New contributor James Gervaise talks about the hijacking of the arts by the bitter, unfulfilled feminists who have dealt a fatal blow to the industry.
One opinion begats another.
Paul’s unexpected encounter with a budding red pill comedian.
It’s fascinating. After giving Cassie Jaye the cold shoulder on The Red Pill, Netflix is airing Martyrs of Marriage. We’re still miffed about The Red Pill snub, but we are glad that Deepika Bhardwaj got her project through.
Louis C.K. is just one of a number of men who have fallen in the recent sexual hysteria. We may have lost something more than just his talent.
Robots are most interesting in that they help us peek under our own hood and look at what makes us tick.
Hollywood is burning, and Paul Elam is laughing his ass off.
Social justice warriors should be hammering Star Trek: Discovery. August Løvenskiolds draws a map for those lost in space.
It is said that the new guy is the most important person in any movement. Zach Janssen agrees, and explains why.
What happens when ideology subverts art? Terrence Longmont with commentary — and a few answers.
Imagine living in a world with no men. Deidre provides a look into the movie ‘’No Men Beyond This Point’’ which explores that possibility.
For her New Year’s message to readers, Bettina Arndt is encouraging all of us to take a renewed stand against the feminist censorship now running amok down under.