What was the question?

Eighty year old Giles Corey, accused of witchcraft in 1692 after questioning the word of the girls behind Salem’s witch hysteria, protested his accusation and trial with silence. In an attempt to make him talk the court ordered him “pressed.” This meant he would be laid on his back with a board on his chest, and rocks piled on top of the board until he gave the answer they wanted, or the weight crushed his chest.…

Happy Hallowhine

Halloween is a time when the scariest of monsters, the high-whining femshee, shows yet again that they will find any excuse to play the victim. They display a frightening level of idiocy, bemoaning the torture of an experience they don’t actually face as an example of their phantom concept, male privilege.…

Honey Badger Radio: Men’s issues conference–An orgy of misogyny!

The International Conference on Men’s Issues has come and gone, leaving confused and disoriented reporters bobbing in its wake.

Most of the press coverage cherry-picked for maximum drama and offence: painting the conference as a den of murderers and rapists out to steal all that’s good and wholesome in the world just to shove it in a hole and poop on it.…

Laci Green, the Confirmation Bias Machine

I really wanted to like Laci Green. We have a lot in common. We’re both Atheists. We both grew up in heavily religious families. We both did research on sex in our early teens, and we both have a preference for large dorky glasses. This practically writes itself as a resume for being someone I’d be down with, but there’s just one huge problem.…

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.

Suey Park and the White Devil!

In the past week a campaign on twitter moved to have the Colbert Report taken off the air. What started as a joke poking fun at obvious racism, turned into a move to take town a television show that a feminist activist found to be offensive. It should come as no surprise that feminists have again shown that they lack a real sense of humor.