Author Archives: Dalrock

The women rebel.

Several commenters have objected to my connecting Margaret Sanger’s radio program with the larger feminist movement.  Bluedog has a long and complicated explanation involving class which is specific to the one woman Sanger ostensibly was talking to.  New commenter openidname struggles … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Feminists, Miserliness, Philosophy of Feminism, Ugly Feminists | 24 Comments

No hiatus for solipsism during World War II.

In my last post I quoted from a radio program delivered by Margaret Sanger discussing the hardships women face in marriage and the importance of marriage counseling.  Sanger described a young mother she met the day before on the train: … Continue reading

Posted in Solipsism, Ugly Feminists, Whispers | 99 Comments

The roots of marriage counseling.

Marcus D linked to a column by feminist and historian Rebecca Onion titled Lock up your wives! Advice columns from decades past provide a chilling glimpse into the horrors of marriage counselling before feminism.  While the title claims that marriage … Continue reading

Posted in Book of Oprah, Church Apathy About Divorce, Feminists, Marriage, Philosophy of Feminism, selling divorce, Threatpoint, Wake-up call | 69 Comments

A tragic tale of strippers, hamsters, thugs, and baby mommas.

Lisa Fogerty at Cafe Mom spins a mother thinking with her genitals as an act of kindness: But plenty of women make that call to get involved with men who aren’t law-abiding citizens. Some of them are able to see … Continue reading

Posted in Feral Females, Foolishness, Rationalization Hamster, Stantons Heroes | 134 Comments

Not the real stepdad.

Not new, but new to me from the Onion:  You’re Not My Real Stepdad! You’re not the boss of me. You’re not the guy who married my mom after she got divorced. You think you can just show up and … Continue reading

Posted in Feral Females, Manosphere Humor, Satire | 49 Comments