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Four Generations of Feminism

CN: mentions of child abuse, none graphic

Grandma was born in Puerto Rico. She moved to NYC in the early 50’s as a teen. She worked at a factory. 842 more words


June Recommended Reading

At the end of each month I compile links to articles I found thought-provoking over that month, categorized with pull-quotes for your perusal and edification. Each of these is a story that made me stop and think, and hopefully one or two of them will do the same for you. 1,568 more words


Editorial: People Just Love Being Victims

And yes, I said people, not liberals.

Everyone likes to be a victim. It makes it so much easier to live life if we can blame someone else for all our failings. 1,228 more words


Girls Can Too!

Am I the only one that’s noticed a trend of adverts endorsing women taking part in male dominated actives or working in the stereotypically masculine field? 384 more words

Rainbow: Rainbow everywhere!

While this post is a couple days late, of course I had to write a small something about the Supreme Court’s decision. While I would love to go into the technicality of the decision and my thoughts on the dissents, that will have to wait for a later time because I simply have not read it all yet, though I do plan too. 314 more words


Repeat after me

do not allow your loneliness to lower your standards.


Yuri Bezmenov On Marxist Subversion Of Western Culture

There’s not much for me to add here. I did  find 4:05 interesting as I’ve come to believe that a large welfare state makes resistance against the government very difficult. 365 more words

Cultural Marxism