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  • Internet Declares Elliot Rodgers "Hot," Laments Death of "Attractive" Person

    05/25/2014 7:48:39 PM PDT · by therightliveswithus · 77 replies
    Pundit Press ^ | 5/25/14 | Aurelius
    In a disturbing display of modern media, a number of people on Twitter, Facebook, and internet forums have lamented the fact that Elliot Rodger went on a killing spree. This is not because of the people he killed, but because he was "hot." Instead of focusing on the victims, these users talk about the attractiveness of a killer. Here is a brief compilation: "<3:" "Good looking guy:" "Quite handsome:" "Hello:"
  • Realistic statue of man in underwear freaks out women's college

    02/06/2014 7:52:51 AM PST · by rightwingintelligentsia · 94 replies
    KRMG ^ | February 6, 2014 | Rick Couri
    300 students have signed a petition to have the creepy, yet lifelike statue removed. In part, the petition reads; "This highly realistic sculpture has, within just a few hours of its outdoor installation, become a source of apprehension, fear, and triggering thoughts regarding sexual assault for many members of our campus community. While it may appear humorous, or thought-provoking to some, it has already become a source of undue stress for many Wellesley College students, the majority of whom live, study, and work in this space." The Boston Globe reports the piece is called "Sleepwalker," it was put up to...
  • Men, Who Needs Them? (New York Times Editorial)

    08/29/2012 11:23:17 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 137 replies
    New York Times ^ | August 24, 2012 | GREG HAMPIKIAN
    MAMMALS are named after their defining characteristic, the glands capable of sustaining a life for years after birth — glands that are functional only in the female. And yet while the term “mammal” is based on an objective analysis of shared traits, the genus name for human beings, Homo, reflects an 18th-century masculine bias in science. That bias, however, is becoming harder to sustain, as men become less relevant to both reproduction and parenting. Women aren’t just becoming men’s equals. It’s increasingly clear that “mankind” itself is a gross misnomer: an uninterrupted, intimate and essential maternal connection defines our species....
  • Obama ad: “It’s a scary time to be a woman”

    07/26/2012 2:28:17 PM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 44 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 7-26-2012 | Erika Johnsen
    I hate it — hate it – when I hear liberal groups talking about “women’s issues.” Please stop lumping me in to your stupid, sweeping stereotypes and implying that, just because I am a part of the gender demographic that composes approximately half of the world’s population, I automatically agree with you. I don’t. But that’s the appeal of continuing this utterly dumb “Republicans are waging a war on women” meme, I suppose — drumming up a false feeling of mass feminist solidarity and convincing the perhaps less-informed ladies of America that they have something they need to get outraged...
  • Where's the beef (and beer)? Grocery store gives guys a 'man aisle'

    07/26/2012 9:56:08 AM PDT · by Responsibility2nd · 69 replies
    MSN ^ | 07/26/2012 | By Jessica Chou
    Sometime last year, Procter & Gamble Co. was throwing around some crazy ideas of creating a grocery aisle specifically for men, apparently a brand new breed of consumers walking around grocery stores. The idea was to give the lonely male lost in a supermarket a fun shopping experience, putting everything a man's man would need in one place. And New York City's Westside Market has gone and done just that. "People rarely cater to men in the supermarket," COO Ian Joskowitz told us over the phone. "So I thought let’s do something fun, get people talking, something guys would like....
  • Why Obama administration shouldn't use Title IX to balance math classes

    07/15/2012 4:09:36 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 14 replies
    New York Post ^ | July 15, 2012 | Kyle Smith
    It was a 1992 Barbie doll who accurately reminded us, “Math class is tough!” So hard that even a man with two Ivy League degrees, President Obama, is stumbling over the basics. The president seems to think that women can hold half the places in some fields of study — and a majority in the rest.
  • Women wary of dating unemployed men

    06/30/2012 5:42:52 AM PDT · by JoeProBono · 40 replies
    upi ^ | June 30, 2012
    SAN DIEGO, -- Thirty-three percent of U.S. women say no to dating an unemployed man, but 42 percent would consider it if the man had a plan, a survey indicated. The survey of 925 single women by specialty dating service It's Just Lunch found 4 percent of women responded with an unreserved yes to dating an unemployed man, while another 21 percent said they would, but they wanted to know how the man was keeping occupied if not working. "Not having a job will definitely make it harder for men to date someone they don't already know," Irene LaCota, spokeswoman...
  • Affordable Care Act a leap forward for women

