Damsel power | HBR Talk 65

Join the badgers as we examine a power almost unique to women; the ability to leverage accusations of sexual misconduct for big payouts and political influence – featuring Karen Straughan, Lauren B, and Hannah Wallen. Tune in @ 7PM EST.

Opening monologue transcript
https://www.patreon.com/posts/23454568

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#FeministLogic

For decades, feminists have promoted a narrative deeming western civilization a “rape culture”┬áin which the female population at large is sexually dominated by the male population at large. While different subgroups of feminist ideologues use different wording to describe the concept, the overall narrative has a set of characteristics that are common to most of the descriptions I’ve come across from feminist sources, including that expressed by wikiproject feminism’s editors in wikipedia’s article on rape culture.…

Weaponizing women’s tears | HBR Talk 64

Join Karen Straughan, Lauren B, and Hannah Wallen on HBR Talk as we discuss the use of women’s tears as a weapon against male independence, men’s spaces, men’s pursuits, men’s interests… and masculinity in general.…

Inconvenient historical context = spam!

This comment was originally left under an article on PJ Media’s blog. The comment was up for several minutes before I decided to tweet a link to it.
Minutes after I shared it, it was reported as spam and removed from the article. As of the posting of this blog, that designation has been contested, and Disqus has marked it with the reply “
Thanks, we’ll work on getting this corrected,” but the site’s admins haven’t undone the spam flag, so here is the comment:

Interestingly, the “no-misgendering, no-deadnaming” policy was enacted shortly after MRAs began publicly discussing the backstory on feminism’s “toxic masculinity” narrative.…