Breaking the Narrative Episode 20: Go Gaelic! The History of Samhain!

Blessed Samhain to all the happy readers of this website! Oh what did I say? Samhain (pronounced Sah-win) is the traditional holiday name of what most call Halloweeen or All Hallows Eve. I approach this since like I said in the previous article I am a Gaelic Pagan.…

El Hámster de la Racionalización

Se suponía que hoy iba a hablar de algo completamente diferente, pero entonces alguien dejó un comentario en mi video sobre mujeres sexys que decía algo así:
“Hmm, tiene sentido. Me pregunto si en la era moderna hay gente capaz de ir más allá de sus impulsos al darse cuenta de que “este sentimiento no me es útil por el momento”, o si están tan esclavizados a sus impulsos como siempre.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 19: Something Spooky This Way Comes! Anita, You’re The Creeper!

Well, for once I’m starting to get ahead of some of the commentators. Sadly this means I have to watch a Feminist Frequency video straight up… Ok, UBlock is on…. my references are on my second monitor. Let’s get going and Hammer this in!…

Fuck you, Amy Schumer

We’ve all heard the feminist narrative on rape jokes, haven’t we?

According to feminist commentators and media, rape jokes aren’t funny. They have a whole narrative just on this one topic. Rape jokes, they say, are part of rape culture.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 18: Alright Kotaku, its your turn! Smack the #HipOfBabylon!

I’m going to be straight up on this, I’ve been dealing in matters of #GamerGate since a week before my son was born, so since early September 2014. The way I found out about it is because I was introduced to MundaneMatt via ReviewTechUSA. Feel how you will about those two channels but I’m setting the stage of how I’m approaching this article; as someone who has been hardline on ethical practices and anti-censorship when it comes to any form of media.…

On the official and social response to male rape victims

Maybe we should advocate for government authorities to treat a kick to the crotch differently depending on the sex of the victim. After all, it’s common knowledge that it hurts much worse for a guy to be kicked there… so kicking a gal in the crotch really isn’t that big of a deal, right?…

Is the Media Biased for or against men’s rights issues?

Background

Many anti-feminists and (single issue or broad strokes) men’s rights activists consider the mainstream media to be biased against their causes. Coverage of issues predominantly affecting men are often carried out from a pro-feminist angle or derided altogether.

Pussygate and Female Privilege

Donald Trump’s candidacy has been, to put it politely, divisive. Recently, an audio recording from 2005 was released in which Trump stated the following:

“It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 17: Graduating in Mentoring! Become the Great Teacher Onii-Chan!

Alright, about a month ago I showed several examples of video game mentors. I asked you for examples in the comments, and it wasn’t a complete botch.

You readers need to get a little more hands on with my stuff! I don’t think I ask for that much do I?…

Marital wallet rape is bad, mkay?

On September 16th 2016 Janet Bloomfield wrote an article called “There is no such thing as marital rape”.

http://judgybitch.com/2016/09/12/there-is-no-such-thing-as-marital-rape/

Now in the article the argument she makes is that even though it is possible to assault your spouse on the basis that “I do” does not include agreeing to domestic violence, “martial duties” however is part of marriage, and therefore it is a logical impossibility to rape your spouse, on the basis that contract includes consent to sex.…