Elliot Rodger dreamed of becoming a “gentleman” in service to women, but reacted with extreme violence when his blue-pill dream failed to materialize. John Hembling tells that if the world wants fewer Elliot Rodgers, then we need more MRAs.
Sometimes, little things seem to mean a lot. And Rachel Maddow recently did something little that mattered a lot to John Hembling.
It has been said that a student at Queen’s University student was physically assaulted for being a vocal feminist. When will feminists help to find the brute who did this?
The tendency of those with an agenda that is not exactly what they claim it to be comes in the form of qualifying things that should not need qualification. That is how you rig the game.
LEAF, Canada’s Legal Educational & Action Fund, for women only, has made its goal what it calls “substantive equality.” A call was recently made to their education director to ask exactly what they mean by that term.
Feminists: you do not have our consent, enthusiastic or otherwise. So says John Hembling, and so say we all.
On April 10, 2014 Huffington Post ran an article summarizing the guilty verdict handed down by a Vancouver court to child killer Sarah Leung. The former mother had twice placed her newborn in a plastic bag and left it out with the trash. Only one of the dead infant’s bodies was found. The article itself […]
What happens when one group is protected by law but not really held accountable to the law? What happens when another group is held accountable by the law but not protected by it? Warnings about this seem always to fall on deaf ears, but for how much longer?
The world is a dangerous place for assholes. Sometimes it’s easier to blame misfortune on strangers but JtO asks if Queen’s University student Danielle d’Entremont was merely the victim of her own personality.
The California Senate is seriously considering legislation that pretty much declares women to be less than children and merely objects acted upon unless you can provide a signed contract proving otherwise. We suppose some would call this progress, but we wouldn’t.
Men, those crazed and out of control beasts must be trained to override the violent instinct to rape women – so says the feminist narrative of “rape culture.” As wider culture begins to reject this feminist stereotype, John Hembling warns that biographies of those who perpetuated it will be eternally stained with the conclusion ‘there lived a bigot’.
Elizabeth Sheehy and other ideological “scholars” are playing a dangerous game excusing murder when it’s committed by women against men. But in the end, they may discover that they’ve begun the process of excusing murder of women as well.