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Dangerous labels.

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My feeling is that labels are for canned food… I am what I am – and I know what I am. – Michael Stipe
If we randomly selected a thousand people from across the globe and lined them up, what we will find is that none of them will have the same thoughts, sexual orientation, religious background, understanding and so on.…

The Year in Feminist Idiocy

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Vice continued its crusade against truth and taste by publishing Chelsea G. Summer’s gleeful piece on “the new misandry chic.”
The article begins with a brief recitation of all the ways in which Western feminists gave men the finger in 2014, from the ubiquitous male tears mugs to “Etsy samplers emblazoned with ‘men are scum’” to the invention of Misanmas and the Misandrist’s Prayer.…

11-year-old boy commits suicide in Spain

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Commented translation of the suicide note of a Spanish 11-year-old boy. The case has been reopened.
Carmen González, the mother of the 11-year-old boy Diego, found out about her son’s suicide in a tragic way. She was supposed to go over some school lessons with him, but couldn’t find him in his room.…

Georgia’s Got Rape and Witch Hunts On Her Mind

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Georgia Tech is facing increased scrutiny for its use of the single judge, jury and executioner model to try rape cases, and may be changing its approach to accusations in the near future. The university has been embroiled in increasing controversy over the 12 students who have been expelled for sexual assault allegations in the last five years, two of which brought lawsuits to the school.…

Reforming Rising Sun Rape

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When men’s rights activists fight to get resources, the law and even the culture reformed for men who suffer from rape experiences across a wide variety of countries, feminism often stands in the way. Indeed, it could be and has been said that the gynocentric views feminism engenders serve to strengthen the apathy to achieving justice and closure for male rape victims.…

Seven blind feminists feel up an imaginary Elephant

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According to a survey carried out by top female executives in the tech industry, 60% of women in tech reported unwanted sexual advances. Of these, around two thirds say these advances were from a superior colleague. The survey called ‘Elephant in the Valley’ was inspired by the discourse surrounding the Ellen Pao & KPCB trial – in which the former sued her then employer, Kleiner Perkins...

Honey Badger Radio’s Upcoming Shows!

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Rantzerker 33: All the men hate the wimmins
Join Karen, Alison and TL;DR as they take on this… holy fucking fuck balls. THIS. The rage cannot be contained folks.
Special Guest: @TheRealTealDeer
Date: January 18th, 2016
Time: 2 PM Eastern
Responding to:  The Big Questions: Does Social Media reveal our desire to malign men?…

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