Browsing All posts tagged under »feminism«

Buzz Kill — a short story

July 30, 2017


Nobody can hurt me without my permission. — Gandhi These days, every time I watch a TV drama where the hero hooks up with a young woman and they retire to a bedroom and start undressing and groping, inevitably — invariably — the guy asks, “Are you sure you want to do this?”  The young […]

The End of Sex

January 29, 2017


Like them or not, the Feminists may have stumbled upon an important truth. Their principal argument for equality between the sexes is the claim that males and females have the same neurological makeup. Notwithstanding scientific evidence against male/female identity, Feminists may be right about equalism … but only in the future. Think about it: during […]

How Much? — a short story

April 20, 2016


Know what you want to achieve prior to starting to negotiate. It’s the golden rule but the one most people fail to heed. Without a plan, you allow the opposing party to define your goals instead of the other way around. — Ivanka Trump “Dad, you have privilege. You just can’t understand what it feels […]

Quippy Gets Escorted from the Rally

March 20, 2016


Governments are filled with the kind of people you want it to protect you from. In politics, once you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Voting is basically about forcing your stupid neighbors to behave themselves. We used to have rights above government. Now we must ask them for permission. In Washington, money […]

Progressives Are Eating Their Own

November 22, 2015


If you have always believed that everyone should play by the same rules and be judged by the same standards, that would have gotten you labeled a radical 60 years ago, a liberal 30 years ago and a racist today. — Thomas Sowell A friend passes along this comment from a journalism professor. “Twenty years […]

Micro-Aggression — a short story

November 15, 2015


As progress is made toward a more equal and humane society, it takes a smaller and smaller offense to trigger a high level of outrage. — Bradley Campbell & Jason Manning “May I sit here? It’s kinda crowded in this coffee shop.” “Sure.” “Thanks. Nice dress you’re wearing. It hangs well on you.” “Um, I’m […]

The Rape of the Sobbin’ Women

September 17, 2015


Turn your resentment against us; we are the cause of war . . . — Livy There’s a guy I know who is kind of a slob. His wife refuses to clean up after him. Their house is a mess. I thought of them when I learned that Chrissie Hynde, lead singer of the iconic […]