Aaradhna has a message for a man who might wander into the bed of another woman. She will go Lorena Bobbitt on you. It’s good for a laugh, till you consider what a psychopathic scumbag that really shows her to be.
Women presently hold almost absolute control of the courts, the education system, the entertainment industry, the government, the family courts, and the police. That is not to suggest women hold the majority of jobs in those fields, rather, female-centric ideology is the dominating narrative. This wouldn’t be a problem, except that this female centric ideology includes a deep and irrational hatred towards men.
Pussy pass articles are mainstream and completely accepted as a normal part of our process for determining guilt and innocence in the court of public opinion. So much so, that CNN no longer bothers to discuss evidence in articles about attractive young female killers. Instead, the “news organization” jumps directly to baby pictures and pink parasols.
Part I eviscerated a movie that spent a great deal of its time eviscerating any shred of manhood left in our culture. Part II is a celebration of some spark of manliness left.
I deferred to chivalry a few months ago. I was wrong. I am correcting it here. No biggie.
When an article that paints Assange as “a man of strong sexual appetites who is not averse to exploiting his fame” can’t find a single thing to substantiate the rape charges, what are the chances that a single male reader will not see this as a wake-up call?
Now, did I just do a bait and switch with the headline to grab your attention, only to offer up something less dramatic than it’s promise? No, not at all. A simple click on the link below will take you to something you have never heard before, a radio show, with corporate sponsorship, that deals [...]
Janice G. Raymond, a studier of women, thinks that bartering with one’s body is somehow perverse. What she doesn’t realize is that both men and women barter with their bodies on a regular basis, and not just for sex.
What a fantastic film. On every level. Every man should see it.
For feminists and conservatives, the enemy is pornography, hence the new word I’ve coined: misaporno. They hate it, hate it, hate it.