Haters

The other day some drive-by commenter accused me of being a “hater”. Presumably any male who does not kowtow to women and refused to idolize them must be a misogynist basement dweller with mommy issues. As amusing as such accusations may be, they should not keep us from realizing what the “hater” charge effectively is.… Continue reading Haters

About the availability of “Minimal Game” (paperback) on Amazon.com

The other day I was asked what was up with the paperback version of Minimal Game on Amazon.com. It is currently only available from scalpers third-party sellers, who charge over $50 for it. Don’t buy from them. If you are interested in buying that book as a paperback, please wait a little bit longer as… Continue reading About the availability of “Minimal Game” (paperback) on Amazon.com

Would you bother with women if prostitution was legal and (very) cheap?

It is quite obvious that feminists campaign against pornography and prostitution on a societal level. On the group-level, women commonly attempt to slut-shame other women, or bully their better looking peers. Arguably, the motivation behind these actions is to keep the price of pussy high. Alek Novy so fittingly calls this the “pussy cartel”, which… Continue reading Would you bother with women if prostitution was legal and (very) cheap?

Lowering standards for women: smugness or stupidity?

This is just a quick remark about the disastrous consequences of “diversity” in the military or police. It is well-known that female recruits do not have to meet the same standards as male ones. That’s odd, though, as feminism has taught me that there are no differences between men and women and everything a man… Continue reading Lowering standards for women: smugness or stupidity?

Can we be great just because we are “good”?

If you have watched the presidential debates, you may have noticed that Hillary used a particular phrase to counter Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again”, which alludes to a time when the USA were an international powerhouse and a force to be reckoned with. Trump doesn’t specify when America was supposedly great, but just recall,… Continue reading Can we be great just because we are “good”?

Feminists don’t get what engineering jobs entail

The “we need more womyn in tech” propaganda machine is still working 24/7. Part of the money for it comes from business leaders wanting increased competition in the work force. Apparently it is not enough that salaries are stagnant. Engineering jobs are still relatively well-paid, but if you had more applicants, you could get away… Continue reading Feminists don’t get what engineering jobs entail

Feminism is about money, not “honor” or “respect”

Yesterday someone made the following rather absurd statement on my blog, as a response to my post on the highest paying profession for women: Clearly, the desire for women to be engineers or whatever is about “honor”, and “respect”, not how to get the most cushy life. The problem with this statement, though, is that… Continue reading Feminism is about money, not “honor” or “respect”

Quick note on women predominantly voting for Shillary

Nate Silver recently posted a number of charts showing that if only men voted, then Trump would win by a landslide. On the other hand, if only women voted, Hillary would win even more easily than the doctored polls indicate. This caused the Twitter hashtag #repealthe19th to gain traction. The 19th amendment extended voting rights to womyn.… Continue reading Quick note on women predominantly voting for Shillary

What it really means that the average American woman is a size 16

Blog reader Dan linked to an article that tried to “chixplain” what it means that the average American woman is a size 16. You know, measurements differ between manufacturers, and those numbers may be inflated anyway. The latter is nonsense because, if anything, there is a deflation of numbers in order to make people feel… Continue reading What it really means that the average American woman is a size 16

Perception vs Reality: Everybody is making it

We certainly live in a society in which perceptions seem more important than substance. College degrees are getting acquired not for their knowledge, but because they are allegedly a status symbol. For instance, in most of Europe higher education is effectively for free for EU citizens, but there are private universities too, which charge a… Continue reading Perception vs Reality: Everybody is making it

Why I am not active on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube

It seems the stakes in the political arena are getting larger, and Coughing Hillary is wondering why she isn’t 50 points ahead of The Donald. Facebook is firmly in Camp Hillary and thus willingly censors critical voices. Speak out against Hillary, mass immigration, or feminism, and you will face repercussions. No, this doesn’t just affect… Continue reading Why I am not active on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube