PC Culture: How NPCs are created

The weaponizing of political correctness against Americans’ recognition of the value of their human rights and personal freedoms relies on an interesting trick: It’s much easier to get people to believe a lie that’s a twisted version of a truth than to sell them on a blatant lie.…

How Alison Tieman became a woman kicked out of comics

In 2015 I was evicted from the Calgary Comics Expo and banned from all their conventions for a period of 10 years because(imo) feminist Sam Maggs decided she didn’t like me questioning feminism or advocating for men’s rights. For three years I fought back against my unlawful eviction, banning and blacklisting.…

Where have all the Yes-men gone?

by Fred Sykes

Back in 1981 I was working for a small advertising agency.  I didn’t work there long (longtime jobs are rare in advertising), but I do remember the boss well.  He was a dapper, carefully-coiffed, GQ sort of man.  He definitely looked the part of an advertising exec. …

“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.…

¡Fempocalipsis!

Traducción de un vídeo y un artículo de GirlWritesWhat:

Hubo un comentario en mi último vídeo que se burlaba de mi afirmación de que, a menos que cambie nuestra actitud, la sociedad acabará por llegar al… llamémoslo fempocalipsis. Es decir, que el feminismo terminará por contribuir al derrumbamiento económico y social.…

Comment to the National Post on Ryerson University lawsuit

The following is my coment under a National Post article “Men’s issues group taking Ryerson University’s student union to court over club status.”

It sounds like Ryerson University’s student union has taken a political position and defined “equity” to suit that position, rather than operate under a non-discrimination policy.…

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).

Rolling Stone has a journalistic ethics problem. Does their editorial staff want to fix it?

Mistakes happen. Learning from them is one of the ways we become better at the things we do. Most people strive for that, struggling every day to improve their work.

Some, however, choose instead to cultivate and build upon their blunders, spreading their ignominy around, much like a toddler finger painting on the wall with the contents of her recently filled diaper.…

To the abusive claim that Men’s Rights Activists don’t do anything but complain on the internet

One of the more common abusive, bullying tactics of feminists is to claim that MRAs only complain on the internet and don’t actually do things to help people.

This is an abusive lie on multiple axes, and looks like an attempt to change the subject from feminist lies about rape, feminist lies about sexual assault, feminist lies about child abuse, feminist lies about fathers, and feminist abusiveness toward people in general.…

Men “objectifying” themselves, loving it the whole time … and a social critic who hasn’t a clue.

Mark Simpson has a great article up at OUT about male sports stars strutting their loveliness for their adoring audiences, and guess what? They love it! They find it a source of power! How can that be? We all know that looking at someone’s body is teh heinous!!…