Feminist rape hoaxer Emma Sulkowicz has sex video out. August Løvenskiolds watched it so that you don’t have to.
Let’s punish a man for attempting to hold his girlfriend’s hand! Can gender relations ever be salvaged in an atmosphere like this? Pierce Harlan has the scoop.
False rape accusations are nothing new, with evidence for practice going back thousands of years. Peter Wright showcases examples from the nineteenth century.
Recently a team of pro-feminist film makers tricked actors into role playing “rape culture” scenes while not informing them that that’s what they were doing. The film was passed off as real to the public, leaving the actors to deal with being duped by the film-makers and with hostility from the general public.
Josh O’Brien eviscerates yet another series of bogus rape statistics. We love this guy.
Men today are urged to become more conscious of their sexual attitudes and behaviours. Jack Barnes rises to the occasion with a candid and moving testament about his dark sexual nature.
On Friday January 9, 2015, despite calls for his shows to be canceled due to allegations of rape, Bill Cosby was in Hamilton Ontario to finish his tour of Canada. Cosby on the 2 previous nights had shows in London and Kitchener Ontario before his tour landed him in my backyard Hamilton. At the 2 […]
Author’s Note: There’s been a rapidly ramped-up cultural shift toward pathologizing male initiation of contact on multiple levels, starting with initial approaches to get women’s attentions. We are told that “street harassment” is not only culturally normative and epidemic but part of the “rape culture” continuum, emblematic of a wider cosmological worldview that men are […]
To hear some people tell it, there exists a culture where rape is socially acceptable. Not under some foreign “Islamo-fascist” regime in a land far, far away but right here in America. Chris Cantwell has a look.
Have you even looked into the concept of street harassment? Clayton Craddock has. And what he sees is both sexist and racist.
We know what you’re thinking: “When did it become socially acceptable to forcibly have sex with a woman?” The answer, of course, is never. But don’t dare inform fanatics of that.
A video making the rounds on social media shows a woman on a hidden camera walking through the streets of New York with men doing horrible things like saying hello. The horror! Christopher Cantwell shares his thoughts on the matter.