I have been named as one of those college professors who, according to the Watchlist's mission statement, “discriminate against conservative students, promote anti-American values and advance leftist propaganda in the classroom.”
Despite all the successes of women, and despite their having earned the right to economic equality, the white male establishment has prevailed, like a schoolyard bully muscling lunch money from the smarter but weaker kids.
Truthdigger of the Week: 'India's Daughter' Filmmaker and Activists Protesting the Documentary's Ban
The documentary "India's Daughter," about the gang rape and evisceration of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh in Delhi in 2012, has burst into the media spotlight because of a ban on the film in India.
In response to a vulnerable personal comment on "nerd trauma and male privilege" published by MIT professor Scott Aaronson, New Statesman editor and columnist Laurie Penny wrote a compassionate and highly desirable essay on the experiences of pain, frustration and loneliness common to both nerdy males and females in general.
Sexist behavior is nothing new in Mexico, but perhaps what some don’t realize is the effect it's had on female health as men refuse to use condoms, and women, fully dependent on their partners, are left without a choice. In the state of Chiapas, the most common way to contract HIV is from a lifelong partner or husband.
Writer Hanna Rosin’s new epilogue to the recently released paperback edition of her 2012 book "The End of Men," claims that misogyny is defunct and begs feminists to accept this supposed fact, because obviously things have improved enough. In other words, quit your whining women and get with the program: Feminism is futile.