Tools of the thought police - Pussycat cast 15
Release Date: 08/25/2017
Join us on Red Chill Cinema as Alison and Brian look at the story of Jacob, Rachel and Leah from Genesis and how this is related to Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. What do you guys think of this?info_outline How male feminists use their ideology as an outlet for aggression | HBR Talk 183
This week, HBR Talk is going to discuss how "One good man" feminists end up rationalizing their own abusive aggression toward men and toward questioners of their faith as "good" aggressioninfo_outline Start Here: HBR Weekly Digest 74
Enjoy a bite sized version of a week in badger. For May 11th-14thinfo_outline Start Here: HBR Weekly Digest 73
Enjoy a bite sized version of a week in badger. For May 3rd-7th 2021info_outline Bringing Back Our Fathers With Dereck Reynolds of HugADad.com | Fireside Chat 181
Join us on the Fireside Chat with special guest Dereck Reynolds, founder of Hug-A-Dad, a non-profit organization helping new fathers & their children get the most out of fatherhood & preparing them for the challenges that fatherhood introduces.info_outline The Monstress From Yale, Andy Ngo Attacked....Again! | HBR News 310
This week on HBR News: FBI's subpoena against USA Today, Google diversity head's recent comments on how Jews "have an appetite for killing", Dr. Aruna Khilanani's "presentation" at Yale about white psychopathy, recent attack on journalist Andy Ngo, & moreinfo_outline Julie Bindel Tells Us How British Feminism is Doing Feminism the Bestest | HBR Debate 55
Join HBR Debate as we go through a calm-versation between Benjamin Boyce & feminist Julie Bindel. She tells us her narrative of men oppressing women under patriarchy is different from other feminist narratives of men oppressing women under patriarchy.info_outline Start Here: HBR Weekly Digest 72
Enjoy a bite sized version of a week in badger. For April 26th-30thinfo_outline Start Here: HBR Weekly Digest 71
Enjoy a bite sized version of a week in badger. For April 20th-23rdinfo_outline Kara Dansky Wants To Liberate Women From Men, By Asking Men To Do It Part 2 | HBR Debate 54
Join us on HBR Debate as we continue to go through a calm-versation between Benjamin Boyce and feminist Kara Dansky. Kara is a lawyer and feminist activist(who is married with children) that believes women's liberation begins with the simple usage of imagination! After that, men can just figure it out!info_outline
Activists involved with the men’s rights movement may already be familiar with Exposing Feminism’s article, The Catalogue of Anti-Male Shaming Tactics, wherein the writer gives a rundown of several specific types of shaming language feminists have used for years to try to shut down nonfeminist male discussion on men’s issues.
Lately, ideologues opposing men’s issues activism have ramped up the charges of fanaticism, misogyny, and endangerment by exploiting recent political violence as a social battering ram in an attempt to associate advocacy for men with danger to the community.
You’ve heard a variety of political positions labeled “alt-right.” Now, meet the ctrl-left, the authoritarian collectivist end of the “progressive” or “identity politics” facet of American politics, whose positions rely on filtering the human rights discussion through the progressive stack.
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