…

DOUBLE STANDARDS – Feminism’s sorry record on the subject of rape

It’s not unusual in the gender discussion to hear someone claim that feminism is horribly understood, that it isn’t man-hating or gender-biased at all; it’s really all about equality – see, it even says so right here in the dictionary. How valid an objection is this?…

Honey Badger Radio: Sexual Assault in the Military

News

Loss of funding for family courts

Australian family courts are suffering due to lack of financial aid. More people are now representing themselves, leading to uncomfortable court sessions where both parties are questioning each other over the events that occurred.…

Honey Badger Radio: Sexual Assault In the Military

Having sniffed out yet another opportunity to shove shame down men’s throats till they choke, feminists are setting their sights on ending rape in the military.

As we all know feminists will handle this new experiment to remove rape from war—while keeping the killing—with their usual fairness and balance.…

Honey Badger Hangout: Anita you so cray!

Shout outs

Permutation of Ninjas is asking us all to email RAINN on March 15th to change their definition of rape to include the majority of male victims.

RAINN currently uses a definition of rape that excludes most male rape victims—in particular male victims of female rapists—RAINN then promotes statistics based on this definition, minimizing the extent and scope of sexual victimization of men and boys.…

HYPOAGENCY – “Pussy”, “bitch”, “harpy” and “girl”

The behavior of the terms “pussy”, “bitch”, “harpy” and “girl” in the language, including cultural strictures on their use, shows how deeply attached people are to female hypoagency, even those who insist they reject this patriarchal gender norm.…