    04/08/2012 6:27:19 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 60 replies
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | April 7, 2012 | by Cate Edwards
    The Supreme Court is again at the center of a highly controversial policy debate, having just heard arguments for the Affordable Care Act. There's been much discussion about the justices' supposed political agendas. I've heard fear-mongering about government takeovers and rumors of increased business costs. But I haven't heard much about what's really at stake: the welfare of the American people -- specifically women. Women like my mother and the other mothers, wives, sisters and daughters who need preventive services to ensure that they are healthy. Our Constitution was created to "promote the general welfare." So a court that strikes...
  • Facebook’s white male board under fire

    04/06/2012 9:47:13 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 36 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 10:54 PM 04/05/2012 | Caroline May
    Facebook, the most popular social networking site in America, is under fire from women’s groups because its board of directors consists entirely of white men. With the company about to go public in May, advocates are beginning to pressure the company to diversify its leadership. On Thursday the women’s rights group Ultraviolet began circulating a petition calling on Facebook to appoint female board members. According to the group, the lack of women is “nothing short of shameful.” “Facebook owes it success and makes a ton of money off of its women users. Women are responsible for nearly two-thirds of the...
  • Sarah Palin Will Not Run For President in 2012 (Letter from Sarah)

    10/05/2011 3:31:03 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 260 replies
    Street Insider ^ | October 5, 2011
    October 5, 2011 6:20 PM EDT Sarah Palin confirmed in a letter to supporters she will not run for President in 2012, saying at this time she can be more effective in a decisive role to help elect other Conservatives to office. Below is a copy of Palin's letter: October 5, 2011 Wasilla, Alaska After much prayer and serious consideration, I have decided that I will not be seeking the 2012 GOP nomination for President of the United States. As always, my family comes first and obviously Todd and I put great consideration into family life before making this decision....
  • Biological dad's name off girl's birth certificate after lesbian couple splits

    08/16/2011 7:38:57 PM PDT · by naturalman1975 · 9 replies
    news.com.au ^ | 17th August 2011
    A MAN who donated sperm to a lesbian couple will have his name stripped from their child's birth certificate after a successful legal bid by the birth mother's ex-partner. The woman took the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, and biological father, to court in May to have his name replaced with her name in the document. The female child was born in 2001 and the women split in 2006, although they continued to share parental responsibility. The man also played a role in the child's life. New South Wales District Court Judge Stephen Walmsley today ruled in her...
  • American Father Self-Immolates To Protest Against Family Courts

    06/20/2011 12:03:16 AM PDT · by danielmryan · 102 replies
    International Business Times ^ | June 17, 2011 | Unattributed
    On June 15 around 5:30 pm, a 58-year-old New Hampshire father named Thomas Ball self-immolated in front of the Cheshire County Court House. Ball was pronounced dead at the scene. Before he died, he sent a letter The Keene Sentinel to [explain] his actions. The full text of the letter can be found here. [Or here, in the second forum post, if the former page doesn't load.] Ball said he set himself on fire in front of the courthouse because he was “done being bullied for being a man” by the US family court system. Ball’s troubled started in April...
  • Life sentence given US woman found guilty of killing baby daughter in microwave oven

    05/20/2011 8:11:40 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 30 replies · 1+ views
    Associated Press ^ | May 20, 2011
    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A woman convicted of killing her month-old baby daughter in a microwave oven was spared the death penalty and sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole. Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman sentenced China Arnold, 31, of Dayton, Ohio, who psychologists testified showed no signs of serious mental illness. Arnold declined to make a statement during her sentencing.
  • Cultural Misandry? – A Minor Rant on The “Men are Stupid” Commericals.

