My latest podcast comes shortly after coming across a statement where someone said “Black folks just can’t let stuff go…” This on the heels of learning 20 percent of Trump supporters think abolishing slavery was a bad idea…
In my recent podcast I explore the fallacy that it is political correctness that is causing a problem when it comes to modern political discourse.
The imaginary “battle of the sexes” heats up with brand new imagined slights. This vid is an addendum to one I did prior where I discuss feminists and male contraceptives (and how some were against it) Further research indicates that the opposition may be somewhat smaller than I first declared, so I felt the need to clarify. Still, any faction that would oppose male contraceptives should be demonized.
That said, my research led me to a Male Pick Up Artist who was curiously pro-feminism–I wanted to share the thoughts he posted on his blog http://matingmarket.wordpress.com/.
Check it out and give me your thoughts. Also here are a few links to articles about and by women and feminists who are for male contraceptives:
On my maiden voyage through the rough, turbulant waters of public opinion and discourse, I am getting my feet wet with a somewhat meaty topic. I am tackling a trifecta of concepts that are somewhat interrelated, namely neo feminism backlash, sexual equality and the dreaded *gasp* patriarchy. As of late, I have become increasingly confused as to why feminism has become the target of such venom both on and offline. I need to qualify that by saying I am not a feminist, but rather a humanist. I stick up for all sides and all races. That said, the reality is that feminism is a very small movement with very little power, so why beat up on it and act as if it is a dragon in need of defeat? Because some of the women are radical and belligerent? That fact is actually hurting the movement. Besides, the same can be said of any political group…Also, why equate all the justified anger that both men and women have at social double standards with the basic right for all people to be treated equally?
You can see a few of my ideas on the topic which I will expound upon during this podcast here: https://sistahatheist.wordpress.com/2013/07/21/what-equality-means-a-humanist-view/
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