Category Archives: Feral Females

What about the fathers?

Last year Kathryn Edin wrote in The Shriver Report about low income single fathers, in a piece titled What About the Fathers? She thought she knew all about these men, having spent years speaking to single mothers.  But talking to … Continue reading

Posted in Child Custody, Child Support, Doublethink, Fatherhood, Feral Females, Illegitimacy, New Morality, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 219 Comments

On cue

As I explained in my last post, there is a form of doublethink involved with the topic of how families get broken up. When the discussion is how to hold marriages together, everyone knows the solution is for men to … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Denial, Divorce, Doublethink, Dr. Willard Harley, Feral Females, New Morality, Threatpoint, Ugly Feminists | 96 Comments

Don’t play hard to get.

Robert Stacy McCain gets close, but misses the fact that women’s sexual impulses are no more naturally “pure” than men’s sexual impulses. What feminist ideology tells young women they should do — being sexually “empowered” and expecting this empowerment to … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Death of courtship, Denial, Feral Females, Finding a Spouse, Law of the Double Standard, Robert Stacy McCain | 493 Comments

The ugly feminist secret weapon.

Feminist Allison Hope reveals her secret weapon at XO Jane: …I had cracked the code on women’s dominance. It was invisible but had been there all along. Ladies, we can stink men into submission.  Thank goodness New York City is … Continue reading

Posted in Feminist Territory Marking, Feral Females, Ugly Feminists, XO Jane | 47 Comments

New book by F. Roger Devlin

F. Roger Devlin contacted me and offered me a copy of his new book Sexual Utopia in Power: The Feminist Revolt Against Civilization.  Since it is only $3.49 for the Kindle version I’ll buy the ebook instead, but I appreciate … Continue reading

Posted in F. Roger Devlin, Feminists, Feral Females, Uncategorized | 29 Comments