    05/07/2011 4:07:04 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 83 replies
    adw.org ^ | May 6, 2011 | Msgr. Charles Pope.
    Cultural Misandry? – A Minor Rant on The “Men are Stupid” Commericals.By: Msgr. Charles Pope OK, you know the typical drill of a TV commercial: As the scene opens, some buffoon of a man, usually a husband, is struggling to have a clue as to what something is all about. Sure enough, an all-knowing woman (usually the wife), rolling her eyes and shaking her head in pity, is there to help the stupid buffoon of a man not utterly ruin everything. And of course the product being peddled is usually part of the solution. And, by the way, did...
  • Moral Collapse at Ms. Magazine — Sex-Selection Abortion as a ‘Problem’

    02/05/2011 9:59:04 AM PST · by wmfights · 38 replies
    AlbertMohler.com ^ | February 3, 2011 | Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    For almost forty years, Ms. magazine has been the most famous voice of the feminist movement in print. Co-founded by Gloria Steinem in 1972, the magazine is stalwartly feminist, retaining the language and spirit of the feminism of the 1970s. In other words, Ms. is the voice of feminist ideological orthodoxy. And the demand for unrestricted abortion rights is at the center of that ideology. That’s what makes the Winter 2011 edition of the magazine so interesting — and so disturbing. The issue features an article by Madeline Wheeler entitled “Saving the Girl Child,” which offers a report on “India’s...
  • They’re Afraid Of Men Masturbating

    09/20/2010 10:29:57 PM PDT · by Christian Cage · 92 replies · 1+ views
    The Spearhead ^ | September 20 2010 | Pro-male Anti-Feminist Tech
    Recently, Christine O’Donnell, a candidate associated with the Tea Party, won the Republican Senate primary in Delaware who among many other things sued a former employer for “gender discrimination” claiming that she suffered “mental anguish”. What O’Donnell is also known for is her views on sex — particularly her anti-masturbation views. O’Donnell appeared on MTV back in the 90′s explaining her views of sex and masturbation which is available here on youtube. Watch the youtube video and take note of the end. Except for a token guy, it’s a group of women. O’Donnell even says about her presumably future husband...
  • Columnist Calls Dutch Cowards, Demands World War for Women

    08/04/2010 8:32:27 PM PDT · by Christian Cage · 12 replies
    The Spearhead ^ | August 4 2010 | Welmer
    She writes that if we don’t stop the Taliban, American and Dutch women will be subject to the horrors of the life of a Pashtun peasant maiden, possibly cooking dinner over an livestock dung fire, being forced to wear unfashionable clothes, etc. As the Taliban succeed, their power across Afghanistan will spread; and with that, similar movements, inspired by their achievements, will gain strength–indeed, already are gaining strength–across the region, in countries from Somalia to Iran, and onward to Holland and the U.S.A. There will be women there, as well. We must not abandon them. It really is starting to...
  • Marine General Confirms That Americans Fighting Feminist War in Afghanistan

    07/29/2010 1:55:16 PM PDT · by Christian Cage · 13 replies · 2+ views
    The Spearhead ^ | July 29 2010 | Welmer
    I long thought that the feminism that is often used to justify our presence in Afghanistan long after the failure to capture or kill Osama bin-Laden – the longest war in American history – was a cover for something else. However, with Hillary Clinton in charge of the State Department, and now this outrageous statement, I’m not so sure any longer. Although Americans have long justified violence on behalf of women, for example by lynching innocent men – both black and white – in the old South, beating and shooting men in their homes over domestic disputes and other such...
  • Man jailed by courts after courts bankrupt him

    07/17/2010 3:33:31 PM PDT · by RogerFGay · 49 replies · 1+ views
    National Post ^ | June 21, 2010 | Matt Gurney
    Jeff Dolan spent Father’s Day in jail, locked away for failure to pay child support. Deadbeat dads don’t garner a lot of sympathy. But you don’t need to study Jeff’s case for long before you realize that he’s anything but a deadbeat. Instead, he’s a man hopelessly ensnared in a crushing bureaucratic machine: He’s in jail because he couldn’t pay child support, but he couldn’t pay child support because he was unemployed … and he was unemployed because the court took his driver’s license for failure to pay child support … after he went bankrupt paying his court costs....
  • Winning the war against men, Part 2

