Category Archives: Amelia Earhart

How can men help girls see her and be her?

Back in June of 2016 The Association of National Advertisers and its Alliance for Family Entertainment launched an initiative titled #SeeHer, to boost girls’ self esteem by making sure women are portrayed correctly in commercials.  As AdAge explains: The Association of National … Continue reading

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She’s number one!

As I have noted previously, feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems. Feminism is also about the desire to be first, to … Continue reading

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Unquenchable

What started out as a seemingly harmless fiction was merely the early stages of an all out jihad against manly pride. Eighty-eight years after we pretended that Earhart was like Lindbergh because a man flew her across the Atlantic, we … Continue reading

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It would be petty to point out how petty it is.

Commenter PM observed that the feminist fiction spun around Amelia Earhart seems harmless enough: Men are still doing most of jobs that keep civilization going. I don’t see that changing. A few women are being propped up with false accomplishments … Continue reading

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The race to be first.

This is the story of the brave men who were inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s 1927 transatlantic flight to attempt one of aviation’s greatest triumphs.  In 1919 Alcock and Brown were the first to fly across the Atlantic, an amazing feat … Continue reading

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