Monthly Archives: November 2013

Some sexist terms, explained

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“Wage Gap” Princess

Our apologies to the iPhone. Also, if you’re not familiar with the realities of the “wage gap” debate, you’re probably not going to understand why this is funny to opponents of Feminism.

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Unexamined Privilege – You’re Doing It Right

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Memes for a Princess Culture

One of the major flaws of Feminism is that it enables the perpetual immaturity of women through hypoagency and female privilege, that is: rights without commensurate accountability. This manifests most brazenly in the romantic trope that women expect to be treated like princesses in their relationships, something mature females outgrow when they stop hosting tea […]

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A Cautionary Sign for Men

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Gynosympathetic bigotry in action – Male diseases matter because women suffer

In the same vein as the eerily supremacist assertion by perennial presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that “women have always been the primary victims of war” because the men who service them get killed in war, prostate cancer advocacy has had to stoop to gynosympathy to raise interest in prostate cancer research. Apparently, you can only […]

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Captain Obvious opposes the implied euthanizing of rape victims

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Our thanks for some straight talk on rape

Our endorsement of this video does not imply the video owner’s endorsement of No White Feather.

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Puritanism by any other name…

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