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Feminism and Comedic Misandry on the Internet

Let me start by saying this: misandry is not a thing.  At least not in any serious context.  Misogyny is the end result of centuries of political and cultural domination of one powerful group over a less powerful group.   197 more words

I Use to Like Snickers

BOYCOTT! I was thinking of a log rant but instead I have a question. What do you think would happen if the roles were reversed? I hate to cause a spoiler (so spoiler alert if you want to watch the video first) because it might take some of the punch away from what this company did wrong but there would be complete and total outrage and the commercial would be removed from the airwaves for implying that all women are shallow, sexist, misogynistic, etc. 13 more words

Political Correctness


In all my years of exposure to feminism, and with the fractured nature of the movement as a whole, I’ve encountered a lot of different views. 607 more words

Natalie Talks

Helpless machine: this is what misandry looks like

“Every seventh murder on our planet occurs within families.

And in most cases it’s all men’s fault.

This ad is revolting. Here’s the setup. A machine is rigged to do three things. 165 more words

Men's Rights

Timeless Truth: Review of "A Love that Spans the Ages" (Emile Joseph)

Emile Joseph has written several short pieces for SydneyTrads over the years, mostly fiction for the young at heart and a few dissertations about the use and misuses of the English language. 702 more words


Feminist Fashion Picks

Is fashion feminist? Fuck knows. Probably not.

The fashion industry as a whole certainly isn’t. My impression of it was always severely undernourished girls walking down runways, objectified like bits of cattle. 314 more words


Former feminist Dr. Janice Fiamengo censored

Sponsored by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), former Feminist Dr. Janice Fiamengo was due to speak at the University of Ottawa yesterday, March 28, about men’s issues and the double standards of Feminism. 743 more words