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 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.
Conservative women today reject their casting as second-class citizens. They vote for what they believe to be a better America. The left just can’t understand it.
Democrats are amping up their rhetoric on abortion as the fight over Roe heats up. ‘Safe, legal and rare’ is far-gone slogan.
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.’
A group of scholars got the most outlandish hoax papers published in top academic journals. But the implications go far beyond the academy.
Many of us still suffer under the shadow of cultural abuse, both abroad and here within the prisons of our home. In our rage, we’re going to do the same thing to men.
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.
Women are not so morally craven that we need to punish some politically convenient scapegoat for the sins of completely different men. That’s not justice.
The Kavanaugh chaos is not politics as usual, even in the norm-shattering age of Trump. Rather, it is a convergence of the neuroses and contradictions in American culture.
Liberals are offended by the costume, but the oppressed women in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ would have undoubtedly loved to wear it.
Women should simply not be allowed to serve in infantry units. There are many places women can and do serve honorably in the U.S. military, but infantry work is man’s work.
I cannot accept a world in which my sons will be raised under the tyranny of a lawless, vindictive society that wants to oppress men in the name of equality for women.
The documentary was promoted as based on a desire to tell a true story, but it hides the truth that doesn’t fit a preconceived narrative.
Had feminism retained any of its edge, these revealing renderings of the handmaid’s uniform would have been standard issue at their protests all along.
The film is designed to celebrate Lizzie Borden’s 18 axe blows to her stepmother and the 10 or 11 to her father as feminist empowerment.
Twenty-four state legislatures that ratified the Equal Rights Amendment included the seven-year limit when they voted to add the ERA to the Constitution. How are 41- to 46-year-old state ‘ratifications’ valid today?
Democrats are sending the message that victims will only be listened to if their accusations are politically useful to the left.
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