Category Archives: Robert Stacy McCain

Kind words from The Other McCain

The Other McCain writes in You Should Be Reading Dalrock: I’ve occasionally linked and quoted Dalrock here, and some of his regular readers are also my regular readers. He is unafraid to make tough arguments: “Child support is designed to … Continue reading

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The Other McCain nailed it (yet again).

In my previous post I quoted Jezebel Managing Editor Joanna Rothkopf.  From her Bio at Bustle, she is a walking, breathing, men’s sphere cliché: Joanna is a New York-based writer and performer. Her work has appeared in Vanity Fair, The … Continue reading

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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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#FreeStacy

Via Vox Day and Instapundit, the social justice warriors at Twitter have suspended Robert Stacy McCain’s account without explanation. Related, and also via Vox: Mike Cernovich has launched the Kickstarter for his documentary Silenced: Our War on Free Speech:

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Broken Premisses

Several of the commenters on Don’t play hard to get argued that Robert Stacy McCain and I aren’t really in disagreement regarding the post that I responded to.  While we are in agreement on many points*, there is an important … Continue reading

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