Category: Men and Women

The State of the Culture War and the Class War

Neoliberalism and totalitarian humanism converge. “Feminism: Originally a necessary and progressive movement. Today it’s a crowd of attention-starved, hysterical totalitarians masking themselves as progressives, and whose continued screaming existence shows that the movement has destroyed itself with its success. Multiculturalism: All dandy, as long as it is not […]

Imperialist feminism and liberalism

A must read. By Deepa Kumar Open Democracy Colonial feminism is based on the appropriation of women’s rights in the service of empire and has been widely utilised in justifying aggression in the Middle East. But is it liberal? In a recent CNN interview, religion scholar Reza Aslan […]

Time For White Male Thick Libertarianism?

By Christopher Cantwell I spend a good deal of time on this blog talking about the State. Previously I’ve sort of mocked people who tell me “government isn’t the only oppressor you know!” because while it certainly isn’t the only, it certainly is the most dangerous, the most […]

A Panarchist Perspective on Privilege

By MK Lords Subtitled: Privilege Checking is Racist, Sexist, Bigoted, and Useless Privilege exists in this country. There are people who wear fancy suits, nice boots, and black dresses who are given immunity for heinous crimes no one else would get away with. They pass laws restricting commerce […]

Is the “Big Sort” a Myth?

This piece argue against Bill Bishop’s “Big Sort” thesis. By Samuel J. Adams and Morris P. Fiorina Hoover Insitution In 2008, journalist Bill Bishop achieved the kind of notice that authors dream about. His book, The Big Sort: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America Is Tearing Us Apart, […]

Women Against The State

Attack the System Women Against the State February 1, 2014 A panel discussion with M.K. Lords, Becky Belding, Trista Rundatz, and Keith Preston about gender issues in the libertarian milieu, and wider issues facing the libertarian and anarchist movements. Topics include: Topics include: Why anti-state movements attract more […]

Once Again—Death of the Liberal Class

Chris Hedges Alexis Gravel (CC-BY-ND) By Chris Hedges The presidential election exposed the liberal class as a corpse. It fights for nothing. It stands for nothing. It is a useless appendage to the corporate state. It exists not to make possible incremental or piecemeal reform, as it originally […]

Give the Kid a High Five!

Huffington Post Naomi Dixon A 31-year-old Florida woman is accused of posing as a teenager in order to have sex with a 14-year-old boy. Naomi Dixon is charged with two counts of lewd and lascivious battery involving a sex act with a child, according to the Daytona Beach […]

I Never Meant to be a Feminist

By Wendy McElroy A twenty-year old version of myself would laugh at anyone who suggested I would become a feminist. I was a libertarian verging on anarchism, and I thought feminism contradicted one of my core beliefs. Namely, every individual has an equal and identical claim to their […]

Expose Gang Rapists, Go to Jail

Think Progress The Steubenville rape case, in which two high school football players were convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl at a party, helped spark a national conversation about consent, victim-blaming, and rape culture. The case gained national attention after the “hacktivist” group Anonymous leaked significant social […]

The Pro-Death Movement

From TakiMag ______________ by Jim Goad I once read that all societies throughout history were consistent in that they deemed it wrong to kill another human being…but they were wildly inconsistent in how they defined the term “human being.” Such universal contradictions are compounded by the monotheism under […]

The New American Matriarchy

By Dani Pettas “”Women account for $7 trillion in consumer and business spending… account for 85% of all consumer purchases… control more than 60% of all personal wealth in the U.S.” On top of this, 2011 data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed women comprising 51.8 […]

Feminism: The Goddess That Fails

By Becky Kevorkian Despite what they would like you to believe, feminists are not for “equality”, they are for the special interests of women specifically, while ignoring very real instances of inequalities against men. If feminists were truly a group oriented toward supporting equality for all, they would […]

A Woman’s Work? Behind a Gun

(Previously posted at Mere Anti-Statism) Two days ago, the Stateside military lifted its ban on females assuming combat roles. According to The Guardian, Pentagon Defence Secretary (and civilian-assassination-endorsing piece-of-shit) Leon Panetta, together with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey, scribbled away the 1994 prohibition […]