Why Feminists Are Not Even Hot, Ever

June 30, 2017 Pepe le Covfefe 31

Seriously though, they’re not. I don’t mean the run-of-the-mill feminist on Twitter-verse, nor even the scores of impressionable young women empowered by the cinematic display of strength and independence of Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Some of them are hot – I admit that. But I am not talking about them. I mean to speak about the theorists: those behind the lectern, in the armchair, or occupying the faculties of Gender Studies, Women’s Studies, [Continue reading]

A Look at the Philosophy Behind the Hypatia Affair

June 12, 2017 Walter Montgomery 9

When Daily Nous first broke the Hypatia story from last month with this post, it sparked a flurry of reactions from across the discipline of philosophy. Many far-left feminists objected to the article, claiming that its publication was irresponsible and harmful to both the transgender community and the black community. In this post, I’m going to examine the public Facebook reaction of professor Lisa Guenther at Vanderbilt University, who works in phenomenology, feminism, and mass [Continue reading]

International Women’s Day: Taking Stock

March 13, 2017 Touchstone 7

I learned this year that International Women’s Day was March 8th thanks in large part to a number of gals on my social media platforms as well as virtue signaling men (i.e., emasculated losers) who are more than willing to capitalize on the day. Help me, Dear Reader, to understand what is being celebrated and why. I understand the reason Democrats have for employing identity politics—it is so that they can stay in office and pass the [Continue reading]