July 2016 archive

Men, Women, and Fairness

Men, Women, and Fairness It’s not that men aren’t fair. It’s that they don’t even think about fairness. When Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever (Women Don’t Ask) asked people whether they deserved what they wanted, women typically responded with something like “…my training—what is really engrained in me—is that you’re never quite deserving of what …

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Portia – by chris wind

Remember The Merchant of Venice? This is “Portia”, from Soliloquies: The Lady Doth Indeed Protest by chris wind, another one of my favourite authors. (posted with permission) If I’m the one with the property You’d think I’d be the buyer Not the bought; A lot of faith my father has in me: He distrusts my …

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“The Adult Market”

What’s adult about humiliating another person? What’s adult about hurting another person? What’s adult about forcing someone to do something she doesn’t really want to do? What’s adult about doing sexual things to children? We should call it what it is. The psychopathic sociopathic misogynist market. The sick fucks market. (I’d intended to be more …

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