The scourge of 20th century America and Europe.
“Has Women’s Liberation Been Worth It?” Bill Sardi, May 24, 2019.
“The Un-Told Story of Daniel Holtzclaw,” Brian Bates, January 21, 2016. I, too, assumed that he was guilty, but more than that I thought it was shocking that a police officer could be caught and found guilty of such acts. Turns out, he was innocent. But he’s still in jail.
“Most of the Property-Less, Working-Class Men Killed in WWI Had No Voting Rights,” M. Walgenbach, December 21, 2017.
Janice Fiamengo is a true champion of Justice. Janice Fiamengo is one of the more articulate anti-feminist voices. Love her work.
Talk about your nightmares. Thanks to Janice Fiamengo for bringing this to light. to my light.
This was interesting. But I didn’t like the way that she sets up her comments on the value of marriage. I know she knows but she doesn’t convey it the best here. But I did like her quote at the 14:45 mark, “When men say they need help, they’ve just forfeited their right to it. . . . because any man who needs to be helped is not a man and he doesn’t deserve our help.” What an indictment.
At the 15:15 mark, Straughan points out that
There are people who help you get a job, there are people who will hook you up with whatever as long as you don’t appear to need it, right? The moment you actually need it, when you actually reach out and say ‘I really need your help,’ hey, you’re done. Like people erase your phone number off their cell phones. They stop taking your calls. Because nobody sees a man like that who’s even worth knowing.
Here are a few good pieces from Camille Paglia.
It’s no surprise that the frenzied enforcers of campus totalitarianism want to shut down Camille, a queer intellectual who went off script almost before there was one (the only question is what took them so long?). Long may her machine-gun rhetoric prevail! pic.twitter.com/hFowG8VMfP
— Janice Fiamengo (@JaniceFiamengo) May 1, 2019
The valiant champions against male-bashing and toxic masculinity have been women. Men are silent on the topic for the most part. But, no, it is women who’ve come to the defense of men–Janice Fiamengo, Karen Straughan, even Camile Paglia. The latest hero I’ve learned of is Amazing Polly.
1. The Feminist Lie: It Was Never About Equality, Bill Lewis, 2017.
2. Red Feminism: American Communism and the Making of Women’s Liberation, Kate Weigand, 2002.
3. Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left, David Horowitz (who worked with the Black Panthers), 2004.
The above books above come from this presentation titled, Intersectional Feminism Is Communist Particle Board.