Brett Kavanaugh might have had more trouble defending himself against sexual assault allegations had he followed Mike Pence’s line of thinking.
If Anderson, who made her living touting her sexuality and capitalizing on everything feminism initially promised, thinks this way, feminism really is on a downward spiral.
The segment draws laughs partly because sexism, misogyny, and objectifying women generally have a long, undignified tradition in hip-hop.
Actress Priyanka Chopra’s upcoming nuptials to Nick Jonas have taken up a lot of column inches lately. To her bridal shower, she wore a dress designed by Harvey Weinstein’s estranged wife, and the Internet lost it.
If Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is really a rapist and sexual assailant, as Democrats and media claimed, shouldn’t the story continue to be covered?
Louis C.K. will always be the guy who masturbated in front of a bunch of women. That shouldn’t mean he doesn’t get to be a comedian anymore.
Now comes Me Too to put men in the dock for having believed that women really meant it when they disdained the old proprieties.
Patricio Salazar’s actions remind us of the good a man can do when faced with a crisis, and how honor and strength still beat in the heart of humanity.
Can’t men be trusted to have some basic amount of self-control? And will implementing ‘the Pence Rule’ even stave off allegations?
For too many years, I silently stood by and watched third-wave feminism methodically take a sledgehammer to Western society as a whole, and males in particular.
The American left has learned from history. They now co-opt every legitimate movement and use it as a weapon to achieve political power. So don’t create power centers for them to grab.
In an interview with ABC News that airs on Friday, First Lady Melania Trump says women accusing men of sexual assault must have ‘hard evidence’ to prove their claim.
The confluence of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the one-year anniversary of Me Too is inspiring a markedly, if expectedly, intense wave of negativity about women’s stature in America.
That Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed isn’t a slap in the face of all survivors of assault. He isn’t confirmed because sexual assault doesn’t matter, or because Sen. Susan Collins is anti-woman.
The way Christine Blasey Ford and other women have been treated demonstrates the Me Too movement is no longer about justice, but about political vengeance.
A widely circulated Jezebel article suggested late last month that Me Too’s next frontier must be ‘the gray areas,’ defined by the author as ‘behavior that is harmful and inequitable but isn’t illegal.’
The threshold for credibility has dropped to the point where a woman’s word is enough to cast doubt on a man’s life’s work.
The good news is that with 2018 looking so much like 1976, we may be at the peak of Third Wave Feminism and about to see a rebound in birth rates.
By discarding the basic standards of evidence and journalism, Ronan Farrow has set the Me Too Movement back.
If we are to develop a process of adjudication in the court of public opinion that does not cheapen real accusations by incentivizing false ones, Joe Biden’s voice warrants a rebuttal.
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