Just Say No


Commener Earl states,

An older than him already divorced actress who was a SJW in her youth and her mother was a social worker…didn’t grow up with a father the whole time because of divorce…talks about gender equality and identifies as a feminist.

I mean how much more proof do I have to give you he’s an idiot for missing about a thousand red flags.

Commener Yoda then stated,

Never marry an SJW one should.
A life of pain silly it would be

What would marriage to an SJW be like?  Especially if you are not dominant?

First of all, SJWs must virtue signal.  In fact, their whole identity can be built around this. Virtue signaling his all about posturing about your pet causes, often with little effort being expended to actually solve the problems associated with those cause.  Effort goes into posturing (often advocating the spending of other peoples money) which apparently generates the maximum feel goods without actually requiring contact with people that they don’t really want to be near.  Sacrifice is not required.

Yes indeed, sacrifice is not required.  Probably she would bring this to the marriage also.  More specifically, her sacrifice is not required.  Her virtue should shield her from such needs.  He, on the other hand, must sacrifice.  Since effective marriages are based on sacrifice of both and compromise by both, this is would not be a formula for success.

Furthermore, SJWs just don’t understand reality; particularly human nature.  If a man could just ignore all of the lunacy that comes forth, things could work out.  But alas, modern marriages as prescribed by Feminism are not as such.  Being dragged around fiscally, emotionally, mentally by a such a woman is no way to go through life.

Will she give you sex regularly?  Who knows?  Probably not.

What to do?  Steer clear.

Posted in beta bux, Dating????, FarmBoy, Feminism, HowTo, Marriage
127 comments on “Just Say No
  1. earl says:

    ‘Will she give you sex regularly?’

    Would the sex even be worth it if she’s everything else?

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Farm Boy says:


    For some fellas, yes


  3. Cheque d'Out says:

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  4. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cill, probably worth explaining what ‘Dagg’ means. I watched Neighbours at the amateur level one summer when it started. As a student I disciplined myself to wake at the crack of nine. That’s when the luvverly Kylie Show started in them days. So, I reckon that I know the significance of ‘Dagg’, others may not be so highly edermucated in subjects antipodean.


  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    ABBC exec’s Body language…


  6. Yoda says:

    So Dagg mean what it does?
    Wonder if Moe explain he can I do


  7. Yoda says:

    Ms. Markle’s Boobs not so big they are


  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another one banned from the Glorious British Republic

    3 1/3 hours to go to the speech


  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dagg == Tagnuts on a sheep


  10. earl says:

    ‘Ms. Markle’s Boobs not so big they are’


  11. earl says:

    Now that we got the boobs covered the second most important thing to scrutinize is the finger ratio.

    She’s right there.


  12. Spawny Get says:

    In pub drinking Kiwi beer Whakatu. Need pronunciation advice.


  13. Every man who marries a woman, marries an SJW.

    1% of women are able to control natural tendencies on their own, though they would rather have a man do it for them. Sadly, this 1% is imaginary.

    2% of women marry a man whose frame is strong enough to overwhelm the woman’s natural tendencies, while he is in close proximity and she’s perfectly happy with it then. When she’s just around other women, she’s straight up SJW.

    98% (yes it adds up, see above) are SJW 24/7/365, though they lie about it as necessary to gain men’s attention and/or resources, see Pettibone, Southern, et al.

    The royals don’t care about Harry/Markle (“Harkle”) since Harry is the son of the stable-boy, and they get to enjoy the diversity Pokeman points with no loss to their own bloodline.


  14. Spawny Get says:

    Princess Sparkle seems to be the favourite name. Seen Princess Darkle too.

    Not seen any enthusiasm over the marriage but then I try to avoid socialising with mongs.


  15. Yoda says:

    It is rumored that Meghan Markle has had breast augmentation so as to have a more appealing image which is a procedure many actresses believe is a necessary in their career. In her early age, Meghan is seen to have had smaller breasts which are something different with what we have seen lately. In her recent photos, Meghan is seen to have bigger, rounder and attractive breasts than they were years back which makes many people speculate that she has had breast implantation



  16. Yoda says:

    In pub drinking Kiwi beer Whakatu

    Beer exported from Wakanda is it not?


  17. I don’t why anyone should be upset with her for cashing this lottery ticket she found on the street.


  18. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous image this is


  19. Do they grow much grain in Kiwi-land, or does it have to be imported for beerish purposes?


  20. Yoda says:

    A man being fleeced he is
    So as a member of Team Man care we do


  21. Yoda says:

    Moehau Mans drink beer they do?


