somebody’s gotta take care of them

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MY FORMER BEST BUDDY has taken up a political-social-personal po­si­tion about three feet to the right of Pres­i­dent Trump. Whereas we used to talk al­most daily about music and movies and girls and what the hell re­ally hap­pened on 9/11, our re­la­tion­ship is now ba­si­cally him sending me an oc­ca­sional email that in­sults me in par­tic­ular or lib­erals in general. [Continue reading]

what do lee harvey oswald and facebook temptresses have in common?

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SCANTILY CLAD WOMEN! Gor­geous young women (and they’re al­ways young) wearing hardly any­thing at all! Where? On Face­book! They’re all over every­body’s fa­vorite so­cial media plat­form! And I reg­u­larly re­ceive in­vi­ta­tions to be­come ‘friends’ with these Face­book temptresses, these very young women wearing very little clothing. [Continue reading]

holy fudd! academia discovers that women objectify men, see us as just so much eye-candy

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FOR STATING THE OBVIOUS, a re­cent study by two British uni­ver­si­ties an­a­lyzing im­ages posted on Tube­Crush over a pe­riod of three years is tough to top. Tube­Crush is a web­site where people post pic­tures of men (“eye candy”) taken sur­rep­ti­tiously on the London Un­der­ground railway system. [Continue reading]

o my goddess! women flying without men

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A DUBIOUS ACHIEVEMENT
 in­deed for the fairer sex is the cur­rent brouhaha over South­west Air­line’s first “un­manned” flight—that is, women flying a com­mer­cial air­liner without a man in the crew, in­cluding the cockpit. I use the word ‘du­bious’ in re­gards to this event only to bring at­ten­tion to the fact that it took this long for an Amer­ican air­line to as­semble an all-female crew on a com­mer­cial air­line flight.
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