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How #MeToo Revealed the Marxist Roots of Feminism

The Guardian’s long read addresses How #MeToo revealed the central rift within feminism today. I’m going to comment on some of Moira Donegan‘s arguments. When the #MeToo moment began in earnest last October, many women felt optimistic, galvanised; others felt uncomfortable. … Continue reading

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Why Do Feminist Lies Make Some Men Angry?

Global News, a popular Canadian new organization, has a new article titled Not all men: Why does #MeToo make some men angry? Let’s see if the question is answered. There’s no question that what these men allegedly did was (and … Continue reading

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Rape Culture Hysteria: Goodbye Good Men

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the Guardian has an article that claims that For some men, rape just isn’t a big deal. While I believe that some non-legal definitions of harassment aren’t worth worrying about, the idea … Continue reading

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