  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think that it was a malt beer. Wasn’t bad at all. If I see it again I will gain a second opinion (of my own). Snow was blowing straight in my eyes coming back from t’pub grrr


  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    It seems that Cill’s Draft Down Under *parpz* aka CDDU is not the only beer available.


  24. Yoda says:

    Just this week, Gallup and the Knight Foundation released their newest poll of college students’ attitudes toward free speech, and college women did not answer well on questions of protecting free speech. When asked how important it is to protect citizens’ rights to free speech, a very slim majority of women (51%) responded that it was “extremely important” compared to 62% of men.



  25. Yoda says:

    Sucking up to an SJW ever result in sex it does?


  26. Yoda says:

    Much of the reporting on the Khan trial has consistently omitted details pivotal to the jury’s findings. I assume this is to appease those espousing the sentiment that victims never lie and the court system is rigged against them. But the truth is the truth, and I refuse to be intimidated into silence by mob mentality.



  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Tommy video is a live feed


  28. Yoda says:

    THERE’S NO IQ TEST FOR BEING A POLITICIAN: Sign Referencing Civil War Hero Is Sexual Harassment, Says Massachusetts Lawmaker: Rep. Michelle DuBois wants to remove a statehouse sign that reads “General Hooker Entrance” because it is an affront to “women’s dignity.”

    But if there were such a test in Massachusetts, it would feature an IQ ceiling, not a floor. . . .

    Plus: “Of course, DuBois is positioning herself as a crusader against sex-based harassment and patriarchy. But attitudes like hers—which treat women as excessively fragile beings, and which posit that female ‘dignity’ is diminished by even so slight an association with sex work as walking under a door that says ‘hooker’—just props up old-fashioned and patriarchal ideas about sex and gender.”

    It would be easy to write an argument for restoring the patriarchy based solely on feminists’ statements about how weak, fragile, and stupid women are.



  29. Yoda says:

    Very excited the crowd is

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  30. earl says:

    ‘Gratuitous image this is’

    Good thing her fingers aren’t in the photo.


  31. earl says:

    ‘98% (yes it adds up, see above) are SJW 24/7/365, though they lie about it as necessary to gain men’s attention and/or resources, see Pettibone, Southern, et al.’

    If they are giving a woman they don’t know resources and to a less extent attention (she can’t really cash on that too much)…because she’s hawt and can repeat the same things men say…that’s their problem.

    Gratituous image this is.


  32. Yoda says:

    But it was not until the 1980s that scientists began to wonder if the digit ratio could be linked to more than simply being male or female.

    The first such study was conducted on women, and found a link between a short index finger — or more ‘masculine’ ratio — and female assertiveness



  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Check out the small print

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  34. earl says:

    ‘Sucking up to an SJW ever result in sex it does?’

    Only if she can misremember the context and events later and claim it was rape. #metoo

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    Yes indeed. A boy can also learn to sing, dance and to speak with a fake accent. Though meeting Julie Andrews of that era would be a pleasure indeed.

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  36. earl says:

    Perhaps Meghan had a ring finger reduction too.

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  37. earl says:

    Yoda, in order to get Gal you need to have a ring finger longer than your flip off finger. Hypergamy is a bane, friends.

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  38. Stephanie says:

    Just checking in Spawny, my relatives over there right now just said it started SNOWING a few days ago!!! LOL

    A springtime snow!!!!! Wow!!!! Hope you’re staying warm. It’s been off and on fairly hot here (up to 90’F sometimes this week!).

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  39. Stephanie says:

    “Snow was blowing straight in my eyes coming back from t’pub grrr”

    Ah!! Didnt’ see this comment!

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  40. Stephanie says:

    I do wonder how their marriage will turn out. He’s a wild card if anything lol… who knows? I like her, I don’t know why….


  41. Stephanie says:

    I guess I’m just rooting for them to have success. It’s so sweet seeing Prince William and Kate. Reminds me of the infinitely romantic Victoria and Albert.


  42. Yoda says:

    Yoda, in order to get Gal you need to have a ring finger longer than your flip off finger

    Applies to me this does not.
    Only three fingers have i do


  43. Stephanie says:

    I mean… they’re sooo cute and she’s having baby #3 very very soon!!!!


