~14 min read · From 2018 · He says there’s a crisis in masculinity. Why won’t women — all these wives and witches — just behave?
In his book he illustrates this idea with the social behavior of lobsters. He chose lobsters because they have hierarchies and are a very ancient species, and are also invertebrates with serotonin. This lobster hierarchy has become a rallying cry for his fans;
The left, he believes, refuses to admit that men might be in charge because they are better at it
Women are likely to prioritize their children over their work, he says, especially “conscientious and agreeable women.”
2 min read · Apr 3rd · Women have played a crucial and important role in building society as we know it today. Although, it has been until recent years that women have been acknowledged and recognized for their hard work,…
~18 min read · Apr 24th · After two years at Webflow, I am saying goodbye to more than just a job I once loved. I’m risking the most important possession I’ve…
I see you. But I don’t respect you. I don’t trust you. And I’m coming for you, just the way you came for all the people who are powerless under you — with a smile on my face and my fingers crossed behind my back.
To HR departments and executives committed to DEI: You can do better than being the “all lives matter” gang of the office. We know you know.
6 min read · Jun 18th · The Apple+ series 'Physical' is a reminder that making people hate their body is a thriving pillar of American commerce.
This is the conflict at the center of American consumerist fitness spectacle: Even when it’s at its most transparently questionable, the promise is almost impossible to resist.
Physical, created by the playwright Annie Weisman, digs into a window of history, when making people hate their body became a thriving pillar of American commerce. It’s a strikingly beautiful show about ugly things: self-hatred, mental illness, rampant capitalism, politics, the Summer of Love gone to seed.
The writer and body-acceptance activist Katie Sturino calls this kind of inner voice “a self-shit-talking spiral.”
~11 min read · From 2018 · Let's talk about bad sex
Women are enculturated to be uncomfortable most of the time. And to ignore their discomfort.
only comfortable with movements like #MeToo so long as the men in question are absolute monsters we can easily separate from the pack. Once we move past the "few bad apples" argument and start to suspect that
PubMed has almost five times as many clinical trials on male sexual pleasure as it has on female sexual pain