Hanna Wallen details the importance of Georgia House Bill 51 which seeks to reinstate due process in Universities, and gives suggestions on how you can help its passage.
“Some have touted this as a step toward equality. Many, however, seem outraged at the idea of imposing mandatory military service on women during wartime…” Hannah Wallen explores.
The Title IX mess and Feminist complicity in its abuse
Hannah Wallen discusses decades old research methodologies established by Mary P. Koss and its impact on subsequent studies leading to an ill-informed public.
Will the movie Suffragette be an historically accurate portrayal of the suffragettes, or a manipulative sales pitch comprised of selective presentation, false framing, and emotional appeal at which its trailer hints? Hannah Wallen explores.
Boys are being sexually assaulted, exploited and abused while incarcerated. The perps? Mostly women.
Nothing offends feminists more than the suggestion that men are human. Hannah Wallen grades feminists on Twitter.
Seeking feminist approval by condemning the truly outrageous only reinforces feminists legitimacy to control the terms of the debate. It’s time to stop apologizing.
In Part 1 of “Dangerous rape myths,” I examined three common rape myths: that doubt = misogyny; that the innocent have nothing to fear; and that false allegations are rare. Here in Part 2, I will examine three more: that false allegations are not harmful to the accused; that even if they are harmful they’re […]
Rape myths are common. And they’re highly destructive. Hannah Wallen shares a few common rape myths that badly need debunking.
As one of the top social media sites in the world, Twitter appears to apply its rules rather selectively. Are some more equal than others in Twitterland?
In November, North Dakota voters will have the chance to approve an Equal Parenting Custody law. Hannah Wallen has the details on another crack in the anti-father armor.