Rant from Polecat cast 101

If you found reason to criticize the way Milo worded some of the things he has said about sex, sexuality, and his experiences, that’s understandable. Even he has acknowledged he was inarticulate, and that’s not really what I’m about to speak to.…

The importance of Georgia’s House Bill 51

What is GA HB 51?

As described in Sage Gerard’s recent article, Support GA House Bill 51 to secure due process in universities, this is a proposed law which would bar institutions of higher learning from substituting unbalanced on-campus hearings and penalties for the legal system in cases of alleged student sexual misconduct.…

Women’s march: #ButItsAboutEquality!

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the nation’s female population size is 156,964,212. Somewhere between 2.01% and 3.19% of that number participated in the 2017 Women’s March in various cities throughout the U.S. Granted, only 116928594 of the nation’s female population are over the age of 19, but there were also men and children involved in the march.…

Feminism’s fake news

The Huffington post recently decided to resurrect the story of John and Lorena Bobbitt. There doesn’t seem to be any compelling reason for this resurrection. Nothing new has recently occurred in the twenty-three-year-old case. Nothing remarkable has recently happened to either of the individuals involved in it.…

Are Sony and Mattel considering casting a rapist to play a role model for little girls?

According to Hollywood Reporter and Movieweb.com articles, Amy Schumer is being considered for the role in Sony’s live-action screenplay featuring Mattel’s iconic Barbie™.

The evolution of Barbie™ has been shaped over the years by feminist interests, as Mattel responded to complaints when aspects of the toy’s design and character were deemed problematic by various women’s groups.…

Hillary Clinton’s exposure reveals a disturbing inequality between the sexes

In 2014 a sex scandal exposed unethical collusion between games media and games industry connections, along with corruption within both the media and the industry itself, including fixed competitions, censorship, and an invasion by political factions bent on forcing their outlook on the industry’s consumers.…

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.…

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?…

Feminists don’t understand cake

Most people know the old saying, “You can’t have your cake, and eat it too.” The saying is a way of expressing that when one possible choice makes a condition impossible, you can’t expect to make that choice while retaining that condition.…

“Nice” feminism: How a hate movement uses its grassroots against men

NAFALT – not all feminists are like that – is a frequently offered counter to discussion about the hatred and bigotry that permeates modern feminist activism. It’s used to hold up people who identify as feminist, subscribe to feminist ideology, and support mainstream feminist organizations, but don’t consider themselves misandrist, as a shield to protect the movement from scrutiny.…