Category Archives: Feminist Territory Marking

A beer fit for an ugly feminist*

Ad Age explains that Budweiser has reworked old ads to make them more empowering for women: The campaign, released today in conjunction with International Women’s Day, features full-page color ads in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles … Continue reading

Posted in #SeeHer, Ad Age, Beer, Commercials, Feminist Territory Marking, New York Post, Ugly Feminists | 100 Comments

Complementarianism on women in the military.

Biblical complementarity is not fundamentally about what opportunities women must forgo, but what responsibilities men must take up. — Dr. Jason K. Allen, President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary As I’ve noted before, Complementarians live in a fantasy land where … Continue reading

Posted in Complementarian, Feminist Territory Marking, Military, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, You can't make this stuff up | 103 Comments


Courtesy of Instapundit, Jim Treacher explains that Some Critics Like Captain Marvel, and Some Critics Hate Women: I mean, did these morons see the same Captain Marvel I saw? (No, I haven’t seen it yet, and that’s hardly the point.) … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Instapundit, Men's Sphere Humor, Military, Movies, Ugly Feminists | 67 Comments

Revisiting the subject of women and the draft.

The recent court ruling on women and selective service caused me to revisit my 2015 post on the subject, The fantasy of drafting women: We may see selective service changed to include women as well as men. We may even … Continue reading

Posted in Draft, Feminist Territory Marking, Military | 67 Comments

She’s paving the way for the trailblazers.

It is funny to think that if feminism is successful, newspapers will be printing quotes like the one below a hundred years from now (and two hundred, etc).  From the Daily Mail Female college football player Toni Harris dreams of … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Mail, Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Football, Ugly Feminists | 74 Comments