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It's not just blonds: Why intelligent women are more fun, and gentlemen are finally starting to prefer us

COMMENT

I’ve been waiting for news that men have learned to appreciate intelligent women for more than 40 years. Finally, it’s been proven that relationships in which the woman is intellectually superior to the man can thrive. 950 more words

Life

Michele Bachmann: Gays Seek Polygamous Paedophilia

“Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.” (Matthew 7:5, KJV) 1,858 more words

LGBT

Two Fragments on Female Attire

I recently stumbled across a peculiar Op-Ed from one of Ultimate Frisbee’s big stars: Beau Kitteridge on the “Double Standards” that allow a man to be sexy, but not a woman. 1,385 more words

The World At Large

"Not all black men are saints, but not all white men are innocent."

“She doesn’t come out and say it, but you know she is talking about a black man.”

“No, you don’t,” I contested my husband as we talked about  1,000 more words

Life

Bad Smell Of Sex Politics

Disgust and the Politics of Sex: Exposure to a Disgusting Odorant Increases Politically Conservative Views on Sex and Decreases Support for Gay Marriage

The present study tested the effects of disgust on a range of policy preferences to clarify whether disgust is generally implicated in political conservatism across public policy attitudes or is uniquely related to specific content domains. 373 more words

Science

MOTHERS UNDER SIEGE: TACTICS OF THE FATHERS’ RIGHTS MOVEMENT- HOW CAN A “GOOD ENOUGH MOTHER” PROTECT HERSELF?

HOW CAN A “GOOD ENOUGH MOTHER” PROTECT HERSELF?

By Trish Wilson, © 1996All rights reserved by author

Spring, 1996
I began to investigate fathers’ rights groups two and a half years ago after leaving an abusive marriage. 5,831 more words

I love Andrea Dworkin II

From Right Wing Women

From their own experience– especially in being coerced and in being exchanged– the women found a first premise for their political movement: that freedom for a woman was predicated on, and could not exist without, her own absolute control of her own body in sex and reproduction.

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Andrea Dworkin