Browsing All posts tagged under »feminist rhetoric«

What Feminist Writer Sandra Newman Gets Right about False Accusation and Why That Disarms Her Contention That It “Almost Never [Has] Serious Consequences”

March 16, 2018


In a recent article titled, “What kind of person makes false rape accusations?” (commented on here), novelist Sandra Newman answers that, among others, people with (Cluster B) personality disorders do (sociopaths, narcissists, histrionics, and borderlines), which is true. People who exhibit the traits associated with these disorders, whether clinically or subclinically, are identified in […]

Feminist Writer Emily Lindin Explains How “Innocent Men Losing Their Jobs over False Sexual Assault/Harassment Allegations” Isn’t a Matter for Concern

February 19, 2018


Feminists manage to reap the best of both worlds. They enjoy the insulated life of the nursery but are patted on the heads and told what big girls they are. They purport to understand life’s grim realities better than anyone and arrogate to themselves the right to nominate which of them most urgently deserves attention. […]

ManBoobz and Subreddits: Why Your Abuse by the Justice System Is Less Important than a Communal Toilet

May 24, 2015


“Man Boobz has a contingent of MRA commentors, but he has never (to his knowledge) changed any of their minds.” —Kate Donovan, Even at the risk of giving the impression that what the epigraph means is worth understanding, I’ll interpret: is the domain name of a website that mocks “MRAs” or “Men’s Rights […]