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Release Date: 05/24/2017
Join the Fireside Chat with special guest David Okorodudu. David, originally from Nigeria, got involved in the Men's Movement after a series of incidents we'll get into on the show. He's currently a student of human resource management in Manitoba, Canadainfo_outline IDGA Chair Steps Down, China Aims For "Civilized" Internet | HBR News 324
This week on HBR News: IDGA chair resigns among accusations of employee mistreatment, China's aims to promote a "civilized" internet, Queensland police are putting a new tool that supposedly predicts and prevents domestic abuse, and more!info_outline Chillin' With Returning Guest From the Animation Industry Luke | Fireside Chat 192
Join us on the Fireside Chat with returning guest Luke! Luke was a lead designer and storyboard artist for several popular cartoon shows such as Ben 10, JLA Adventures, Gravity Falls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles(2012), Steven Universe and more! He experienced discrimination and marginalization in the industry thanks to woke ideologues and an incestual workplace and the metoo movement.info_outline Talking With Comic Book Writer Ronald Christian on Positive Masculine In Stories | Fireside Chat 191
Join us on the Fireside Chat with our guest Ronald Christian! Ronald is a comic book creator who I met online when he dared to create a book for young boys 9 and up that would have a focus on positive, constructive and heroic examples of masculinity. For even suggesting this was something we need in the current paradigm he was shamed and criticized by other members of the community. I told him he has every right to create content about whatever he wanted, and that I agreed with him on the need for positive masculine role models for young boys, and I was kicked from the group for my trouble....info_outline Graped in the head | HBR Talk 197
This week on HBR Talk, Alison, Hannah, and Lauren will consider thefemaledatingstrategy.com blog post “Yes Ladies, You CAN be raped and not realize it until weeks later,” and its implications.info_outline An Open Letter to My Respectful Boyfriend | Relationship Advice for Men 6
Join us on our stream as we look at a medium blog by Fernanda Laertez where she sends an open letter to her respectful, woke, sweet, considerate and progressive boyfriend.info_outline Google's Anti-Racism Training, Based Tennessee, Rose vs the Newsoms | HBR News 323
This week on HBR News we discuss the leaked Google anti-racism training, the Tennessee bill that would give fathers a say in abortion cases, Rose McGowan comes after Gavin Newsom, and more!info_outline Men Rate Themselves by Attractiveness, Women Tell Us What's Up | Relationship Advice for Men 5
Join us on our stream as we look at this video posted by Jubilee where 5 men attempt to rank each other by attractiveness, and then 5 women rank the men themselves.info_outline American Men Give Up On College While Afgani Women Get Gender Studies | HBR Society 1
On today's show we look at two articles:. One from the Wall Street Journal on how men are feeling lost & purposeless in modern society, and one from the Spectator on how a billion dollar gender studies program in Afghanistan doesn't seem to be working outinfo_outline Anti-male propaganda disguised as research | HBR Talk 196
This week HBR Talk looks at a progressive academics report on the question “Are Anti-Feminist Communities Gateways to the Far Right?” with, according to the title, “Evidence from Reddit & YouTube.” Deborah Powney joins to provide a researcher’s perspectiveinfo_outline
Ariana Grande! Pamela Anderson! Chris Cornell! Celebrity news or nah?
Good Day, Sir! You Look Like Somebody Who Likes Degrading Minorities
By Max Derrat
For those of you who are fans of the Simpsons… remember that one episode where Homer was trying to sell a sexual performance enhancer inside a mall? HE goes up to one guy and says, “hello, sir! You look like a man who needs help satisfying his wife.” Now, imagine that… but in real life… and instead of a sex drug… it’s social justice.
Well, that is exactly what is happening at the University of California-Los Angeles, and to top it all off… the school is paying people to do it. A new program, titled the “Social Justice Advocates” program, is going to help students “navigate a world that operates on whiteness, patriarchy, and heteronormativity as the primary ideologies.” Roughly eight to ten social justice advocates will be selected for the upcoming fall semester. They will have to spend three hours per work facilitating their duties, which include weekly meetings and… wait for it… crafting presentations. The program is funded through the Bruin Excellence and Student Transformation Grant Program (BEST) which receives funding from the university’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
It is no secret that we, here, at Honey Badger Radio, report on pre-existing articles during our shows. This particular story happens to come from an excellent news aggregator called “Campus Reform”, which, of course, reports on all the social justice hysteria happening on campuses across the USA. The best part of this whole story… is the fact that students who participate in this social justice program have been ordered by their supervisor to NOT talk to Campus Reform, and to defer interview requests to the UCLA media department.
In the meantime, I would like to take a second to not speak for Honey Badger Radio, but for myself. If you go to UCLA, and somebody comes up to you who says, “Hello sir! You look like somebody who takes pleasure in subjugating minorities”, I recommend you reply with the following: “Well, hello! You look like a massive tool who needs to do something productive for once in their lives like suck a dick and/or clit.”
I Don’t Care What You Think Is Sexist: You Don’t Need to Drink While Pregnant
By Max Derrat
Fellow, Honey Badgers… is it a good idea to drink alcohol when you’re pregnant? This is an honest question. Yes or no? No? Good, so in theory, we shouldn’t have to talk about the contents of this article… but since we have a show to put on…
Pregnancy charities and researchers are calling for a change to government guidelines which warn expectant mothers to avoid alcohol completely. Dr. Ellie Lee, Director of the Centre of Parenting Culture Studies at the University of Kent, said that, quote, “the exclusion of women from an ordinary activity on the basis of a precaution is sexist.”
