Breaking the Narrative Special 2: Breaking a Review with Kunio-Kun!

Hello everyone, hope you’ve had a good week coming to terms with the results of last week and are ready to delve into something we don’t usually do around here. Oh and I know I’m a couple of days late and all since my articles upload on Mondays but… since this is the nearest one to it, HAPPY BELATED INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY!…

Perfect Recipe for SJWs: The Real O’Neals (Review)

Very recently, I watched the last episode of Persons of Interest and needed something else to watch. Over the last few years, I’ve watched a lot of different things and starting to run out of things to watch. I started searching around and found a show.…

A Non-Feminist analysis – Ex-Machina (*Spoiler alert*)

Understand you’re about to enter the mind of someone who fell through the looking glass of a feminist and gynocentric world. After reading Warren Farrell’s ‘The Myth of Male Power’, I started to notice the men around me for real, for the first time ever.…

Disney Review #1: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

It has become quite commonplace for the folks who embody “girrl power” to criticize every bit of media in terms of whether girls are being aptly represented (to their standards, of course). It is especially common for them to chastise children’s shows, as the viewership is young and impressionable.…

A response to Chris Gethard

Recently, comedian Chris Gethard shared a message to “woman haters” and “ranted about the underground Men’s Rights Movement”—because apparently these two things are one in the same. His message and subsequent response to a response by Ramz Paul were so steeped in straw men and genuine misunderstandings that I decided to explain the problem with his line of thinking.…

Women finally experience shaming in marketing; feminist response is predictable

Lo and behold, the tables have finally turned. After the thousands of commercials aired day after day that mock and degrade men, portraying them as utter buffoons, as large children that cannot handle the most simple life task without the aid of their always intelligent and capable wife, we finally get to witness a commercial that makes a joke out of female bodily maintenance – even if it does utilize men as a comedic tool to make that joke.