  44. Farm Boy says:

    Oh my goodness

    1984 was apparently a “how to guide”

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  45. earl says:

    ‘Never trust a white knight.’


    ‘Never trust a white knight. They might seem to be rock solid on many issues but as soon as you trigger their inherent blue pill weaknesses then they will throw you and your entire side under the bus in an attempt to prove their virtuousness to females everywhere.’

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  46. Yoda says:

    Royals seem to be “hair challenged” they are

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  47. earl says:

    ‘I don’t why anyone should be upset with her for cashing this lottery ticket she found on the street.’

    I got nothing against their union…a man is free to stick his foot in a bear trap if he wishes or discern a woman would likely be a good wife and mother to his children if he wishes.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Stephanie ; http://proverbhunter.com/proverb/cast-neer-a-clout-till-may-is-out/

    Accuweather said that the ‘real feel’ temperature here was -17C earlier. Getting down toward 0F.

    Put four layers of clothes on and walked to the pub…nice. Shame about the snow blown in the eyes on the way back. Should have taken some glasses / goggles.


  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sadly ‘May is out’ doesn’t refer to the saggy mess.


  50. Yoda says:

    Much global warming there is


  51. Cill says:

    Spawny 12:51 pm

    Whakatu is pronounced Fakatu

    The “a” as in Ah or haha.
    The “u” like the “o” in who.

    Whakatu is the old Maori name for the area where the town of Nelson now stands.

    As for Whakatu beer, I’m not sure I’ve tried it. The taste of most NZ beer is uncomplicated. My own CDDU tastes only of malt, hops and yeast. After lot of trial and error I got the balance right. The yeast-fart is crucial. If it doesn’t leave legs inside the glass, chuck it out. Beware legless beer.

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I got nothing against their union…”

    It’s more that it’s got ‘doomed’ stamped all over it from the start, or before the start to be more accurate.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    It was alright, I prefer something with a little more strength of flavour. Sadly the land lord doesn’t so much because those don’t sell as well in these ‘ere parts, moi luvver (Tarn bait).

    The draft beers are generally good though I prefer Old Hooky that I can get delivered cheaper than buying a pint in the pub (£2 a 500ml (American ‘pint’) bottle vs £3.60 for 568ml (Imperial pint)).

    The previous example of flavour based discrimination was Czech Staropramen lager on draft (bottles are widely available in the UK). It was lovely (I’ve liked it for years) but next time I went back he had a 4% abv Staropramen brew instead. S’alright, I guess, but no real character or bite to it. Budvar (the real, legit Budweiser ‘King of Beers’) is another favourite though it did tend to give me headaches the next day. Which is better than Newcastle Brown that gives me the…enough of that! Moving back to the original subject

    Thanks for the pronunciation, I shall the bar man that I was right. I guessed the beginning but didn’t know it there were tricks in the rest. I found the Nelson bit but the wifi was crap and the Kiwi pronunciation sites didn’t give me anything to work with.

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rumour is that Will has some disappointing opinions (a la dad). Rumours as far as I am concerned because I don’t care enough to find out. Queenie (And Phil) is/are fine but after that? Nah.


  55. Yoda says:

    That lesson is this; there are some things that women shouldn’t do. There are some things women can’t do. One of these is construction.

    Though MCM is owned by five brothers, a lot of people one rung down the ladder from them are women. Some of the construction workers are even women. How ironic is it then, that earlier this month, MCM was slapped with a lawsuit for hiring “incompetent, inexperienced, unskilled or careless employees.”

    Leonor Flores, FIU alumna, and MCM project exec says her number one priority when building bridges is to make sure they look pretty. Nothing else matters


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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Now this has ‘useful’ written all over it


  57. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    all that science, and not a word on which is better for finding the g-spot.

    how useless…


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  58. earl says:

    Women build bridges to look pretty.

    Men build bridges so they don’t collapse.

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:


  60. Cill says:

    These engineering disasters are going to become more common as affirmative action replaces competence, and feminism and diversity replace the rigor and discipline of the patriarchy.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

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  62. Cheque d'Out says:

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  63. Cheque d'Out says:

    Corbynista’s poll goes awry


  64. Cill says:

    As you observed a while ago, Jerry is not very bright.


  65. SFC Ton says:

    Sooo I looked at that finger ratio deal.

    What does it mean when you can’t straighten out your hand well enough to measure that shit?

    Seems to me those types of things are for guys with office jobs.

