Sunday, 22 June 2014

15 Feminist Contradictions

I particularly like the point Kelly Jones makes about childcare, I hadn't thought of that before myself.

Her conclusion is depressing but most likely very true:
 "Unfortunately the resolution of this problem won't come from men: these radical feminists have so brainwashed themselves that they don't listen to men anymore. Any man who tries to criticize or reason with them, they automatically brand him as some kind of terrorist. So the only way this problem is going to be resolved is if independent, reasoning, single women can tell the feminists what whining idiots they are."

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

The Average American Male

I can’t remember the last time I read a book that was genuinely “laugh out loud funny” that "I couldn’t put down”, but The Average American Male by Chad Kultgen really is the shit. The line “Why would you want Marie Osmond dead? She’s one of the most courageous women of our time!” wracked my body with involuntary spasms that left me incapable of any meaningful hand-eye coordination for several minutes afterwards.

I can fully understand how this book could put the fear of God into any woman raised on Oprah Winfrey, Ally McBeal, Sex And The City and Jane Austen, but for me it is simply fantastic to see long-suppressed and seldom heard Y chromosome thoughts laid out on the printed page at last for all to see. Kultgen writes like a heterosexual Chuck Palahniuk - he’s not quite that good a writer, and to be fair, not a great deal really happens as such in the book.

But my God it’s funny. Very very funny. And very very true.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

The International Conference on Men's Issues

Further updates on the feminist terrorist threats trying to shut down the upcoming First International Conference On Men's Issues. Although the response to this has been amazing, with something like $25,000 being raised in 24 hours, more would surely be put to good use, so please consider donating here: