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"@jos I’ve never tried this before so I’m not sure it will work. Although I don’t get into Hollywood stuff so I’m a little late, this is much too rapey to ignore and probably is a feminist issue. “http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/gossip/la-et-mg-mccarthy-kisses-bieber-amas-justin-bieber,0,3577726.story” Some [...]" · View
  • John commented on the blog post Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet: Hyde Amendment Edition   1 month ago · View

    Two things about criminalizing drug use during pregnancy that I believe get overlooked. The first is that drug use shouldn’t be criminalized. That doesn’t mean that there shouldn’t be a penalty. That just means that the penalty shouldn’t be jail. The second is that it is currently a crime. There are laws that ask doctors [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Friday Feminist Fuck Yeah: Contraception   1 month ago · View

    Not the golden age yet, maybe silver, but by 2017 there may be birth control options for men. Both sexes should take responsibility for family planning and both sexes should have expanded options for birth control.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/09/09/we-ll-have-male-birth-control-by-2017.html

  • John commented on the blog post It’s on us to go beyond ‘It’s On Us’   1 month, 1 week ago · View

    Disproportionate is not the same as overwhelming. The question then becomes how many men need to be raped before it becomes a feminist issue?

  • John commented on the blog post Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet   2 months ago · View

    “Adult women are now the largest video-game-playing demographic in the US.” This is based on mobile apps, which begs the question. Why don’t women flock to the console games? Is it the “misogyny” of the games or the cost of the console or convenience, etc.? If it’s something other than console games are marketed to [...]

  • John commented on the blog post The one where I need help understanding why MRAs don’t become feminists   3 months, 3 weeks ago · View

    Here’s a link that looks at the study data and that does not support your assertions. In fact it refutes it. When mothers ask for custody, custody was awarded to the fathers on only 8 of 515 case. Fathers were granted custody only 1.6% of the time. When fathers asked for custody, mothers were granted [...]

  • John commented on the blog post The one where I need help understanding why MRAs don’t become feminists   3 months, 4 weeks ago · View

    One more thing. Feminists claim that MRAs don’t actually try to help men. They say what we need are more feminists. Feminists are already addressing men’s issues. Care to put your money where your mouth is? Their is a documentary in the making called Breaking the Silence. It has a female director. You should like [...]

  • “don’t be a dick.”

    Doesn’t sound sexist or stereotypical at all. I guess we’re lucky to have feminism, hey right. LOL

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   6 months ago · View

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   6 months, 1 week ago · View

    When we talk about voter suppression laws such as requiring a picture ID to vote in order to combat voter fraud often the counter argument is that it’s a cure for a problem that doesn’t exist in that the problem is extremely rare and so wouldn’t impact an election. If we used the same standard [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   6 months, 2 weeks ago · View

    “between sixty and seventy-five per cent of them were involved in “contraband smuggling and/or having sexual relationships with inmates.” According to the government, Tavon White had sexual relationships with four guards and fathered five children by them. (One of the guards had “Tavon” tattooed on her wrist; another had the name on her neck.) An [...]

  • John commented on the blog post The intellectual defense of sexual harassment (Hint: there isn’t one)   6 months, 3 weeks ago · View

    I have a question. I don’t like to be touched. I don’t know if it’s social conditioning or something that is inherent to me, but I’ve always found unnecessary touching from either men or women harassing. Some feminist men have decried the inability of men to experience “platonic touch”. Many women have placed their hand [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet   7 months ago · View

    “Perry also objects to rules regarding cross-gender monitoring—the new regulations require that only same-sex guards conduct both direct and remote monitoring of inmates in states of undress—because, he says, women who work in men’s prisons would lose their jobs. ” IMO if there is a legitemate reason to argue that gender is a BFOQ (bona [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   7 months ago · View

    Here’s another program to get guys on board with women’s issues.

    http://heforshe.org/

  • John commented on the blog post The most pointlessly gendered products   7 months, 1 week ago · View

    “And here I thought the wrist was possibly the most androgynous body part.”

    Limp or straight? Although that would be a terrible implication, that’s the only thing I can think of that this could be marketing to.

  • John commented on the blog post Chart of the Day: There’s even a gender wage gap in babysitting   7 months, 2 weeks ago · View

    There’s only about a 3% difference in the wages 14.50 to 15.00 an hour. Could it be that people who are enlightened enough to hire a male babysitters simply pay more? Not to get political, but I suspect the blue state are wealthier, have a higher standard of living, and are more likely to hire [...]

  • John commented on the blog post RAINN’s recommendations ignore needs of campus survivors of all identities   7 months, 2 weeks ago · View

    I have a question. Why is feministing advocating that rape cases be removed from the chain of command in military court, but advocating that rapes occurring at colleges are handled by the colleges? The reason why there are all these Title IX complaints is that the colleges have been looking out for their own best [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   7 months, 2 weeks ago · View

    I remember a controversy in Chicago about 25 or so years ago concerning the minority set aside program benefiting minorities and women. The controversy was that when the contracts were examined, the vast majority went to white women. “White Women Get Contracts In the $210 million Dan Ryan Expressway repair project here, white women have [...]

  • I don’t think this will be a popular comment or even if it will be approved, but when I encounter an ad that says X owned business, that moves to the bottom of my list when selecting a service provider. That doesn’t mean I won’t pick it. It now has to be better than the [...]

  • John commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   7 months, 3 weeks ago · View

    There was a rape case out of Chicago that got some coverage. Although it’s an older case, I was curious as to how it was adjudicated so I recently searched. The result didn’t get much coverage and maybe that’s an indication of how victims are treated also. It really illustrates the difficulty that victims have [...]

  • “Now Corey–who has the power to reduce the charges or drop the case entirely–says they’ll try to triple Alexander’s original prison sentence from 20 to 60 years” Untrue, Angela Corey is seeking the exact same 20 year sentences for each of the 3 convictions she won in the first trial. The difference is that she [...]

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