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Debunking Feminist Myths

Here are some of the most common things I see feminists say, and some great sources as well as reasoning as to why these statements equate to nothing but propaganda: 1,150 more words


What Kind Of Candidate Truly Respects Women?

Note: Today, Leeann Tweeden said Sen. Al Franken forcibly kissed her and released a picture of him groping her as she slept. Sen. Franken apologized. On June 7, 2008, I published an OpEd in the Star Tribune with Shannon Drury with the same title as this piece standing up for Al Franken just before a difficult Democratic primary, in which the center-stage issue for him was controversy over rape jokes he had written for Saturday Night Live. 462 more words


God loves FEMINISTS.

OK.. so before I start being a feminist in this post, lemme just lay down the truth for you all.

I am a christian .i.e. I am a child of God and I love Jesus and I pray every time about everything and my ultimatum is to be able to spend eternal life in heaven with Jesus and God and all the angels. 406 more words


Coy Jones is the best kind of feminist

Let me say this, loud and clear, COY JONES IS THE BEST KIND OF FEMINIST.

“Do you want me to drive you to the market?” he asked. 390 more words

Male Feminists Are Pathetic

Even with as much as I hate feminists, I cannot stand the men who identify as feminists as well. There are plenty of them too, they are sometimes referred to as white knights. 588 more words


How to paint the town in #MeToo colours

THE growing worldwide momentum of the #MeToo movement through which women who were sexually harrassed are speaking out after remaining silent for many years, echoes two erstwhile women’s movements of equal passion: the Suffragettes in the late-19th and early-20th centuries demanding women’s right to vote in public elections; and the 1950s feminists campaigning for equal pay for doing comparable jobs as men, and similar issues. 620 more words

A Hidden Gem in DC: Video

This past weekend, I visited Femme Fatale DC‘s Pop Up Shop, which featured products from over 50 women owned businesses. The entire set up which doubled as an art lounge, bar and community space was filled with so many interesting people, products, and art.  25 more words