Tag: radical feminism

Shooting Oneself in the Foot

Dear the People, It says a lot about the quality of the arguments presented by the Left when a book on one of their most beloved ideologies refutes itself. It especially says a lot when one of these refutations can be found without even having to open the book. DK’s newest release from their series of books encompassing such topics…

When In Doubt, Begin Again

Dear the People, Well, it seems some things never change. The discussion – I hesitate to call it that given the lack of respectful and mature discourse present on the side of the Arbourist – has continued as my fellow blogger has now decided to write a reply to my original rebuttal [Identity Politics and Its Lack of Intellectual Credentials]…

Repetition of Ideas ≠ Reason

Dear the People, It seems the fight for truth continues. Last week, I rebutted the Arbourist’s radical third-wave feminist assumption of patriarchy in my post titled “Identity Politics and Their Lack of Intellectual Credentials”. Recently she replied in her post entitled, “What Do You Do With Internalized Patriarchal Misogyny”. I would recommend reading it for full context before continuing to…

The War on Women

Dear the People, I’m sure you’ve heard it before: radical feminism is targeting men, harming them, and making them victims of sexism against males. While all of this is true, there are victims here of third-wave feminism that we don’t talk about as much (and no, I’m not actually addressing the unborn babes that are slaughtered by the thousands). I’m…