Category Archives: Feminist Territory Marking

How to cover up a girly Marine cover.

The New York Post touched off a media firestorm two weeks ago with their headline Obama wants Marines to wear ‘girly’ hats.  Following the firestorm, there has been a concerted effort to reframe the issue to make it appear that … Continue reading

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If women can’t be manly Marines, then manly Marines must wear girly hats.

Juli Weiner of Vanity Fair mocks the idea that manly Marines would want to remain manly: Marine officers vote on Friday whether they want to adopt the new hats and look like the cast of RENT eating a damn banana smoothie at … Continue reading

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“Offensive” historic nose art safe in the Air Force National Museum for the time being.

Drudge linked to a story today titled Navy Will Inspect Its Bathrooms for ‘Degrading’ Images of Women. There isn’t really anything new about military policy in the basic article; women wanted in and the final mopping up operations of marking the … Continue reading

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Remaking the princess, evicting the prince.

Disney has a new television program about a young princess in training titled Sofia The First.  Nancy Kanter (Senior Vice President, Original Programming and General Manager, Disney Junior Worldwide) explained when announcing the series at the Huffington Post that as … Continue reading

Posted in Brothers Grimm, Fantasy vs Reality, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Foolishness, Manliness, Misandry, Moxie, Stantons Heroes | 275 Comments

The Long March of Envy.

While the official claim is that integrating women into combat roles is to provide the largest possible pool of capable forces to draw from, nearly no one takes this seriously.  Most who support the move will fairly quickly change their … Continue reading

Posted in Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindbergh, Fantasy vs Reality, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Foolishness, Manliness, Moxie, Traditional Conservatives | 213 Comments