    07/12/2010 11:15:41 AM PDT · by Christian Cage · 26 replies · 1+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | July 12, 2010 | Vox Popoli
    In every large-scale military conflict, there is the macro war and the micro war. While the macro war fought strategically by the generals has a great influence on the micro war fought tactically by the individual soldiers, the two wars are nevertheless distinct from one another and must be contemplated separately. In this second column in the series related to the war against men, I am focused solely on the micro war that is fought in the houses, classrooms, churches and night clubs of America. In the prelude to a battle, the local commander always considers four things. His resources,...
  • American Women Resorting to Desperate Measures

    06/10/2010 9:45:37 AM PDT · by Christian Cage · 23 replies · 229+ views
    The Spearhead ^ | June 10 2010 | Welmer
    This is too funny. An Ohio woman, all alone at home, probably with a few cats, got drunk and decided she needed a man. So she did what women have been trained to do when they have a problem: she dialed 911. Although calling 911 has proven to be very effective for removing husbands from women’s lives, a system whereby it replaces them has not yet been worked out. But never fear; I’m sure feminists will come up with a new program that court orders single men to attend to desperate, lonely and aging women who have blown it in...
  • Uncle Sam’s Predator: How a Woman Games the System by Snaring Soldiers

    05/26/2010 1:33:38 PM PDT · by Christian Cage · 48 replies · 2,459+ views
    The Spearhead ^ | May 26, 2010 | Welmer
    Bobbi Ann Finley has been taking young soldiers for all they’re worth for years, draining their bank accounts, getting pregnant with their children, and marrying multiple men at once. The system set up by feminist family law has made her job a lot easier, and armed with false identification she targets one victim after the next, making off with benefits, cash and their progeny. Bobbi Ann has at least 9 children and has been married to at least 11 men, but the hapless young men keep falling prey to her scam. It seems outrageous that she can get away with...
  • Judge Ignores Father’s Plea, Child Dies

    05/24/2010 2:27:36 PM PDT · by Christian Cage · 51 replies · 1,492+ views
    The Spearhead ^ | May 24, 2010 | Welmer
    Little Ethan Stacy’s life was torn apart by a divorce in which his mother had run off to Utah to be with Nathan Sloop, a man who has allegedly murdered the boy. His mother, Stephanie Stacy, was described by Joe G. Stacy, the boy’s father, as “unstable” and likely to disappear with the child. Last November, Mr. Stacy informed the court of his fears, but judge Maura T. Smith claims never to have read the filing. Mr. Stacy also said that Ethan had expressed reservations about leaving to visit his mother in Utah. Nevertheless, Mr. Stacy complied with the court...
  • Domestic violence (Editorial by an Ohio Police Chief...Barf Alert)

    03/26/2010 3:18:55 PM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 45 replies · 605+ views
    The Columbus Dispatch ^ | March 26, 2010 | Larry Rinehart
    Domestic violence I am an active advocate against domestic violence and have been since May 12, 2001. In that time I have had the opportunity to speak to more groups of people than I can remember; large and small, adults and students, and all types of civic, social, and church groups. I have given my presentations to literally thousands of people all over this sate. In the course of talking with people before and after my presentations I have come to realize several things that you will not find in the national and local statistics about domestic violence. First, I...
  • Obama/Biden: Escalating the War on Fathers and Families

    08/24/2008 1:45:30 PM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 32 replies · 458+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | 2008-08-24 | Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D.
    Obama/Biden: Escalating the War on Fathers and Families 2008-08-24 at 8:21 am · Tragically — but true to the radical feminist agenda — the Obama/Biden Democratic ticket portends an escalating war on boys, men, fathers, and families. On Father’s Day 2008, Sen. Obama could have spoken on any number of topics. His choice was to castigate African-American fathers and blame fathers, and fathers alone, for the ills of the African-American family. He called upon African-American fathers to be more involved in their children’s lives (certainly a worthwhile call) but he also castigated them for failing to endorse “responsible fatherhood” which...
  • Will YOU Elect GynObama & VAWA Joe? (Violence Against Women Act)

    08/24/2008 9:05:11 AM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 24 replies · 304+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | 2008-08-23 | Marc H. Rudov
    Will YOU Elect GynObama & VAWA Joe? 2008-08-23 at 7:55 pm · Biggest Setback to Men in US History Attention all men: do a quick testicular self-exam. That space you feel between your legs means that Barack Obama and Joe Biden — both on record as ballbusting misandrists — will easily convince you to send them to the White House. If you enable their victory, you will cause the biggest setback to men in US history. It is Saturday morning, August 23, 2008. All the networks are atwitter about Barack Obama choosing Joe Biden to be his veep. Fawning reporters...
  • Teen Boy Target of Outrageous Misuse of Child Pornography Laws

