Category Archives: Feminism

Helsinki, The World Cup & Toxic Femininity

* From VDARE: Populists Aren’t Organizing. Is It Because They Won’t… Or Because They’re Not Being Allowed To? * Heather E. Heying writes: Hotness-amplifying femininity puts on a full display, advertising fertility and urgent sexuality. It invites male attention by, … Continue reading

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The Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici

F. Roger Devlin reviews: He next remarks that the normal adult woman physically resembles a child more closely than does a man, mentioning in particular “her late retention of the softness, suppleness, immature appearance and freshness of the child.” He … Continue reading

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Filing That Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Could End Your Productive Days

I moved to Los Angeles in 1994 and met an attractive female attorney in her late 20s. We never dated but we were friendly. I flirted with her and she found me amusing. Then she filed a sexual harassment lawsuit … Continue reading

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Forward: No, You Can’t Be A Feminist And A Zionist

Here’s the op/ed: When I hear anyone championing Zionism while also identifying as a feminist, my mind turns to images of night raids, to the torture of children and to the bulldozing of homes. But I also think of those … Continue reading

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The Task

Comment: “Most particularly bright women are beholden to feminism which often manifests as a general disposition to be needlessly disagreeable. Finding one who isn’t, and who is height/weight appropriate and otherwise attractive is a real onerous task. Growing over time … Continue reading

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