Is it just bad when men do it? Or is it just bad when women do it to men who aren’t elected Republicans?
Consent is not a strong or clear enough concept to be the lodestar of sexual ethics. Currently overflowing tales of regret-filled hookups prove women and men both deserve much more.
Straight men should not be intimidated into dating men who imagine themselves as women. As human beings we simply don’t have that right.
Republican leaders are sponsoring three bills that would expand the U.S. surveillance state under the guise of improving education and government efficiency.
Shame, we are now told, is back in vogue, particularly if directed towards sexual harassment. Yet the Left has been appropriating shame to serve its ideological objectives for generations.
The demand for HIV privacy as an entitlement will create a scenario of predatory behaviors, recklessness, and ruined lives. Gay and bisexual men will be at a higher risk.
The victimhood brigade is calling concerns for equality, accuracy, and equal treatment under the laws ‘rape apology,’ polarizing any reality-based discussion. Yet they do have a point.
Gender-inclusion legislation removes from persons, particularly females, the right of consent concerning their bodily privacy in spaces like change rooms and showers.
A professor at Purdue University said pro-life advocates should not use images of unborn babies because it’s child pornography.
Republians prefer fascistic education programs, and Democrats prefer socialistic ones, but both are different costumes on the same old central planning wolf.
A large coalition of left-leaning interest groups oppose the REINS Act and Republicans’ broader aim to reassert elected officials’ authority over unelected bureaucrats.
It seems we may be willing to reflect cheerfully on a man’s reminiscence about being sexually abused when he was 13, simply because the man in question is gay.
A bill requiring fathers to sign off on abortions shows how a woman’s choice affects all three people involved—and how much more work pro-lifers have to do.
If Christian’s character weren’t ludicrously rich and visually appealing, this movie would be a dark thriller, not a romance.
Are there any things walled off from politics? Or are all things open for politics-driven social coercion and manipulation?
It astounds me that so many conservatives who made peace with the idea of voting for Donald Trump are suddenly walking the other way over the his ‘Access Hollywood’ tape.
We need a way to withhold consent through voting. That means we need None of the Above to be on the ballot.
Our representatives play the good cop and claim they agree with us but say there is nothing they can do because regulations are passed by the bad cop, bureaucracy. Wrong.
Melinda Gates wants to export Western ideas to the developing world. But not our best ideas, such as government by consent. Our most dangerous: unfettered power.
Americans don’t like being told what to do, and we have long held an essential part of our liberty to be the right to say ‘no.’ Jury nullification is precisely that.
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