Tomi Lahren asserts her status as a low quality Thot-iana.
Over at Dalrock’s, Jassdzrive3: In one sense, isn’t it weak men who are part of the ultimate problem? Dalrock: Absolutely. And it is also true that weak men really are screwing feminism up. But the reason we are tempted to…
From time to time, the question of “herbivores” comes up in our discussion about gender issues. It can’t be avoided because it is so big in Japan. About two thirds of young men self identify as herbivore. What these men…
AN INTERPRETATION OF THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE (IF ANY) THAT AWAITS US GitHub joins Twitter on the death watch: “anti-harassment tools” means find new ways to attack men. It can’t have anything to do with actual harassment since no…
Oprah Winfrey is apparently running It’s Not You, It’s Men, a series of “discussions” regarding sex and relationships aimed at women. Among other things she’s promoting is the fallacy that once-a-week sex means that a couple is happiest. Said fallacy…
And then you’re a married one.
The Bear gets it correct on the first try!
Following the comments of my wee sister Cillhouette I find myself coming back to a question that has been on my mind for some time: Does female group-think make a mockery of democracy? Given in-group bias, female group-think is always…
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date;
Sometime too hot the eye of father shines,
And sharply is his cold glare chagrinned;
And any fair from fair sometime declines,
No chance for nature’s raging course untrimm’d;
Thus our eternal summer shall he shame,
Our lost possession of that fair hot bond;
Not shall Death drag me blithely in his aim,
The father bid your suitor stud abscond
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives he, and thus so long to thee.
– with major apologies to William Shakespeare