Jessica Chastain Doesn't Want Women To Be Individuals, Or Heroes

As you’ve probably read, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has been pulled into the #MeToo hysteria, and for understandable reasons. He made two very popular films with Uma Thurman as star and Harvey Weinstein as producer – Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill – during which Thurman claims to have been assaulted by Weinstein. Tarantino has made it […]

Women's March vs. March For Life: A Visual Comparison

As you know, last week we had two female-dominated marches: the pro-life March For Life and the feminist Women’s March. The Daily Wire’s Amanda Prestigiacomo posted a picture of a mother-and-child pair of attendees from each March. Have a look and compare the two.

March For Life:

Women’s March:

Now consider that in […]

How To Succeed In Tech Without Really Trying

One of the feminist Left’s favorite pet issues is the gender gap in the tech sector. The gap exists, all right – women comprise only 24% of the tech industry and are expected to be even less in the future. The question is, why? The liberal narrative is as follows: there is widespread bias […]

A Radical Mom

Rebecca Walker

Writer Alice Walker has become a feminist and civil rights icon thanks to her book The Color Purple, which was made into an Oscar-winning film by Steven Spielberg in the ’80s that made stars out of Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey. Considering the story’s message of female empowerment, you’d think that being […]

Mind The (Gender) Gap

I would say that this cartoon sums up modern feminism in a nutshell, but I wouldn’t want to trigger anyone with a reference to “nuts”.

House of Ill Repute

One of the more, shall we say, eccentric landmarks you can see here in Seattle is the Bettie Page House, a home decorated with a large mural of the famous ’50s pin-up model, sans top (albeit with the naughty bits strategically covered up, Austin Powers-style). While somewhat controversial (particularly given that it is clearly […]