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Donald Trump and Nikki Minaj Have a Moment

By on Aug 7, 2015 | 0 comments

Both after making controversial statements and being asked to account for them, retreat . So let’s start with the more well-known kerfuffle.  Nikki Minaj was “overlooked” for her apparently groundbreaking video “Anaconda” that is composed of a vine like sample of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s 90s hit “Baby Got Back”. The “innovation” brought to this video is to populate it with well, women who got back.  Truly groundbreaking. Who saw that coming right? The VMA nominations come and go and Ms. Minaj crying amongst her huge piles of money, utters a passive aggressive dig at the nominees. https://twitter.com/NICKIMINAJ/status/623608271774072832 The nominees for Video of the year  are Beyoncé – “7/11″ Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” So unless Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar, or Beyonce are...

Why Jurassic World Is Catering To Women

By on Jun 16, 2015 | 1 comment

Hollywood sells products to entertain people.  The idea that Jurassic World is sexist because one character is clear about his interest in the other is absurd. In fact, it flies in the face of all this consent talk. Isn’t Pratt just making clear where he stands? Don’t women hate the “friend” strategy anyway since it’s more dishonest? Even Jezebel understands this: “The terribly sexist trope of male whining and entitlement that suggests that being friends with women is a game you play that waits on a payoff of sex, one you expect to get because you’ve been so nice and available and sweet and attentive for sooooo long. This is not how romance works — slowly wearing someone down over time with the sheer relentlessness of your nice fake presence as a pretend BFF. As some brilliant Internet commenter named hexjackal once wrote: Friendzoning is bullshit because girls are not...

It’s Time For An Equal Tax

By on May 17, 2015 | 11 comments

Thanks to Ashe Schow for reading Think Progress and digging up this wonderful gem. “Think Progress Claims Ted Cruz is anti-woman because he supports a flat tax.” Just when you thought the left couldn’t get more ridiculous, Stieger attempts to make the case. “Steiger also claims that Cruz’s agenda is anti-woman because he’s for the flat tax and abolishing the IRS. After admitting that “There’s little polling” on these matters, Steiger found one poll from 2012 that showed the flat tax was 10 points more popular with men than with women.” So with no real facts to support that view, Think Progress affirms that all women not only oppose the flat tax but that as a policy it is anti-woman. If fairly levying taxes is oppression, please bring it on.  Preferring the current system that rewards those with the fanciest accountant and lobbyist doesn’t...

Sexism at the Emmys but Feminism at the VMAs?

By on Aug 26, 2014 | 3 comments

Sunday at the 2014 VMAs right after spinning on a stripper pole, Queen Bey herself paid her dancers the same as her. Wait, strike that, instead she stood by a word.   Powerful right? Just to remind folks, here’s Beyonce earlier in that performance posing with her dancers and their wage gaps. So the next day at the Emmy’s, as part of a joke playing on the obvious attractiveness of Sofia Vergara, she posed fully dressed on a pedestal. The reactions https://twitter.com/scbegley/status/504098132398211072 Horror from Jarret Wieselman from Buzzfeed. Oddly enough this was his reaction to Beyonce’s performance. https://twitter.com/JarettSays/status/503739390586155008 Huffpo’s Feminist writer Just caught up on #Emmys highlights. Tip: objectifying women is still not funny or endearing. What the fuck was that Sofia Vergara bit? Ugh. — Charles Clymer (@cmclymer)...

An Open Letter To Sally Kohn

By on Jul 30, 2014 | 0 comments

Sally Kohn spent time writing a piece that was ostensibly a letter to House Speaker John Boehner. The gist of the piece being that Speaker Boehner should pass things Obama — and Sally Kohn want instead of well…..anything else. I’ve decided to respond to Sally. Dear Sally Kohn, Recently you wrote an op-ed lamenting that House Republicans shockingly do not support left wing policy prescriptions preferred by President Obama and yourself.  Your solution to their objection was buried past the apples to oranges comparisons of executive orders that cleverly hides the problem of constitutionality. One executive order that violates the rule of law and our system of checks and balances is one too many but that’s not a handy partisan talking point.  After that conflagration of straw men, you went on to leftwingsplain to the Republican party what  the House GOP should do....