    05/29/2008 9:30:35 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 10 replies · 200+ views
    glennsacks.com ^ | 5/29/08 | Glenn Sacks
    Criminal defense attorney Douglas R. Slain (pictured) has a great post about an outrageous misuse of child pornography laws. The target, of course, is male--in this case Alex Phillips, a 17-year old high school student from La Crosse, Wisconsin. Slain writes: "Phillips may not be the brightest crayon in the box, but his story is one that once again calls into question the legislative sanity of some of the overreach of our laws regarding what constitutes 'child pornography.' "It turns out that Phillips at some point in the last year was friendly with a 16-year old girl called HLK (14...
  • Bill May Remove Loaded Words

    05/13/2008 2:15:36 PM PDT · by floriduh voter · 100 replies · 258+ views
    Daytona News Journal On Line ^ | May 12, 2008 | floriduhvoter
    http://www.news-journalonline.com/NewsJournalOnline/News/Headlines/frtHEAD02051208.htm
  • New Column--Advertisers: Men Are Not Idiots

    04/22/2008 3:02:23 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 54 replies · 346+ views
    Advertising Age ^ | 4/14/08 | Glenn Sacks
    "The way the advertising industry portrays men has drawn increasing scrutiny in both the trade press and the mainstream media. Defenders of the status quo -- in which men are depicted as irresponsible fathers and lazy, foolish husbands -- are starting to feel outnumbered. It's an understandable feeling..."The evidence is clear: 'Man as idiot' isn't going over very well these days."My new column, Advertisers: Men Are Not Idiots (Advertising Age, 4/14/08), co-authored with Richard Smaglick of www.fathersandhusbands.org, appeared recently in Advertising Age, one of the largest advertising industry publications. To write a Letter to the Editor, click on editor@adage.com. The...
  • Jennifer Lopez's Violent, Anti-Male Music Video 'Do It Well'

    02/28/2008 2:23:38 PM PST · by PercivalWalks · 21 replies · 187+ views
    Glenn Sacks.com ^ | 2-28-08 | Glenn Sacks
    In the music video "Do It Well," singer Jennifer Lopez packs all of the following into a 3 minute, 17 second video: She pushes a man down a flight of stairs She kicks a man in the head She wraps a man's arm behind his back and shoves him She hits a man in the head (twice) She kicks a man She throws a man She pushes a man over a stairway railing, and he flips back head first. The video is considerably more violent than Carrie Underwood's anti-male Before He Cheats, which was bad enough. To watch the video,...
  • A New Thing to Blame Men for--Retiring at Retirement Age

    01/16/2008 10:31:49 AM PST · by PercivalWalks · 14 replies · 353+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 1-16-08 | Glenn Sacks
    USA Today financial columnist Sandra Block's column below all but comes right out and says that men are selfish for retiring at retirement age. Instead, men should continue to work, work, work while--guess what?--women should retire earlier. According to Block, by working well past retirement age, men can "make up for all the times you came home with beer on your breath, left your socks on the bathroom floor or gave your wife a DustBuster for Valentine's Day." I guess 40 years of working longer hours than your wife at a job more demanding and hazardous than hers--as most men...
  • Girl Accuses Construction Worker of Rape--an Unbelievable Outcome

    01/15/2008 9:42:52 AM PST · by PercivalWalks · 20 replies · 152+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 1-14-08 | Glenn Sacks
    Amazing--a middle school girl makes a false allegation of rape against a construction worker who is working at her school, and the result is: a) An outpouring of support and sympathy for the falsely accused construction worker. b) A tearful apology from the false accuser to the falsely accused construction worker. c) A tearful apology from the false accuser's parents to the falsely accused construction worker. d) A call for increased awareness of false allegations of rape. e) A call for increased vigilance against construction workers. If you picked "e", you're correct. The unbelievable story is below. To write a...
  • Boybashing in Abstinence Education