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pretty sure that we know how the finger thing would measure out for The Mighty Ton. I wouldn’t fret about the highly predictable calculation.


  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Somewhere near Chuck Norris, I reckon.


  68. SFC Ton says:

    Men build bridges so they don’t collapse.
    The great ones do both

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  69. SFC Ton says:

    I habe to wonder how much merit the finger ratio has.
    Seems like there would to many variables when taking measurements.


  70. SFC Ton says:

    And to be clear, I am guilty of the same kind of thing.

    I like bull dogs’ rear legs to be just slightly longer then the front because casual observation and folklore tells me they have more power when then jump on prey but I know I never measure any two dogs excatally the same way


  71. earl says:

    I doubt the finger ratio has much merit to anything. It’s one of those amusing sphere things brought up some people take way too seriously.

    It’s along the lines of ‘her elbows are too pointy’. Nobody really cares about her hands.


  72. earl says:

    ‘These engineering disasters are going to become more common as affirmative action replaces competence, and feminism and diversity replace the rigor and discipline of the patriarchy.’

    Might have to start throwing that back into their empowered faces.

    “Patrarichy might be evil, but at least the bridges they build don’t collapse and kill people.’

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘ The Finger Book’ iirc has loads of correlation plots of the ratio to…loads of things. Some are plausible line fits others are ‘draw a line through a potato’. The ratio is affected by the amount of testosterone the foetus is exposed to in the womb. Apparently.


  74. Yoda says:

    Modern SJWs this is

    “The Lottery” is a classic short story written by Shirley Jackson in 1948. It’s the tale of a rural, farming community in America of about three hundred residents. The town seems normal by all accounts as it prepares for a traditional, harvest-time event known as The Lottery.

    * * * * * * * *

    Then in the 1990s, something started to change dramatically in how her students responded to the sobering tale. Rather than being horrified by it, some claimed they were bored by it, while others thought the ending was “neat.”

    When Ms. Haugaard pressed them for more of their thoughts, she was appalled to discover that not one student in the class was willing to say the practice of human sacrifice was morally wrong! She describes one interaction with a student, whom she calls Beth:

    “‘Are you asking me if I believe in human sacrifice?’ Beth responded thoughtfully, as though seriously considering all aspects of the question. ‘Well, yes,’ I managed to say. ‘Do you think that the author approved or disapproved of this ritual?’

    “I was stunned: This was the [young] woman who wrote so passionately of saving the whales, of concern for the rain forests, of her rescue and tender care of a stray dog. ‘I really don’t know,’ said Beth; ‘If it was a religion of long standing, [who are we to judge]?’”



  75. Yoda says:

    “I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted. I meant no disrespect to any individual or group. And I want to look to the future as much as anybody,” Clinton wrote.

    The wording is key; Clinton isn’t actually sorry for what she said. She’s sorry for how insulted you were by it (but that’s definitely your fault)



  76. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    just waiting for the grim reaper. you?


  77. Yoda says:

    According to Variety, The Crown producers attributed Matt Smith’s higher salary to his “‘Doctor Who’ fame.” As an actor who had recently skyrocketed to stardom by being on a wildly popular TV show, Matt Smith was in a position to ask for a large salary. Claire Foy, a relatively unknown actress at the time, was not in such a position. Even so, creative director Suzanne Mackie said, “Going forward, no one gets paid more than the Queen.”

    There’s a problem here. In general, the determining factor deciding an actor’s salary in Hollywood is his or her fame. The more famous the actor, the more likely the audience will be to come and see the show. This allows actors to ask for higher sums of money after they’ve appeared in popular shows and movies. Saying that whichever actress plays the Queen will automatically receive more money than her co-stars implies that the actress’ femaleness is somehow deserving of financial reward.



  78. SFC Ton says:

    He gets closer very few days.


  79. Yoda says:

    Hope not I do


  80. Yoda says:

    First transgender activists made a splash when men identifying as female invaded the women-only pond on Hampstead Heath.

    Now feminists have hit back by attending a men-only swimming session in protest over proposals that would make it easier for people to change gender.



  81. Yoda says:

    Women’s Day? If it were about celebrating people who faced unusual hardship, we should be celebrating “teacher overlooked me, because I was born with a penis” day.

