This is the second part of what I intend to be a three part series discussing sexism and/or misogyny and how they affect our relationships. You can read the first part, “ 1,628 more words
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Yes, this is an old book but one worth reminding readers about. Women leaders in revolutionary organizations rarely get the publicity that the men get, so this autobiography of the Chairperson of the Black Panther’s Party in the early 1974-77. 262 more words
So a friend recently shared a photo to Facebook with a large caption. Underneath a photo of two beautiful women wearing something one might wear to go clubbing in New Jersey there was a description of what a CEO (supposedly) said to the women after they (supposedly) arrived like that to a meeting. 353 more words
So, as I periodically do, I decided to take a book off “serious” fiction and have a bit of a relax, a literary lie-down (if you will) and indulge my occasional hunger for mid-20th-century pulp: so I read a Raymond Chandler. 1,449 more words
Forget backhanded compliments and clever “negs.” The best way for Red Pill would-be pickup artists to seduce the ladies with words is to call them “losers.” 576 more words
When I boarded the 6 train last week, I made the unfortunate mistake of sitting across from you.
There were three of you: All of you appeared to be in your late 40s, and were busy chatting like old-school friends. 28 more words