    12/19/2007 10:05:39 AM PST · by PercivalWalks · 29 replies · 335+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 12-18-07 | Glenn Sacks
    Lead Feministing blogger Jessica Valenti, author of Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman's Guide to Why Feminism Matters, criticizes Abstinence Education in her recent blog post Abstinence-only Education: What we're missing. She makes some valid points, but what most interested me was her citing a 2004 Ms. Magazine article called Virgin Territory--Ms. goes to an abstinence conference and learns that it pays to be chaste. According to the article: "Your body is a wrapped lollipop. "When you have sex with a man, he unwraps your lollipop and sucks on it. "It may feel great at the time, but, unfortunately, when...
  • US Misandry.

    10/03/2007 4:19:14 AM PDT · by rollingthunder2006 · 5 replies · 172+ views
    Mens News Daily.com ^ | 10/3/07 | Bernard Chapin
    “There’s nothing wrong with us guys, except everything.” “You guys aren’t dumb rednecks like they say?” Well, with fair and open-minded quotes like the ones above, along with the subtitle “The True and Twisted Mind of the American Man,” readers can easily discern just how slanted and biased Charlie LeDuff’s account of the direct sex is in US Guys. His subtitle, were it to be used in the context of women, would be tantamount to a hate crime. The author would never do that though because, as he admits in the Preface, “I hardly understand women.” No doubt he is...
  • Woman Who Statutory Raped Boy Avoids Jail, While Boy's Brother Imprisoned for Same Crime

    08/23/2007 9:54:38 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 7 replies · 478+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 8/22/07 | Glenn Sacks
    I'm opposed to prison sentences for certain statutory rape situations--in many countries, a 21-year-old man having a relationship with a 17-year-old woman is perfectly normal. A friend's grandparents recently celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary, and it was publicized in local papers, as it should be, since it's such an achievement. But looking at the story and doing a little math made me realize that if the two of them had gotten married yesterday, he would go to jail--he was 21 and she was 17 when they got married in 1922. This is absurd. On the other had, if it's a...
  • Misandry in the Least Likely of Places

    08/01/2007 9:33:38 AM PDT · by FreeManDC · 23 replies · 865+ views
    ifeminists.net ^ | August 1, 2007 | Carey Roberts
    Dial up your local Country and Western station and you may soon find your fingers tapping out the beat of Carrie Underwood's latest hit, "Before He Cheats." Underwood suspects her boyfriend is probably cheating on her (in matters of infidelity, I guess "probably" is proof enough). This how she extracts her revenge: "I dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped-up four-wheel drive, Carved my name into his leather seats... I took a Louisville slugger to both headlights, slashed a hole in all four tires..." Trashing your boyfriend's car has little to do with sugar and spice...
  • Carrie Underwood's 'Before He Cheats'--A Woman Commits Domestic Violence and it's Good Revenge

    07/10/2007 10:01:06 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 15 replies · 1,952+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 7/10/07 | Glenn Sacks
    "I dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped up 4 wheel drive, carved my name into his leather seats...I took a Louisville slugger to both headlights, slashed a hole in all 4 tires..."--from Carrie Underwood's hit single "Before He Cheats."One of the ways the double standard about domestic violence manifests itself in our popular culture is the female revenge motif. Women who are wronged (which, to some, means all women) exact revenge in a way which, were the genders reversed, would be widely condemned. One example is country singer Carrie Underwood's hit single "Before He Cheats",...
  • If You See a Father Holding His Child's Hand, Call the Cops!

    06/25/2007 4:46:24 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 17 replies · 788+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/21/07 | Glenn Sacks
    If dad goes for a walk with his daughter and holds her hand, apparently Virginia Department of Health officials wants you to pick up the phone and destroy his life by reporting him as a possible sexual abuser. I would've thought this article about this campaign was from the Onion or some satirical publication, but it's for real. One of the most beautiful pictures I've ever seen is a picture of my father walking on the beach near sunset holding my daughter's little hand. The picture in the new "Stop It Now" campaign advertisement that depicts a man holding a...
  • Gay/Lesbian Press Mischaracterizes Glenn Sacks' Criticism of OPUS Cartoon

