Me, Me, Me narcissism of the trans movement

(source) The intolerance of trans activists stems from our Me, Me, Me culture. ‘Professors bullied into silence as students cry transphobia.’ So ran a headline in The Sunday Times at the weekend. According to the report, more than a dozen academics, including several feminist professors, fear their voices are being silenced by students complaining that they are transphobic. They... Continue Reading →


A professor at Harvard Law and a true SJW (which makes this whole story a lot sweeter) Gets Lesbian Pregnant and Gets Punked by Lesbian’s Trans Lover And Her Boyfriend

Men are stupid. There. I said it. I said it despite being a man. (source) Because as long as a woman meets a minimal floor of aesthetic appeal she can convince a man that he’s incredibly attractive and charming. That floor, of course, is a function of the desperation of the man to feel attractive,... Continue Reading →

Coming Out as Catholic

(source) I have a friend who came out to me recently – as a Catholic.  “I identify as Catholic,” she told me. “I didn’t know there was a name for what I was at first, and I grew up in a community that was constantly mocking Catholics. But deep down, I always knew I was different. And when I found... Continue Reading →

From ‘Bake My Cake’ to ‘Wax My Testicles’

(source) Surely we live in the best of all possible worlds — or at least in the best of all possible Canadas: A B.C. Human Rights Tribunal hearing devolved into repeated outbursts and name-calling this week as it considered a transgender woman’s complaint that a home-based salon discriminated against her by denying her a Brazilian... Continue Reading →

7 intolerable deadly sins against the progressive “neo-Puritan” worldview: Racism, Sexism, Classism, Homophobia, Xenophobia, Islamophobia, and Climate-change denialism

‘Neo-Puritans’ want to punish you for '7 deadly sins of our era'. (source) If you think the Puritans of the 1600s were intolerant, you haven’t met modern American “neo-Puritans,” according to author Jack Cashill. “[Nathaniel] Hawthorne described his 17th century forebears as ‘the most intolerant brood that ever lived,’” Cashill told. “But his Puritans were... Continue Reading →

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