Category Archives: misanthropy


The bulk of my conversations with other women is always the question of why.  Why do men hate women.  Why do men treat us like a joke.  Why do men enjoy harming us.  Why is it even the nicest of … Continue reading

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the facts of life

For the record, the title is a reference to the euphemism, not the television show.  It is sad that in the year 2017 I have to clarify this point.  Feminism is first and foremost sexual politics, as in politics relating to … Continue reading

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female derangement syndrome

When I was growing up, I read all kinds of stuff.  When my mother was at work, I would lay on her bed and read whatever reading material she had on her headboard.  She would bring home a rotating mash … Continue reading

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white supremacy and christianity

The conversation about white supremacy on the Internet has never included Christianity.  It has only ever focused on “white people” and “white people” only.  There is the belief that “white people” just decided, out of nowhere, to start oppressing everyone … Continue reading

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white supremacy and misogyny

David Futrelle, blog owner of We Hunted the Mammoth, wrote an article about how  “men’s rights activism” is a gateway drug for the alt-right. Both movements appeal to men with fantasies of violent, sometimes apocalyptic redemption — and, like Cantwell, … Continue reading

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addendum 3: people choose to be misogynists

“Feminism has fought no wars. It has killed no opponents. It has set up no concentration camps, starved no enemies, practiced no cruelties. Its battles have been for education, for the vote, for better working conditions.. for safety on the … Continue reading

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addendum 2: surrounded by misogynist psychopaths

Another question I’m asked for being an Atheist is how do I know right from wrong.  This question annoys me because it presumes that I am so stupid or personally deficient that I don’t know how to live my life … Continue reading

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