Going through the Bible, we read about amazing women who made history. I have enjoyed reading about Sarah, Rahab, Ruth, Hannah, Bathsheba and Mary. There are so many lessons to learn from these women. 995 more words
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I’ve only just this week gotten around to seeing Disney’s ‘Maleficent’.
Let me say first, I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the plot, I thought it was well paced and nicely plotted (if a little bit predictable) and that the characterization was decent. 575 more words
Fox News host Jessie Watters channels Warren Farrell (and NWOslave) with inane comments on the government as a substitute husband
Welcome to the second installment of Misogyny Theater! In other news, I’m enjoying making these videos, and may do a couple more this week.
Today’s thoroughly horrifying monologue stars the megalomaniacal libertarian-MRA philosopher guru Stefan Molyneux, who is, as many of you already know, one of the scheduled speakers at A Voice for Men’s conference in Detroit later this week. 181 more words
Welcome to the first episode of Misogyny Theater, our new animated series, bringing you the best of the worst of YouTube misogyny.
In today’s episode, we revisit an old video from John The Other, also known as John Hembling, a fellow most of you already know pretty well. 274 more words
Paul Elam to A Voice for Men conference goers: Don't say terrible things about women in public, because someone might hear you
Let’s say, hypothetically, that you run a site that appeals to raving misogynists given to launching into violent anti-woman rants at the drop of a hat. 751 more words
[Not All] Redditors agree: "In 99% of societal contexts such as going to office, going to the supermarket ... etc, it is men who have to be continually afraid of women."
Oh, Reddit! Need another reminder that on Reddit, whiny lady-hating man-babies can be found outside the Men’s Rights and Red Pill subreddits? Take a look at this… 271 more words