Tag Archive: criticism

love & security or leadership & authority?

There is a crisis in our country and it’s really not about guns, it’s about leadership, role models, and authority. It often does begin with boys in fatherless homes, deprived of any masculine… Continue reading

hay monsters and gods

My dear friend Wally, over at Truth in Palmyra, has an excellent post ridiculing evolution. It’s called Evolution of the Hay Monster and I encourage you to read it. I was so inspired by… Continue reading

do you prefer attractive people?

I’ll continue to prefer more attractive people to less attractive ones in a thousand subtle ways (Jim) It seems to be an accepted fact in some cultures that more attractive people are more… Continue reading

subtexts in radical feminism

There was a time, not long ago, when rousing anthems on feminism engaged me and enraged me about the patriarchal society we live in. Now I’ve delved a little deeper into radical feminism,… Continue reading

sticking our liberal noses in your life

I would argue though that today’s “liberals” are the authoritarians as they can’t seem to stop sticking their noses in to the most personal aspect of our lives. What kind of lightbulbs to… Continue reading

understanding the fringe

As someone who has always considered themselves a feminist, and quite radical by persuasion, I was surprised to discover that there’s a lot about some parts of ‘radical feminism’ I find illogical and… Continue reading

catholic condom catastrophe

Abortion is not the lesser of two evils. It is a crime. …On the other hand, avoiding pregnancy is not an absolute evil. In certain cases, as in this one, or in the… Continue reading

selecting my chosen oppressed group

I’ve recently had cause to reassess my views towards groups of people who are routinely oppressed and/or marginalised within our society. It’s been suggested to me that it’s impossible to cover all bases for political… Continue reading

abortion – what do you want?

Violet; you and others with your outlook on this subject are what is sick in America. God help you. (John R. Hugo on Quiner’s Diner) Surprisingly, I agree with right-wing Christians that high numbers… Continue reading

wading into race realism

Never in 1,000 years did I imagine that I would end up the person that I am today: a black race realist—someone who believes IQ is normally distributed and that averages may differ… Continue reading