Breaking the Narrative Episode 110: A Red Comet’s Brightest Burn. A Character Review of Char Aznable in Zeta Gundam.

Now that I’m back from dealing with a week of birthday nonsense, lets get back to analyzing characters from Zeta Gundam! Why you may ask? Simply enough, there is a lot of content that to analyze from this classic series that can relate to today’s political tribulations. …

Breaking the Narrative Episode 94: People Make Mistakes? Nah….REALLY?

Alright, I didn’t want to have to do this bit but considering what is swiftly approaching I think I better tackle this now before things get even more idiotic. Everyone and their mother has likely heard about Mundane Matt’s fall from grace as being found out as a false flagger, discovered on Ethan Ralph’s killstream.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 67: Rewriting an Article the Next Day Won’t Save You From Me!

Today I’m going to cover another article about gun control. This time I won’t rehash statistics that I’ve covered before, because that’s not how I’m approaching the argument this time. So who am I tearing apart this time?…

Feminism: Kills sperm dead

Western men’s sperm counts are down. Scientists suspect chemicals, but could feminism’s demonizing narrative be a factor?

Toxic masculinity is a buzzword created by feminists to facilitate blaming men for the external pressures to which they are subjected, most often by the very systems and social attitudes that feminists themselves support and exploit.…

Different Names, Same Pain

Every day, I wake up

Every day, I hear the same two words uttered in different ways


Every man

All men


What follows next is not always the same

But in the end they have the same hurtful meaning





And when someone utters the words not all,

they get called different names with the same pain intended





Every day I hear what they proclaim that I am taught

Taught in the name of a privilege derived from a penis


Raping 101

Blood Spilling 101


Yet people wonder why I shun the names they embroider on their hats

When all I am told is that I am the source of a problem I never caused





What crimes have I committed in this world that deserve such scorn

When the only crime that I am guilty of is being born with a penis





My whole life I spent without a father, and yet I still had male influences

But each day, the lessons I had learned remind me what I am not





Each day I step forward, I step forward as myself

As a human that loves and not as a monster that hates





Each day I do not stay my hand because I do not strike to cause pain

I reach my hand out to give hope to those that need it





And each night when I go to bed, the words still float in the wind

All I can feel for those that spill the verbal bloodshed is not hate





All I feel for them is pity to hold such useless fear and anger towards men

When I can see them becoming the monsters they wish existed in me

– Jacob S.…

It’s Press the Press week at Honey Badger Radio!

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Rantzerker 16: Satirist McCaskill strikes again!

On the Colbert Show Satirist McCaskill satirized the idea that feminists such as herself hold authoritarian views on censorship. Now she’s gone on MSNBC to plant yet another satire bomb!…

It’s Die CISA scum week at Honey Badger Radio


Badgerpod Nerdcast 55: Cyberpunk!

Join the Honey Badgers as we discuss

Host: Brian Martinez

Participants: Rachel Edwards, Hannah Wallen, Geek Variety aka. Radio Voice Guy

Date: November 1st, 2015

Time: 5 PM Eastern

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Nerdrevolt 36: Die CISA-scum!

Join the badgers as we discuss  CISA and the threat to internet anonymity, Breibart Tech and South park getting a little wristy.…