    All this day is doing is convincing people who frankly have nothing else to be proud of that the most special part of them is their vagina. Do we really need more of them holding up placards in public about how their vaginas are special, as though they had achieved some kind of attainment for being born with one? Do we need more people telling us that awards for literature, film, or anything else should “celebrate women” again, as though being born with a set of sex organs, by itself, made you special



  82. molly says:

    Yoda your link at 4:40 am

    “Women are special enough. Ours is the ability to give birth to and nurture life and future generations. In addition to that, many of us can compete in sciences and arts and professions, at least as well as men.”

    Pulease. Give birth.. nurture life and future generations.. compete in sciences and arts and professions at least as well as men.. Hey! I molly give actual birth and I’m not better than y’all! I promise! A rabbit is as good as me lol
    (almost better eh)

    Heh heh

    (P.S. I love babies)

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still at it.

    Liked by 1 person

  84. earl says:

    That little snipet of being as well as men…that’s your feminism right there.

    I don’t want a woman to be as good as a man…I want a woman to be good as a woman. I want men to be good as a man.


  85. Yoda says:

    Give birth.. nurture life and future generations..

    If identity as a woman, do this I can?

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  86. Yoda says:

    “The foreskin is collected during circumcision and the stem cells are then harvested and extracted through a centrifuge,” she told THR. “I am always very mindful to explain radical serums and potions that I carry in my back bar, so I always explain that EGF is derived from newborn baby foreskin, but cells were taken and from that, new cells are cloned from a laboratory.”

    These celebrities have nicknamed it a “penis facial,” but not because of the foreskin. They call it that because of the, well … the smell



  87. earl says:

    Yoda, we all know feelings are true and the lack of a utuerus and ovaries is just mansplaining and a social construct of the evil patriarchy.

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  88. mgtowhorseman says:


    Now there is a great idea.

    The Liberals can advertise for Justin in TigerBeat or whatever the modern version is.
    “Oooo. Lets vote for him, he’s sooooo dreamy!!”

    (Then again thats the same thinking twenty somethings used to get us into this mess)


  89. earl says:

    ‘You don’t need game in marriage.’


    ‘The upshot is that marriage has been effectively demonised by these adult boys. They point to the horrible marriage statistics and the huge numbers of broken homes and cast-out husbands. And for any young man those numbers are indeed sobering. But the numbers don’t tell the story of the broken institution of marriage; they tell the story of broken men.’


    ‘A precondition of a successful marriage is that you have made a man of yourself.’


  90. earl says:

    ‘As a boy it is your responsibility to become a man, in spite of all the hurdles placed in your path. In fact, the hurdles help make the man. This responsibility is to yourself, but it is also to society. Marriage as an institution does not exist for men and women. It exists to protect and nature the children of such a union. As a man it is your responsibility to ensure that you are equipped as well as you can be in order to do your part to civilize and guide the following generation.

    Marriage is very tough for men right now which means that the stakes are even higher. There is no point complaining about the decline of Western civilization if you have voluntarily opted out of the process because you find it all too hard. But perhaps this is as nature intended. After all, more than 80% of men who have ever lived have not passed on their genetic code through siring children.

    And what if you do make a man of yourself, you find what you think is the right woman but you still end up divorce raped? There are no guarantees in life. If you want guarantees then join the Communist party. Men understand that and we still knowingly take the risk because that’s what men do. Adult boys unknowingly take the risk and then complain about the outcome.’


  91. SFC Ton says:

    Got to pay the cost to be the boss Mater Yoda

    I was the boss. Now I am paying the cost.

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    Beta factory confirmed


  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Please understand my need for something funny.

    BREXIT and the country has been betrayed.

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

    From yesterday’s Tommy speech at Speakers’ Corner (that has not been mentioned in the MSM AT ALL)

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  95. Yoda says:

    Veteran Hollywood filmmaker Steven Spielberg weighed in on the anti-sexual harassment campaign, Time’s Up, calling it a watershed moment for the entertainment world and beyond.



  96. Yoda says:

    St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul, Minnesota, canceled a leadership conference last fall because too many of the scheduled speakers were white.



  97. Yoda says:

    For much of his adult life, Galloway was a golden boy of Canadian literature—earning almost a million dollars in book advances, and becoming chair of the University of British Columbia’s prestigious creating-writing program when he was still in his 30s. But the golden era ended abruptly in 2015, when UBC suspended Galloway, following the internal circulation of allegations that he’d sexually assaulted a student.

