It takes two parties to play the age-old game of chivalric co-dependence. Here’s a mature look at the game that puts both parties to the charade on notice and demands honesty and fair-play equally from each.
Gold-digger. The very phrase will get you tarred in many circles as a “misogynist.” The interesting thing is, the phrase came from history, and it came about because of the way some people were actually behaving.
Robert St. Estephe finds more history Gender Ideologues try to erase. In this case, turns out honeybadgers are not a new species. Now with the internet, we can make sure they’re remembered, instead of conveniently forgotten.
Problems with divorce, alimony and child-support are hardly new – some reformers recognized the systemic unfairness to men over 80 years ago. More enlightening history from Robert St. Estephe.
Robert St. Estephe brings us an interview with Faith Baldwin, a noted author in her day and foe of the abuses of the divorce and alimony by women – as commonplace 85 years ago as today.
Gonzo Historian, Robert St. Estephe, returns with yet another lesson in the Unknown History of Misandry. This is the history they don’t teach in schools or gender studies classes, folks. It’s the stuff that’s been expelled from the official record and it’s here for your edification. Today’s piece is on the Advice columnist Dorothy Dix and her advice to women that they are “killing the goose that laid the golden egg.”