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Finding Strength After all

“The only thing to do with good advice is to pass it on.
It is never of any use to oneself”

Oscar Wilde
(1854-1900, Irish playwright, poet and writer)
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Nuts, No Nuts

I don’t identify with being a Feminist. But if you say that women are somehow lacking as humans compared to men I will want to punch your lights out. 542 more words


Liberal men: misogynist, violent little brats

My most recent post delved into the issue of the woman-hating nature of the liberal male as it relates to reproduction, and partially to the vitriol non-liberal women are treated to by these creatures, in the form of intimidating, vituperative verbal barrages when the non-liberal female should express unsanctioned political beliefs; a phenomenon that any outspoken, socially conservative, anti-globalist, XX-chromosomed person surely has first-hand experience of. 1,248 more words



He sat at the center island and watched as she moved through the kitchen. She stood on her toes and reached for a box of cereal. 831 more words


Liberal men: misogynist little brats

In the wake of the inauguration of President Donald Trump (don’t those three words sound good?), a series of highly publicised “Women’s Marches” (Soros-funded… 1,616 more words


Afraid To Say

“Excuse me?”

He turned his head and faced her.

“Is there any chance you have a little screwdriver?”

“No, I’m sorry I don’t. Maybe ask the bartender?” 1,298 more words


Gender Roles in Fiction: An Introduction

I’ve been doing a good deal of reading lately. Several of my recent reads were written a hundred years ago, or more. I’ve enjoyed the books, for the most part, but I’m running across interesting ideas. 473 more words