Or at least a lot of them would, if truly independent women weren’t so rare. It’s easy to talk the talk of being a “strong, independent womyn” but when it comes to walking the walk many women stumble and fall. Most don’t even know they’re doing it, but then are at a complete loss in the world of relationships.
Why? I’ll tell you why…
Continue reading Actually, Men *Do* Like Independent Women Part 1
Just a quick post about something that happened today. Continue reading So…Men Never Need Help?
This may get a bit ranty, but I’ve been holding back on writing this for nearly a year and recent events have pushed me into finally finishing it.
Continue reading Being Gender Dysphoric In The Manosphere
I’ve been thinking about the role of women in the manosphere…if there is one at all. It was just recently that I saw some of my stats had mgtowhq as the referrer. Curious, I went to check it out.
Continue reading Showing Support vs Stealing the Show
Okay, I’m going to go on a bit of a rant here about something that has really been bothering me lately.
Continue reading Egalitarian Does NOT Mean Misogynist
I’ve noticed that this post was linked to on Reddit and is getting a lot of views, so I just wanted to take this opportunity to say thanks for visiting and formally welcome all new readers to my blog. I hope you enjoy yourselves, and feel free to ask for any clarifications or join in the numerous ongoing conversations in the comments!
Recent conversations on other blogs have tuned me into a new opinion that I never really considered before: That penises are ugly.
Continue reading The Beauty of Male Genitals
“Why do men feel threatened by women?” I asked a male friend of mine. So this male friend of mine, who does by the way exist, conveniently entered into the following dialogue.
“I mean,” I said, “men are bigger, most of the time, they can run faster, strangle better, and they have on the average a lot more money and power.”
“They’re afraid women will laugh at them,” he said. “Undercut their world view.”
Then I asked some women students in a quickie poetry seminar I was giving, “Why do women feel threatened by men?”
“They’re afraid of being killed,” they said. Atwood, Margaret, Writing the Male Character (1982)
Continue reading Androphobia
An email recently came to me that I thought deserved it’s own post as an answer. From a lurker, it states;
“Since you still look like a woman, does this mean you are privy to their private conversations? Are you still invited to ‘women-only’ events such as bachelorette parties, girls-night, baby showers, bridal parties, etc? If so, what do you hear while at these get togethers and how does it affect you being what you say you are?”
Continue reading On Being An Unintentional Spy
Over on A Voice for Men, they have an article up that was written by a woman who became a man, and eventually also became a supporter of the Men’s Rights Movement. Reading Steven’s tale of gender dysphoria, attempts at self mutilation, and general dislike of his former feminine body was a story I knew well. If it wasn’t for the fact that he actually changed his body, it could have been written by me. Continue reading Tiny Barbs
As most of my readers know, I have gender dysphoria. This means that while I’m definitely a woman in the physical sense I think of myself as a man for all intents and purposes…or at least until someone makes a comment that forces me to acknowledge the sex of my body. Given this information it does not come as a surprise to me that a number of commenters/private emailers ask for clarification about how I function in my sexual life. Hopefully this post will help to answer the two most asked questions;
Continue reading Gender Dysphoria And Sex
I think my FwB is a really awesome and attractive man. Here’s why…
Continue reading What I Love About My Lover
There is always talk on various online ‘spheres about “male privilege” and “female privilege”. The only examples of male privilege I can say are real and true is that of respect, especially in the business world. If you think I’m lying, bear with me…
Continue reading Why It Can Suck For Women In The Business World