Category Archives: Slate

Grill envy

Since feminists are obsessed with invading all male spaces, it isn’t surprising that men grilling is a source of feminist envy.  Back in 2015 Jacob Brogan confessed his manly transgression at Slate: I’m a feminist. I’m a dude. And I … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Slate, Ugly Feminists | 86 Comments

Loud and proud complementarians: No more taboos.

Secular gay activists have worked for decades to remove the taboo from homosexuality.  “Loud and Proud” is their motto, and now Christian gay activists are doing the same work in conservative churches.  Eve Tushnet writes in There’s a Place for Us: … Continue reading

Posted in Loud and proud complementarians, Marriage, New Morality, Pastor Sam Allberry, Rosaria Butterfield, Slate, Social Justice Warriors, The Gospel Coalition, Traditional Conservatives | 145 Comments

That’s gonna leave a mark on the narrative.

The concept of the cock carousel is entering the mainstream lexicon, complete with a beta chump at the end of the line to pick up the tab.  From Tully, reviewed. at Slate: She has… a sexless but functional marriage with Drew … Continue reading

Posted in Cracks in the narrative, Men's Sphere Lexicon, Motherhood, Movies, Slate, Ugly Feminists | 174 Comments

She got the message.

Sarah Bregel has joined a long list of mommy writers who converted their kids’ misfortune into career success.  Bregel used her new status as professional divorcée to get published at Slate, with The work of marital maintenance is a privilege not … Continue reading

Posted in Divorce, Professional Divorcée, Slate, Status of marriage, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists | 128 Comments

God, guns, and single mothers.

Spoiler alert:  This post discusses the plot of the movie The 15:17 to Paris. I had the chance to watch The 15:17 to Paris last week, a movie the critics have brutalized.  Slate’s review of the movie is titled The 15:17 to … Continue reading

Posted in Disrespecting Respectability, Guns, Movies, Slate, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 70 Comments