Tag Archive: discrimination

radical feminism versus manosphere

  I made the suggestion recently that manosphere must have started up as a satirical response to radical feminism: the kind of Poe’s Law phenomenon that picks up unexpected steam and becomes believable for certain individuals… Continue reading

gender roles – thoughts on radical feminism part 2

on the planet Obstreperon, where patriarchy was abolished centuries ago following the Spinster Aunt Rebellion of 3658, “male” and “female” are quaint anachronisms, recollected only dimly by the creakiest and wispiest of superannuated… Continue reading

thoughts on radical feminism – part 1

Radical Feminism is a term that has only fully hit my radar in recent weeks. Prior to that, I had vaguely assumed they were feminists who were radical, in that they were cool.… 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

profiling and unconscious bias – part 2

In a world of survival of the fittest, it makes sense that animals are hard-wired with a basic instinct that has them making snap judgments about their predators. Some chimpanzees attack chimps that… 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

bad research and the dangers of groupthink

Recently there was much outrage over the alleged anti-homosexuality law in Uganda, but if you read the actual law it was speaking of forced sexual contact with minors with the intent to give them… Continue reading

caught in the middle – are gender differences real?

A teacher in the USA recently got caught up in a mini-storm about how she managed play in the classroom. In an effort to ensure that girls became more accustomed to using building… Continue reading

the difference between ‘thought control’ and ‘being considerate’

That is the cultural struggle we are having in the US right now. There are some who wish to exchange freedom for political correctness, who believe in patrolling and regulating not only speech,… Continue reading

introducing the victims of PC

Offending is the unavoidable byproduct of honest conversation. (Tildeb) For those of you who haven’t noticed, we live in a much smaller world. It’s a world where everyone has a voice and everyone… Continue reading