Today’s show: Ask the Badger. The previous Thursday, 11-6-2014, the Badgers main radio show had an episode of Ask the Badger. Given the time constraints, they were not able to get to all the questions they wanted to. As a result, we’ll be using tonight’s Badger Cave to get in a few more of those questions. The questions chosen are listed below.
I am your host, the Observing Libertarian, saying: Prepare yourselves as we venture into the Badger Cave.
What are the chances custodial communes will be enacted here in the States? Is Canada already whipping out the measuring tape and sizing up female cell blocks?
What do you think about men who are against women joining, representing, or speaking for the MRM? A common argument I hear is “I don’t need a woman to speak for me.”
I took an animation business class, and I was warned by some students that the teacher is very, very likely sexist against men. The students seem to be cool; however, I’m a bit worried. What do you suggest I do? The class is mandatory, BTW.
Do you agree that radical feminism is inserting fear in the minds of women just to expand their supporters and fanbase?
According to the Center for Children, mothers make up the majority of child abusers, yet it’s men who can’t stand next to kids in the park. And feminism remains conspicuously silent on the matter, opting to lay the blame for serial killers on deadbeat dads.
What do you think about alimony and should alimony be outlawed?
I can’t help but feel that the current most influential reason for the MRM’s gaining popularity is not so much out of concern for “male rights” but more so out of a direct response to people realizing that the feminist movement has turned into a movement so biased that I feel comfortable calling it a movement of bigotry.
How can anti-feminism reclaim the marginalized groups that feminists have co-opted in their quest for political supremacy?
Do you think forced abortion should be allowed if a woman rapes a man and gets pregnant?
What advice can you give me on a debating feminists in the public eye?