Tag Archive: musings

lefty loserism

VR Kaine gave a great comment about lack of success in leftist movements being down to poor leadership and a culture of ‘loserism’ (which I assume is a synonym for ‘victimhood’, discussed in… 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

why do you champion oppression?

The question of whether abortion should be legal seems to polarise public opinion, particularly in the USA these days. As part of the trend for strangers to decide whether individual women choose to host another… 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

nutritional ethics and sardines

I’ve not eaten any mammals for over 15 years now. I don’t like the idea of a sentient creature suffering and dying for me to chew on and digest their flesh, especially when… 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

the christian imagination

I imagine some men may well prefer a harem or polygamy, or perhaps unlimited sexual access with no commitment or responsibilities. Than we have the women who prefer no relationship at all, who… Continue reading

wading into the fat debate

Human societies around the world have a number of health problems. In 2015, one of our most pressing difficulties is maintaining our bodies at a size where they can function efficiently. Why is… 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