Tag Archive: men

gender critical radical feminists

There’s a subsection of radical feminism that describes itself as ‘gender critical’. This means they are critical of the traditional female and male roles that we are presented with in most, if not… Continue reading

should men wear short sleeves?

​When the gorgeous behinds pass by, we (men) always have a choice. Either a) look away and think nothing else of it, b) appreciate the female form while you sip your half-caf, or… Continue reading

musings on the radical-feminist-fringe hatred of all things trans

And although I might think of myself as a woman, someone else might be further down the spectrum towards womanhood than I am, and thus ‘more of a woman’ than me. (Rebecca Reilly-Cooper)… Continue reading

what is the patriarchy? thoughts on radical feminism – part 3

Patriarchy is the term used to describe the society in which we live today, characterised by current and historic unequal power relations between women and men whereby women are systematically disadvantaged and oppressed.… Continue reading

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

misleading discussions about generic gender roles

There is a war on women being waged right now. It seeks to erase who we are as women, to replace our value as wives and mothers, with our ability to pursue wealth… Continue reading

dealing with the problem of men

Curious that it is hard for us to condemn the hungry for being motivated by their hunger, yet easy for us to judge the rapist for being motivated by theirs. Christians say a… Continue reading