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.…

The miseducation of young men, part one

by Seth Joseph

We lie to young men. We do it so much and in so many ways.

Wishful thinking, perhaps? We all need that from time to time a polite side-stepping of the truth can be a necessary lubrication, an oil in grinding gears. But when it comes to women, and particularly what we teach about dating, the lies and half honest answers we feed our young men can do quite a lot of harm in the long term.

Letter to the badgers: Linda Fairstein’s famous quote

To All:
In a 1987 Penthouse magazine article, the most famous sex crimes prosecutor of all time, Linda Fairstein, said half of rape complaints were fabrications.
In the attached PDF of the article, you will find the takeaway quote on page 118.…

Feminist and social justice editions: Pournelle’s Iron Law of Bureaucracy

By Not Faber451

In George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the three super states Oceania, Eurasia and Eastasia are always at war with each other. The true purpose of the war is revealed near the two-third mark of the plot: the war exists to be a drain on manpower and resources, so living standards cannot improve in a way that will disrupt the current balance of power.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 23:Up, Up, and Away! Supermen are Disposable!

Good day on this Thanksgiving week for my fellow American readers! To get back into things I figured I might do something a little off the beaten path of what I  usually do which is break up shitty narratives made by feminists about the things we like and grant an honest criticism of something we all love: Superheroes.…

Sword and Glory – A game about male disposability

For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been playing a free mobile game called Sword and Glory. I guess it could be considered an RPG, because you have a number of choices regarding missions and gear, as well as quite complex perks and traits branching trees.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 21: Praise Unto the Golden LOLCow

Well this is gonna be fun, a piece on Clinton. How can I touch upon this specifically?  Do I do the recent issues with her emails? Nah- too easy. Do I attack her shit work as Secretary of State or Senator to New York? Mmmmm, tempting but no. I’m gonna dig into something that is a set up for a future article I have planned.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 20: Go Gaelic! The History of Samhain!

Blessed Samhain to all the happy readers of this website! Oh what did I say? Samhain (pronounced Sah-win) is the traditional holiday name of what most call Halloweeen or All Hallows Eve. I approach this since like I said in the previous article I am a Gaelic Pagan.…

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?…

Is the Media Biased for or against men’s rights issues?

Background

Many anti-feminists and (single issue or broad strokes) men’s rights activists consider the mainstream media to be biased against their causes. Coverage of issues predominantly affecting men are often carried out from a pro-feminist angle or derided altogether.