Weaponizing women’s tears | HBR Talk 64

Join Karen Straughan, Lauren B, and Hannah Wallen on HBR Talk as we discuss the use of women’s tears as a weapon against male independence, men’s spaces, men’s pursuits, men’s interests… and masculinity in general.…

Feminism’s worldwide daddy issues | HBR Talk 63

Join us on HBR Talk as we discuss feminism’s anti-father demonization strategy and their international use of it against fathers’ rights groups fighting for custody reform.

Opening monologue transcript
https://www.patreon.com/posts/23158813

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Title IX Update: Badgers discuss Betsy DeVos’s proposed policy changes | HBR Talk 62

Join the Badgers as we discuss several new due process protections with which Betsy DeVos wants to update Education Department policy on University handling of campus sexual misconduct allegations.

Opening monologue transcript
https://www.patreon.com/posts/22999084

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#International Men’s day, #Movember, & leading by example | HBR Talk 60

Join Anna Cherry, Karen Straughan, and Hannah Wallen as we discuss the upcoming holiday, International Men’s Day, and its theme, Leading by example, through looking at examples like the Movember foundation. Tune in @ 7pm Eastern

Opening monologue transcript
https://www.patreon.com/posts/22730778

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Facts vs Feminism, election edition | HBR Talk 59

Join Karen Straughan, Prim Reaper, and Hannah Wallen on HBR Talk for a post-election discussion on feminist misrepresentation of suffrage history. Tune in @ 7PM EST!

Transcript for opening video:
https://www.patreon.com/posts/22592529

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Tropes vs narratives – feminism’s duplicity | HBR Talk 56

Join Anna Cherry, Prim Reaper, and host Hannah Wallen on HBR Talk as we feminism’s narrative on victim tropes in fiction to their victim narratives regarding women’s real lives. Tune in @7pm Eastern!

Transcript for opening video
https://www.patreon.com/posts/22137709

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Tolerance for malicious #MeToo victim-signalling is barbaric

Realize… many, many bad people are bad because they respond to facing adversity – real or perceived – by trying to forcibly transfer it to some unwilling, innocent person, a scapegoat, instead of using their strengths or confronting their weaknesses in order to overcome it.…

Toe that line? Hell no! | HBR Talk 55

Join Hannah Wallen, Karen Straughan, and Prim Reaper as we discuss feminism’s narratives & attitudes regarding nonfeminist women, including their tendency to oppose women’s agency and choice when those women choose not to treat the entire male population as an abusive enemy.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 100! Confusing Interest with Consent? Fuck My Life…Wait Don’t!

This week my loving wife decided to bring a study we seemed to have overlooked to my attention.¬† Now while it hasn’t really gained traction yet it seems that some people have already decided to talk about it¬†this year. Now what does this study say for those who haven’t looked at the links?…