    The university’s move, announced in such a way as to suggest that Galloway might be a violent sexual predator who still terrorized the campus, made national headlines. Galloway became suicidal, and was involuntarily institutionalized by authorities in the United States, where he was traveling at the time. Back in Vancouver, UBC deputized the ringleader of the school’s anti-Galloway’s faction to recruit students who might provide yet more allegations against the former department chair. Galloway’s world seemed to be disintegrating.

    Instead, it was the case that fell apart. A former British Columbia supreme court justice whom the university had commissioned to investigate the allegations determined that the worst Galloway had done was conduct a consensual affair with a middle-aged UBC creative-writing student. Much of the criticism began shifting to the university administration. The summary dismissal of Galloway (who was formally terminated in 2016) now looked like a panicky PR move by a university that recently had botched an unrelated sexual-assault controversy.

    Enter Atwood, who added her signature to a web-published open letter “seeking clarity and fairness in UBC’s handling of the Steven Galloway case.” That letter did not pronounce on Galloway’s guilt or innocence, and confined itself to addressing the procedural shortcomings surrounding his treatment. Nevertheless, it immediately became an object of fury among Galloway’s critics, who cited it as proof that CanLit’s upper crust was circling the wagons in defence of a friend. Rak herself wrote a manifesto attacking the open letter, which she said left her “shocked and appalled.”



  98. Yoda says:

    There’s a hearing scheduled for today at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) which should bear watching. Lake Ingle, a senior at the school, is set for a showdown with Dr. Allison Downie, his professor in Special Topics In Christianity. She kicked Lake out of her class a while back for being “disruptive” and disturbing his classmates during a discussion of “white male privilege, systemic male sexism and mansplaining.”



  99. RichardP says:

    @earl: ” Marriage as an institution does not exist for men and women.”

    Can you clarify that please. God made Eve for Adam because it was not good for him to be alone. Sounds like God’s institution DID exist for the man and the woman. Although there was the expectation added that the two would become one flesh – presumably in the form of a child, rather than through crawling into each others’ skin.


  100. Cheque d'Out says:


  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sargon ^^^^^^^


  102. earl says:


    You’d have to ask Adam at his blog about that. That was his writing.


  103. Yoda says:

    Yoda, we all know feelings are true and the lack of a utuerus and ovaries is just mansplaining and a social construct of the evil patriarchy.

    So have babies I can.
    Good this would be


  104. earl says:

    I voted for Trump…and depending on who runs in 2020…I’ll probably do it again.

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:


  106. Yoda says:

    One of the ideas that has circulated endlessly for years is that women aren’t interested in nice guys, but they do love jerks. In all fairness, this idea didn’t just spring full-blown from nothing into an entrenched dating trope. This concept is a regular theme in movies where the love interest is dating the biggest douche on earth at the start of the movie before the “nice guy” hero inevitably steals her away. Moreover, there are more than a few men, mostly ones who think of themselves as “nice guys,” who believe they’re “different” from the average guy. After all, they’re nice and wonderful and caring while they think the average man is an uncaring jerk who just wants to trick a girl into sex before he takes off out the window with $20 worth of cab fare he stole out of her purse.

    The problem with letting this idea stand unchallenged is that it gets men going in the wrong direction. There are guys thinking, “What kind of world is it when I have to be a jerk to get a woman to like me?” or alternately, “Well, I don’t really want to be a d*ck, but if that’s what I have to do to get laid….” and it’s all crap. It’s false. It’s just BS


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  107. SFC Ton says:

    Someone is trying to rebuild the mound

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  108. Yoda says:

    The Care2 Petition urges Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Smith to “show that they stand with women and do the right thing,” while asking the actor and streaming giant to donate the difference in Smith’s pay to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund.

    The Crown drive — which was near 22,000 signatures of its goal of 25,000 — comes two months after a similar petition urged Mark Wahlberg to donate the $1.5 million more that he made during reshoots for All the Money in the World after news broke that his co-star, Michelle Williams, received a mere $1,000 for the same work. (Wahlberg and his agency, WME, would eventually donate $2 million to the Time’s Up fund.)



  109. RichardP says:

    Shaming people into paying everybody the same wage … coming soon to a country near you. What would the founding fathers say about this “improvement” to capitalism? Testosterone chases exceptional rewards. When the rewards are no longer exceptional, testosterone goes fishing.

    What a wonderful world that will be, when most of the testosterone has gone fishing.

    (I suppose there’s a joke in there somewhere about testosterone looking for fish that need bicycles, but I meant real fishing.)

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