    06/19/2007 9:44:24 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 24 replies · 1,159+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/14/07 | Glenn Sacks
    Not surprisingly, the gay press has fired back at me over my comments earlier this week in my blog post "Nationally-Syndicated Cartoonist: It's Better to Have Two Moms than a Mom and a Dad," [glennsacks.com/blog/?p=214] in which I criticized the OPUS Father's Day week cartoon "Davie Dinkle has two moms." In the cartoon, which appeared in many of America's largest newspapers last Sunday, two elementary school boys discuss a classmate who is being raised by two lesbian moms. One boy says, "Makes you wonder how he'll do without a male role model in the house." Right afterwards, the drunken, idiot...
  • Nationally-Syndicated Cartoonist: It's Better to Have Two Moms than a Mom and a Dad

    06/11/2007 4:28:27 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 49 replies · 2,236+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/11/07 | Glenn Sacks
    Guy Berkeley "Berke" Breathed (aka "Berkeley Breathed"), creator of the popular, nationally-syndicated cartoon OPUS, gives fathers a nice kick in the teeth Father's Day week with his latest comic "Davie Dinkle has two moms" (pictured). In the comic, which appeared in many of America's largest newspapers yesterday (6/10/07), two elementary school boys have the following discussion: Boy with Black Hair: Hey, ya hear about Davie Dinkle in third grade? Boy with Blond Hair: No. Black: He's got two moms. Blond: Two? Black: Multiple mommies. Blond: Cool. Penguin: No dad? Black: No dads. Blond: A dearth of dads for Davie Dinkle....
  • I Debate Feminist Rebecca Traister in <I>Atlanta Life Magazine</I>

    06/11/2007 4:18:16 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 6 replies · 652+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/11/07 | Glenn Sacks
    Feminist writer Rebecca Traister and I debated the question "Is America Bashing Its Men?" in the June issue of Atlanta Life Magazine (pictured). Traister is a staff writer at Salon.com who has written for the New York Times, New York Magazine, and others. Traister and I didn't agree on much of anything. We were asked the following three questions: 1) Why are men’s issues in the areas of divorce, child custody and support, false accusations of rape, and discrimination in the workplace and in society almost never covered by the mainstream news media? 2) It seems atypical to see men...
  • I Debate Feminist Rebecca Traister in <I>Atlanta Life Magazine</I>

    06/11/2007 4:13:29 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 2 replies · 430+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/11/07 | Glenn Sacks
    Feminist writer Rebecca Traister and I debated the question "Is America Bashing Its Men?" in the June issue of Atlanta Life Magazine (pictured). Traister is a staff writer at Salon.com who has written for the New York Times, New York Magazine, and others. Traister and I didn't agree on much of anything. We were asked the following three questions: 1) Why are men’s issues in the areas of divorce, child custody and support, false accusations of rape, and discrimination in the workplace and in society almost never covered by the mainstream news media? 2) It seems atypical to see men...
  • NOW Portrays Immigrant Men as Wife-Beaters

    06/11/2007 4:07:02 PM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 48 replies · 1,524+ views
    GlennSacks.com ^ | 6/8/07 | Glenn Sacks
    There are legitimate arguments on both sides of the immigration debate, but most reasonable people on both sides acknowledge that most immigrants are hard-working, decent people who (understandably) came to the US for a chance at a better life. Not the National Organization for Women. In a recent statement I would've more expected from the Ku Klux Klan than from NOW, NOW president Kim Gandy (pictured) describes immigrant men as men who "hit their [wives] frequently," threaten to put their wives and children on the street if they "ask them to buy groceries or clothes for the kids" and make...
  • A school board's message: Women good, men bad

    05/30/2007 9:05:52 AM PDT · by GMMAC · 14 replies · 1,111+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Wednesday, May 30, 2007 | Barbara Kay
    A school board's message: Women good, men bad Barbara Kay, National Post Published: Wednesday, May 30, 2007Note: this column ran on hard copy's Editorial Page The Peel District School Board is one of Canada's largest, as its $1-billion budget, 13,000 academic staff, 145,000 students and 226 schools attest. Imagine the burden of responsibility felt by its trustees, knowing so many tender and malleable young minds are in their hands. So if signing off on an official school board document, a pamphlet say, tasked with guiding thousands of teachers in negotiating sensitive domestic issues with certain students, such a board...
  • Hotel Reservation: Floor For Women Only New Hotel To Open In September

