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.
Shame on you, Matt Taylor! We all know that women are such delicate flowers that they’ll never do math or science right if they have to see oppressive shirts!
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.
A recent poll shows men receive as much or more online harassment than women–yet somehow the mainstream media spins it as still showing women get it worse. The logic is dizzying to say the least.
Gender ideologues are really, seriously, suggesting that presumption of innocence should no longer apply when a woman accuses a man. Chris Cantwell looks at the insanity.
The crimes committed by Elliot Rodger have unleashed reflex criticism of the male gender on Twitter and elsewhere – this in ignorance of the fact that males devote much of their lives to making women feel safe and contented. Instead of criticism, Christopher Cantwell suggests we might more appropriately respond to men with a simple ‘thank you’.
Amy Schumer has recently created controversy by describing a drunken sexual encounter that, under feminist terms of what constitutes rape, should arguably make Schumer a rapist. But if you don’t accept feminist definitions of rape, then, Christopher Cantwell has a different take on the noted comedienne.
Laci Green is more than a cute YouTube personality. She tours universities cheerily advocating incredibly hateful and violent ideas–and gets away with it because she’s got a nice smile and a chirpy voice and cute cleavage. Christopher Cantwell explains.