Spirituality and sensuality; A father and daughter’s journey through art

by Alex Tinsley

First off I’d like to thank all of those who viewed my last article on this site positively! It has encouraged me to write more based off my knowledge of Japanese culture, how its evolved, and how it invalidates contemporary feminist narratives.…

Why Feminism Despises Japanese Culture.

by Alex Tinsley

In the time since the rise of #GamerGate a lot of those critical of feminism and its practices may have noticed that they have tried their best to remove many aspects of Japanese culture from our own, aspects that have been introduced through both video games and anime.…

An Afghanistan veteran’s thoughts on the draft

The genesis of this piece was to reach out to the Honey Badgers with some of my thoughts on women in “Combat Arms” Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) and the draft.  While inspired by the /pol/ cast 01 episode, I wasn’t so much responding to any specific argument but wanted to share my perspective as a former Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) and a veteran of the Afghan war.  …

Richard Dawkins de-platformed for sharing wrongthink

By Shachar Haad

Last Wednesday (27 January), Richard Dawkins, an English ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and writer, retweeted a satirical video that made parallels between the Feminist Movement and the Islamic culture. As a result, Dawkins was uninvited from speaking at the Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism, as the event planners believed the video was in made in poor taste and reflected poorly on the conference itself and what the intended audience might make of it.…

Feminist Religion

by Theryn Meyer

Epistemology is the study of how we come to know what we know, especially with regards to its limits and validity. Throughout history there have been two leading, often competing and conflicting, epistemologies – science (based on the scientific method) and religion (based on faith).

In defense of straight men, from the perspective of an introverted fag.

By Tomás Allende Conte

I realized I was gay twice. The first time around the age of 10. To put this in context, we are talking about Chile in 2001. Homosexuality had been legal for only 3 years, and it wasn’t very widely accepted. I told my parents who, understandably, proceeded to convince me it was a phase, and since the lie was easier to believe, I complied.…

Consent, part 1

We constantly hear talk about consent, usually in reference to YES means YES. As most of you reading this probably know YES means YES is terrible standard for consent. We are just in our criticism of it. But if we are to effect positive change in relation to rape & sexual assault we should discuss consent and the different standards of consent.