    05/20/2007 4:50:54 PM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 56 replies · 1,230+ views
    News4Jax ^ | May 17, 2007 | NA
    Hotel Reservation: Floor For Women Only New Hotel To Open In September POSTED: 8:46 am EDT May 17, 2007 E-mail this story | Print this story GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- No men allowed. That will be the rule on the the entire 19th floor of a new J.W. Marriott hotel being built in Grand Rapids, Mich. A lounge at the hotel also will be reserved for women only when the hotel opens in September. Spokeswoman Andrea Groom said more than half of all business travelers are women. She told The Grand Rapids Press that they want be able to relax...
  • Does getting him a beer count as work?

    04/29/2007 7:43:37 PM PDT · by GMMAC · 48 replies · 1,487+ views
    latimes.com ^ | April 28, 2007 | Meghan Daum
    Does getting him a beer count as work?Have women turned what were once leisure activities into chores? Meghan Daum The Los Angeles Times April 28, 2007 IF YOU'RE ONE of those women for whom the only hobby more satisfying than aromatherapy wreath-making is complaining about how men don't work hard enough, I'm afraid your lament license has just been revoked. A new study by researchers in Berlin, Brussels and Texas asked participants in 25 countries to keep track of how they spent their days...
  • For want of a father

    02/28/2007 9:48:09 AM PST · by GMMAC · 9 replies · 447+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Wednesday, February 28, 2007 | Barbara Kay
    For want of a father Barbara Kay, National Post Published: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 Earlier this month, the Vanier Institute of the Family published a report -- The Rise in the Number of Children and Adolescents who exhibit Problematic Behaviours: Multiple Causes -- claiming to identify the sources of a well-documented rise in youth behavioural problems since 1970. According to lead author Anne-Marie Ambert, a retired York University sociology professor, the situation is dire. She alleges that a "disturbing shift of behaviour" over the last 35 years is producing severe behavioural problems in one of five children today; and...
  • Where men can be men (feminists' 'Augusta' style move stopped for now)

    01/14/2007 3:55:14 PM PST · by GMMAC · 31 replies · 1,041+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Saturday, January 13, 2007 | John Turley-ewart
    Where men can be men John Turley-ewart, National Post Published: Saturday, January 13, 2007 There comes a time in every man's week when he wants a little time away from womenfolk--a time when he can unwind with other fellows in the congenial surroundings of a men's lounge at his golf or tennis club; where the Scotch is old; the big screen TV lights up with football or hockey (instead of some ninny reality show about refurbishing a kitchen or remaking some secretary's makeup and hairdo) and a ticker tape runs across the bottom telling him how wealthy his stocks...
  • Lone gunman: Ecole Polytechnique massacre ... why is every man made to feel guilty for it?

    12/07/2006 5:33:32 PM PST · by GMMAC · 9 replies · 675+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Wednesday, December 06, 2006 | Barbara Kay
    Lone gunman: The Ecole Polytechnique massacre was a freak tragedy. So why is every man made to feel guilty for it? Barbara Kay, The National Post Published: Wednesday, December 06, 2006 Seventeen years ago today Marc Lepine killed 14 women and himself at the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal in Canada's worst mass murder. From this human tragedy of no inherent political significance, a political industry emerged, which produced in the massacre's name: gun control laws, lavish public spending on women's causes, feminist-guided school curricula and a high tolerance for overt misandry. In the massacre's wake, ideologues elevated Lepine's rampage...
  • Sins of the mother

    10/11/2006 9:35:36 AM PDT · by GMMAC · 13 replies · 1,230+ views
    National Post - Canada ^ | Wednesday, October 11, 2006 | Barbara Kay
    Sins of the mother Barbara Kay National Post Wednesday, October 11, 2006 We have heard the story before. The names change, the province changes, the particulars of the custody case change, the age of the dead child changes, but some things stay the same when a mother kills her own children: Any objective observer can see the tragedy coming a mile away, the children are not removed from her toxic embrace before it happens, and the mother is not only insufficiently punished (if at all) for the crime, but receives public sympathy on the assumption she was driven to...