Category Archives: Salon

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

Posted in Amelia Earhart, Beer, Charles Lindbergh, Commercials, Dalrock’s Law of Feminism, Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Philosophy of Feminism, Salon, Scientific American, You can't make this stuff up | 107 Comments

A cold calculation.

Child support is the answer to the question “How shall we replace the nuclear family”?  This much is axiomatic, with the only question being how many nuclear families we want to replace.  Radical feminists want to destroy all marriages, or … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Cracks in the narrative, Denial, Disrespecting Respectability, Domestic Violence, Fatherhood, Feminists, Marriage, Salon, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, Weak men screwing feminism up | 130 Comments

How many feminists does it take to change a light bulb?

The new feminist Ghostbusters can’t catch a break.  First the youtube trailer for the movie was widely panned by feminists and normal people alike.  Then the movie was released and eviscerated by critics, with reviews like Richard Roeper’s ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot a … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Ghostbusters, Movies, Salon, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists, You can't make this stuff up | 215 Comments

Breasts can’t be sexual if there is a baby in the picture.

Facebook has received quite a bit of criticism the last few years over their policy on pictures involving breastfeeding.  I’m not a fan of either Facebook or Zuckerberg, but there is an absurd yet common argument that breastfeeding pictures are never … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Mail, Denial, Modesty, Rationalization Hamster, Salon, Satire | 130 Comments

From celibate boyfriend to celibate husband (true love doesn’t wait).

Pugsley’s story shows the folly of the celibate boyfriend: When I met my then boyfriend-now husband, I told him right away that I was saving myself for marriage and he was fine with that because it was my body, my … Continue reading

Posted in Finding a Spouse, Foolishness, Frigidity, New Morality, Romantic Love, Salon | 894 Comments