Category Archives: Race

Hierarchical Equalism

Feminism rests on three basic assumptions.  For obvious reasons they express them simultaneously only when they think they can get away with it. The first is that men and women are inherently equivalent.  Deep down, we’re all fundamentally the same, … Continue reading

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Checking Correia’s List: Intro

It was written some time back, but I’ve just stumbled on this incredible dissection of lefty arguing techniques by Larry Correia.  Although it ostensibly describes nonsense rhetorical techniques for the internet, each of these have their “real life” equivalents. Online, … Continue reading

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Fruity Rubble

One of the first things any man learns in the Manosphere is to assess a woman’s character based not on her words, but on her actions. Of course this principle applies to anybody, and it reflects a great Biblical Truth: … Continue reading

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The Victim-Predator

There’s no way of knowing for certain if early feminists were as angry as those of today; there are no YouTube clips of the Seneca Falls Convention.  However, I can’t help but suspect that if this showed up somewhere in … Continue reading

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Eliminate the Positive

The University of Georgia’s Student Government Association hosted a “dinner and dialogue” to protest the pernicious assault on our values sometimes known as the “success story“: The event “No More Success Stories: Dinner, Dialogue, Making A Difference” was scheduled for October 23rd (pace the … Continue reading

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Taking an Inch

One of the worst effects of Victim Culture is how it adversely affects those who adhere to it most stridently.  I suppose one could find it just, but I’m inclined to view it as tragic.  Regardless, if you’ve ever gotten … Continue reading

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Help! Help! I’m Being Oppressed!

In my last post I expounded upon why I take feminist claims that they feel eternally oppressed by “rape culture” with a grain of salt.  To apply what Glenn Reynolds often says regarding “global warming” to gender issues, I’ll start … Continue reading

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Belated Strengthening

There is a strength that a man is required to have if he has any hope of leading the life he should.  Some of us are fortunate enough to develop this strength in childhood.  Sunshine Mary:  I was at a … Continue reading

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Invasion and Retreat

Equality between the sexes:  I wouldn’t have a problem with it if the word “equality” weren’t so loaded.  Are we equally human?  Yes.  Equal before God and under the Rule of Law?  Yes.  Equally turned on by horribly-written novels in … Continue reading

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Rotten in Denmark

As I’ve argued before, I don’t support too much of a social safety net because I find it de-humanizing for both the giver and receiver. Lefties fail to digest my case.  The givers should do it because they can and … Continue reading

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