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No Tears for Dead Sluts; or, Why I Have No Sympathy for Felicia Garcia

It’s your typical heartbreaking Romeo and Juliet story. Teenage girl gets gangbanged by four football players on video, then kills herself when the truth comes out… wait, what: Two students have been temporarily removed from a high school in Staten Island, New York, for tormenting a 15-year-old girl before she committed suicide by jumping in […]

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How to Make Feminists Cry

Last Monday, Frost published a guest article of mine, “Saving Women from Themselves,” in which I argued that the manosphere truly loves women because we want to guide them towards happier and more fulfilling lives. I checked back in that evening to see that the post had erupted into a real shitstorm, with feminists aggressively […]

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Defensive Voting in Fracking Country

As adamant as I am that voting is a waste of time, I’ve heard some decent arguments for voting defensively—in other words, out of pure self-interest—in the past couple days. Right now in Williston, folks are convinced that if Obama is reelected, he and the Democrats are going to take steps to either ban hydrofracking entirely […]

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Debunking What Do Feminists Have Left?

The skinny: a few days ago, Roosh posted the below video to his forum, in which a lisping lardball laments that women still don’t get equal pay for doing unequal work, can’t walk alone through dangerous neighborhoods while drunk at four in the morning, and more feminist kvetching. Littlepdog posted a stellar debunking of the video’s claims on […]

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Ugly Bitch Bullied Off of Internet, Penises Around the World Rejoice

Hallelujah, praise Jesus, amen! We of the manosphere have successfully harangued a hideous, haggardly feminist into rage-quitting the blogosphere (hat tip: Roosh): I love writing, I love sharing my ideas, and I love listening to the ideas of my readers. But I simply no longer love blogging. Instead of feeling gleeful anticipation when writing up a […]

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We Come Not to Praise the Men’s Rights Movement, But to Bury It

The papers have been signed, the assets have been divvied up, and the children have been traumatized for life. The MRAs and the paleomasculinists (no, I will not call us “gamers” or “PUAs”) have divorced once and for all. There are a few folks still trying to make amends, but this marriage was doomed from […]

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Matt Forney Comments on Everything: Truck Stop Cheeseburger Edition

It’s 2:30 am in Iowa, I’ve got a glass of chocolate milk, and I’m several days behind on my Google Reader. Let’s let ‘er rip. 1) For those of you who follow Koanic and/or Texas Arcane, I have a new blog called Excavating Eden dedicated to my thoughts on the ideas they present about archeology, anthropology and human […]

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The Sick Man of the West

Over at Spootville, Tim muses on how Obama’s policies have worked to increase gas prices: Gas prices are high, did destroying cars help? Did preventing an oil delivery system reduce gas costs? Did banning drilling in shallow water prevent shoreline damage? Did banning all offshore drilling reduce gas costs? Does having taxpayers pay to put corn […]

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Only Democrats Can Be Sexy

Over at the Good Man(gina) Project, some twat blew an ovary at the idea that women might find Mitt Romney attractive: Mreh, the rest of this is pretty boring. “Waaaaah why is Romney flying coach he is RICH and rich people need to flaunt their superiority over us, he’s super-better than Obama because Obama is a […]

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Feminism and the Men’s Rights Movement as Ideological Autism

I’m far from the first person to note the similarities between feminists and MRAs, and I think I’ve stumbled across the reason why: both ideologies are motivated by autism. That is, both the feminist and men’s rights’ movements are populated by women and men who are socially awkward and incapable of relating to other people […]

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