Despite the fact that, you know, consistent heavy drinking during pregnancy can result in foetal alcohol syndrome… apparently there is no evidence that light to moderate drinking… or even the one-off night where you try every drink on the menu… will cause any damage. At the moment, it’s hard to say whether or not this is coming from a biologist, or the woman who heads the centre of Parenting Culture Studies.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is campaigning for a change in the “tone” of the advice given to pregnant women regarding alcohol, stating that this might be, quote, “needlessly scaring women into aborting pregnancies because of fears that a few heavy nights out will have caused the foetus serious harm.”
Of course, trying to determine the effects of light and moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy would be impossible because it’s unethical. Having said that, it might just be best to assume that eating and drinking healthy products might be best when you plan to bring a pregnancy to full-term. After all, the thing that should be on your mind shouldn’t be whether or not your feelings are hurt because you can’t abstain from alcohol for nine months, but the HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF THE BABY.
Conceptual PenisBy L Kemlo
A paper was published in a peer-reviewed social science journal as a hoax to prove gender studies is mostly garbage. The paper entitled the “conceptual penis as a social construct” was published in Cogent Social Sciences this May.
The authors, Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay, say that they were careful to make sure the paper did not say anything meaningful, and set out to publish it with the suspicion that gender studies is “crippled academically by an overriding almost-religious belief that maleness is the root of all evil”.
Here is an excerpt from the paper:
Many cisgendered hypermasculine males, for instance, seem to identify those aspects of their masculinity upon which they most obviously depend with the notion that they carry their penis as a symbol of male power, domination, control, capability, desirability, and aggression (The National Coalition for Men “compile[d] a list of synonyms for the word penis [sic],” these include the terms “beaver basher,” “cranny axe,” “custard launcher,” “dagger,” “heat-seeking moisture missile,” “mayo shooting hotdog gun,” “pork sword,” and “yogurt shotgun” ). Based upon an appreciable corpus of feminist literature on the penis, this troubling identification results in an effective isomorphism linking the conceptual penis with toxic hypermasculinity.
The paper goes on and even includes a part about climate change. Here is a gem: “climate change is genuinely an example of hyper-patriarchal society metaphorically manspreading into the global ecosystem.”
While this is comparable to the Sokal hoax paper that demonstrated that postmodernism was (is) a bunch of gobbledygook, the authors specifically tested their hypothesis that flattery of the academic left’s morality is the main determiner of publication in an academic journal in that field.
They succeeded. However, it’s important to note that their paper was turned down by their target journal “NORMA: The International Journal of Men's Studies” and Cogent, the one that ultimately published the hoax, is a pay-to-publish journal. Reason Magazine points out this may be better suited as a critique of pay-to-publish journals, while reminding everyone the evidence of problems in gender studies are obvious already, with real papers titled "Women's Studies as Virus: Institutional Feminism and the Projection of Danger” and "Glaciers, Gender, and Science—A feminist glaciology framework for global environmental climate change."
Pam Anderson Swallows...The Red Pill?
By Mike J.
Former model, actress, active member of PETA, and source of roughly 75% of boners produced in the 90s; Pamela Anderson has declared herself an anti-feminist. In a recent interview for the new Baywatch movie Anderson stated, "Men get weaker in an authoritarian environment; they don't need to be as manly. And women are working... who's watching the kids? I may get some heat for this, but I consider myself an "anti-feminist". Anderson continued stating her concerns over humans as a species becoming too androgynous, and adding that men shouldn't drink from plastic bottles as the plastic contains oestrogen. Anderson also expressed joy over the dropping of rape charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange whom she considers a hero and has visited several times.
Fell On Black Days
By Mike J.
Chris Cornell, frontman for bands such as Soundgarden and Audioslave, was found dead May 18th in his MGM Grand hotel room after playing a show the previous day. The cause of death was determined to be suicide by hanging although Vicky Karayiannis, Cornell's wife, maintains that his suicide was the result of Cornell increasing the dosage of his anti-anxiety medication. Cornell had a longstanding history of mental health issues and multiple addictions, but appeared to have both under control after completing rehab in 2002. Cornell's death has reopened important discussions concerning men's mental health and male suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control, white males between the ages of 45 and 65 make up the bulk of all suicides, with men in general representing over 75% of suicides nationwide. Julie Cerel, president of the American Association of Suicidology and a professor at the University of Kentucky School of Social Work states on the subject of male suicide that, "Men notoriously don't seek help, and as people are aging and at a place in their lives where the world isn't looking the way they want, men especially don't know how to reach out and get help or express that they're feeling pain." Cerel adds that even once men do decide to seek help, medical professionals aren't always trained to looks for signs of mental illness and suicidality. Currently only three states in the US require that practitioners of mental health be trained in spotting suicidality. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Cornell#Death http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/it-s-not-just-chris-cornell-suicide-rates-highest-among-n762221http://www.suicidology.org/Portals/14/docs/Resources/FactSheets/2015/2015datapgsv1.pdf?ver=2017-01-02-220151-870
Ariana Grande: http://archive.is/B8NDE