Breaking the Narrative Episode 15: Cosplay is not Consent? Then Why Did You Jump On Me?

So since the past few years have seen a lot of signs talking about cosplay, slut shaming, and groping at various geek culture conventions. I couldn’t help but poke my head into this because of my own experience. Full disclosure here, I have been going to anime conventions since 2003 when I was 17 at the first Ikasucon in Cincinnati, Ohio.…

Is there Racism While Driving?

A few months ago, a study came out trying to measure Racial Discrimination among Police Searches of Motor Vehicles. In this study, they  not only measure traffic stops, but also how often vehicles were searched and how often contraband was found.…

Did The Young Turks nearly come over to the Men’s Rights side?

By Deecosis

Like many others with the start of Anita Sarkesien’s series “Tropes vs Women in Video Games” I finally noticed that smell of bullshit coming from feminists and this pushed me to YouTube channels like Thunderf00t and HoneyBadgerRadio.

Reddit Father’s Story Reveals Interesting Societal Bias

The popular TIFU (Today I Fucked Up) subreddit often contains light-hearted stories like teens who don’t know their own strength accidentally shoving milk all over a Wal-Mart employee or a well-intentioned Apple Watch feature delivering a nasty zing to a friend every hour.…

Kristen Stewart and the Gossip Machine

If you’ve been following social justice looney tunes over the last few weeks, you may have heard of an Oscar campaign to promote diversity in lieu of a perceived lack of non-white nominations this year and the Kristen Stewart quote that spread around the Internet like wild fire in its wake.…

Feministo + Collaborators; teaching journalists on how to bias their reporting

Use the Right Words” is an unfocused and poorly researched guide giving highly questionable advice to journalists reporting on sexual violence. Published by Feministo & collaborators, the document includes a highly biased list of Do’s and Don’ts as well as advice on finding and interviewing victims and tips for journalists who encounter sexual violence.…

“An act of love”

The following article is an English translation of an original article by El Tivípata, a Spanish blogger specialized in antifeminism. Originally published on 13th December 2015. Published with his explicit permission. Link to the original in Spanish:

http://eltivipata.blogspot.com.es/2015/12/un-acto-de-amor.html

Sometimes, the Fourth Estate (the media) should be considered the first when it comes down to influencing the public.…

Is Iceland as egalitarian as the U.N. thinks?

On January 14th and 15th there will be a men’s conference at the UN. Sounds greatfinally men will get a voice, right? Right … ?

It sounds good until you hear that the #HeforShe spokeswoman is working with Iceland in hosting this.…

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.…