A question of respect

A question I heard out of context today kind of crystallized for me an aspect of the #gamergate controversy, multiple men’s issues, and the difference in public response to incidents of domestic violence among famous people depending on whether the perceived perpetrator is male or female.…

Gamergate: Journalism as a Social Justice War game

Encyclopedia Dramatica explains Gamergate as one seedy game designer’s dramatic exposure of “wide scale collusion in the indie game industry, benefiting developers, reviewers, journalists, and everyone else involved. That is, everyone except for you, the gamer.”

That’s an adept description of the incident, and in short gives the reason why the discussion began and continues.…

Dear Feminists, FTHO

Since the May 23 killings in California, feminists have been trying to exploit the tragic deaths as political fodder by ignoring the reality of Elliot Rodger’s rampage and substituting their own.

Many women have participated in a hysterical rush to vomit hateful, male-blaming rhetoric interspersed with orgasmic renditions of female victimhood and helplessness.…

Zombie culture. It’s not alive, but it’s not dead, either.

It has come to my attention that feminists just don’t understand zombies. The group has been redefining the word zombie with looser and looser connotations, blurring the line between innocent people and the flesh-eating monsters we all fear, and using unmerited shaming tactics to silence people who disagree with their opinions.