Bottom Line: There’s only one possible justification for a movement like Feminism, and that’s if you can show convincingly that women have, throughout history, had it tougher than men, and that it’s men’s fault. If not, then feminism was all a bunch of lies, hogwash, deceptions and… crap. Continue reading It’s Time to Say It: Feminism is Crap
I do wonder what it would be like to be enfolded in the grip of someone whose first and foremost desire is to protect ME. Man! it seems like it would be a nice thing! To sleep a worry-free night, safe and sound, knowing that someone much bigger than I am is there, and that he cares deeply about my happiness and my safety? Wow! Ever since the Great Banishment, though, I haven’t had that for even a moment, let alone one entire night. Maybe, we should let men come back… Continue reading Feminist: “Can you imagine a world without men?”
Only Republicans and Conservatives have any right whatsoever to speak out on the topic of treating women with respect… or not. The Left showed what they thought about “sexual harassment” when their TOP DAWGS — Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein — spent all their public lives pulling out all the sexual harassment stops, including obvious abuse of women, as well as credible reports of ACTUAL rape. And the Left let them get away with it… FOR DECADES. Continue reading Leftists Have No Right to Say Anything in This “MeToo” Moment. They Should… Shut Up.
Most aspect of human relationships throughout history have drawn their principal characteristics from the size of the participants. The biggest, … Continue reading Some Larger Thoughts
— WARNING: Plain Talk about Feminism and Women in the Workplace Follows — In this post (here) we illustrated how … Continue reading Feminism Isn’t About Equality — It’s About Insecurity (Part II)
First: An Observation: There are millions (likely tens of millions) of men shaking in their boots now about the next “sexual … Continue reading Some Observations, and an Anecdote, About the Sexual Harassment Stuff
Let’s not overlook the hidden side of all this turmoil about sexual harassment: How many times, when a sexual interlude of some kind DIDN’T turn out to be an opportunity for wealth, power and prestige, did the woman then “come forward” to “tell her story?” The answer to my above questions is: no one knows. But, the question needs to be posed. And we know what the answer is NOT: none. My suspicion: it’s a WHOLE LOT more common than anyone would be comfortable admitting. Continue reading Sexual Harassment — the Other Side of the Coin