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The myth of rape myths

Feminist discourse asserts that the non-feminist population is so immersed in “rape myths” that they are unable to recognize the crime of rape even when they are victims of it. Diana Davison reports on the work of Helen Reece, a remarkable researcher who is tackling the “rape-culture” question with logic instead of just agreeing for the sake of getting along.

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The New N-word

The tell tale sign of bigotry is always there. You see it every time in a privileged class of people who are absolutely certain that their ignorance is enlightenment and their hatred is simply just and for good cause. Nurdy Dancing calls ‘em out.

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Why Feminists Cannot Be Trusted To Discuss Rape of Men–At All

Jaclyn Friedman, Adele Mercier, and their feminist supports have demonstrated, for all the world to see, that feminists have no right to control the narrative on sexual assault, and no place–at all, in any way–in the discussion of male rape victims.

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US Marine: When a girl hits you

Marines can defend themselves from anyone except women. Joseph Kerr wasn’t prepared when his wife became abusive–and the systems in place to help members of the military–seemed only to be trying to hurt him more.

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A bachelor tax – not so unlikely

Many MGTOW think a bachelor tax is unlikely given that it hasn’t happened for over 100 years… or so you might think. Lucian Valsan outlines some recent history from Eastern Europe that is sure to provide a reality check.

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Danielle D’Entremont: Where is the feminist outrage?

Queens University student Danielle D’Entremont was allegedly beaten savagely by an MHRA outside her home, just for expressing her views as a feminist. If other feminists care about what happened, they sure aren’t showing it.

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