Tag Archives: activism

You Can’t Take These People Anywhere

See here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. By the way, Male Violence: It’s part of the reason Women want space AWAY FROM YOU.

Listen To What Men Tell You

I recently finished the book The Gift of Fear by Gavin DeBecker. A feminist friend suggested I read it because of the online harassment I get from Men (and Women, even from “Feminists”). I commend it to you, it’s a good read (oh and there’s a discussion of “sociopaths” in there for all of you who think […]

Toxic Sludge is Good for You

The most important book I have read about use of media and public relations to manipulate public opinion is Toxic Sludge Is Good for You.  If you are not familiar with this book, trust me, it is worth the read.  Essentially, the book details how powerful interests manipulate the media to get you to smoke […]

One Down, How Many to Go?

WordPress has apparently caved to trans demands to censor trans-critical blogs. The most recent casualty is mansplaintrainsplain, a brilliant blog that quoted verbatim the woman-hating words Men’s Rights and Trans Activists say to and about Women. Apparently, it’s ok for Men’s Rights and Trans Rights Activists to say Women-hating words to Women, it’s not ok […]

Alan Leo Bounville Suggests Women Get Over Their Fear…of Rape!

Alan Leo Bounville is walking across the country for the gays and the trans folks. That’s nice. Recently, I enjoyed an exchange with him on Facebook where he minimizes women’s safety concerns and disregards the fact that Gender Identity legislation enshrines sex stereotypes into law. What a “hero.”

Females: Silenced By Trans*

As Females, we have devoted much time to supporting Trans* causes. Why are we doing this, when it seems clear that Trans* does not extend us the same respect? Abortion: Here. Here. Here. Here. Here. Free Speech: Here. Here. Rape: Here. Birth Control: Here. Add your own links to comments, articles and the assorted detritus […]

A View on the Dyke Exclusionary Dyke March

FULL VIDEO HERE. This is the group of people who came up to me and assaulted me, led by Ida Hammer, an organizer of the Dyke March. lilacturtl reblogged appropriately-inappropriate: “TRIGGER WARNING: Cathy Brennan” [TW: verbal abuse, harassment, misuse of trigger warnings]

On Bullying, and Being Nice

“Bullying” as a political issue has gained much traction in recent years, with suicides of GLBTQ youth paving the way for a campaign to protect youth. Such a campaign is a worthy endeavor, as bullying – aggressive behavior in which the Bully, through force or coercion, habitually targets a victim, who usually has less power than the Bully […]