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Conservative writer Kevin Williamson says abortion is murder, therefore we should murder women who do it.

Don’t start with the logic.

What strikes me most about this case is that it serves yet another example of the expression of extreme, dogmatic anti-feminist (and at their core, anti-women) views with utmost confidence, self-righteousness and shameless hypocrisy.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/09/28/national-review-writer-argues-women-who-have-had-abortions-should-be-hanged/

My Misogyny, My Rape

There has been a lot of talk this week about rape, on Facebook and around the internet. I somehow manage to stay out of these discussions when they occur. 1,258 more words

Why the hierarchy of dead women and girls?

Like anyone else, I am saddened to wake up to the news that a body has been found in the search for 14-year-old Alice Gross… 384 more words

Male Violence Against Women

Alexander Pope's Evident Misogyny in The Rape of the Lock

During the height of satirical workmanship, Alexander Pope writes in response to an actual situation that occurred to the detriment of Mrs. Arabella Fermor. (Longman, 2471) In this situation, a lock of Arabella’s hair is stolen from her at the hands of one of her admirers. 1,074 more words

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Misogynistic Youth

I was walkin’ along,

I was in the street,

I looked at your tits,

Look at all that meat. 213 more words

Book Review: The Book of You by Claire Kendal

Clarissa Bourne is surely the first person to ever welcome jury duty with open arms. In The Book of You, though, the seven-week criminal trial—itself a gruesome play-by-play of a combined kidnapping/gang rape—comes as a strange relief to Clarissa, whose own life has devolved into a series of moves and countermoves as she attempts to evade the increasingly obsessive attentions of her coworker, Rafe Solmes. 1,085 more words

Books I've Read (and Thought About)