Category Archives: Solipsism

Solipsism as a religious experience.

The UK equivalent of the Girl Scouts recently decided to change their vow, replacing “love my God” with “be true to myself and develop my beliefs”.  As the BBC explains this is not the first change for girls to that … Continue reading

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What is the domestic violence industry really about?

The Daily Beast has an article by Philip W. Cook titled In Cases of Domestic Violence, Men Are Also Victims (H/T Dr. Helen).  Cook explains that despite the perception crafted by domestic violence advocacy groups, women commit domestic violence as often if … Continue reading

Posted in Domestic Violence, Feminine Imperative, Feminists, Solipsism | 156 Comments

A proper dressing down for unchivalrous men.

Somewhere in the world a woman is upset!  What are you as lazy men doing to fix this? Sorry for being so harsh, but you men need to hear this.  I know I do.  For example, just the other day … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Chivalry, Feminine Imperative, Feminists, Liz Jones, Satire, Solipsism | 178 Comments

Let them eat cake.

There is at the very least much controversy regarding who (if anyone) actually said the famous line attributed to Marie Antoinette.  However, regardless of the veracity of the quote it has gone down in history as the epitome of callousness.  … Continue reading

Posted in Child Custody, Denial, Divorce, Fatherhood, Foolishness, Frame, Solipsism | 345 Comments

Suzanne Venker on women’s rights, men’s responsibilities, and why she divorced her first husband.

Several fellow bloggers expressed concern in the comments section of my last post that I might be creating an enemy out of an ally.  After all, in her opinion pieces Venker seems to get it at least somewhat right. At … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Divorce, Feminists, Solipsism | 213 Comments