Category Archives: Jessica Valenti

Not good for the narrative.

From Robert Stacy McCain in Lessons of a ‘Sex Object:’ What can we really learn from Jessica Valenti’s memoir? Compare this description to what Ms. Valenti says about her ‘lovely’ husband, who is forced to keep the house immaculate merely … Continue reading

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Where have all of the bad men gone?

Jessica Valenti complains that not only are men in New York City no longer catcalling her, but our patriarchal culture makes her crave sexual attention from random strangers: Men rarely catcall me any more. I hate that our culture makes … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Jessica Valenti, Slate, The Guardian, Vox Day, You can't make this stuff up | 84 Comments

Gregoire vs Valenti

Rollo commented on the similarities between Sheila Gregoire and Jessica Valenti, founder of Feministing. Let’s play the one degree of feminist separation: “But…I’m not a feminist. I’m a Strong Independent Christian Woman®” I touched on this in the original post, … Continue reading

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A year of ugly feminists

In my first post of 2014 I introduced the topic of the ugly feminist.  As I explained at the time, this is an old charge but is typically aimed at the superficial instead of the core problem.  Feminists are ugly … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Jessica Valenti, Philosophy of Feminism, The Guardian, Ugly Feminists | 143 Comments

The ugly feminists of Christmas

As I explained in my first post of the new year, feminists are ugly because they are miserly with love.  But the year is almost over, and as the seasons change so do feminists.  This is the time of year when … Continue reading

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