Patriarchal Politics and the Subversion of Women

All this time has passed, and yet, how many people still blame women for the election of Trump? How many people say that women refused to support Hillary Clinton? That Clinton losing is the fault of women?  Apparently, the entire patriarchal system that is the United States government is because of women. It is because … Continue reading Patriarchal Politics and the Subversion of Women


Twitter, Andrea Dworkin, glee and the Fragility of Manfeelz

I am just dropping a quick post to say that I have been a little sick for the past week, or so. Some of my internet sisters notice my absence and I don't want to worry you. There's so much to talk about, too. I joined the Twitter (@manlogicksXX) and I started a hash tag … Continue reading Twitter, Andrea Dworkin, glee and the Fragility of Manfeelz

“Transcendent”, Lessons from First 3 Episodes 

"Transcendent" is about a group of trannies that dance burlesque and epitomize how women need to serve the male gaze at ALL TIMES.  Seriously. ALL TIMES. To properly lady, your make up must always be flawless, hair, too, your body should be hairless with breasts pushed up to your chin and your shoes must be … Continue reading “Transcendent”, Lessons from First 3 Episodes 

Racism and Transphobia of the Pink Pussy Hat Ban

Solidarity, sister.

Unsilenced Brown Girl

When I first heard that the pinky pussy hats were starting to be viewed as racist, I laughed out loud. I figured these were the mindless thoughts of white liberal reddit threads… until I was informed that entire marches are beginning to ban the hats for promoting racism and transphobia. It began with the Pensacola “Women’s March (am I allowed to call it that?? Is my bigotry showing already because I used the word “woman” and not something more gender inclusive?),” and now third-wave feminists across America have joined Pensacola to bask in their inclusionary glory by banning the iconic pink, cat-eared hats scattered through every “Women’s March” last January. Despite that the hats were banned for their unbearable racism and transphobia, I’m left thinking that they are the ones who seem to be harboring racism and transphobia the most.

Let’s start with the transphobia. I’m normally not one to talk…

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Radical Wrap Up

 Every week I see interesting stories that I don't talk to you about for various reasons. But sometimes there are stories that I still want to bring attention to because the women in them deserve our time, recognition and our support, even if it is just a minute of them having our awareness and thoughts. … Continue reading Radical Wrap Up

Males Murder Woman for the Crime of Menstruation with Patriarchal Custom

Link to article: I am familiar with menstruation huts. See, males hate our bodies, specifically our reproductive systems. I am not sure why this is, but if I had to venture a guess, I would say that they can't reproduce and they hate us because we can. That, and they are just destructive, murderous … Continue reading Males Murder Woman for the Crime of Menstruation with Patriarchal Custom

Southwest of Salem, aka 4 Women Imprisoned for Hurting Male Feels while being Lesbian

Southwest of Salem, The Story of the San Antonio Four is currently on hulu. In a nutshell, it is the story of 4 women that were sent to prison because one of them hurt a male's feefees by refusing to please his boner. It is a story about how males use their systems to punish … Continue reading Southwest of Salem, aka 4 Women Imprisoned for Hurting Male Feels while being Lesbian

A Little Encouragement from a Sister

Sometimes, I feel as if we are losing. And it is so fucking heavy. That is why I disappear every once in a while, just to escape the male dominance, the sexism, the straight up hate that flies at us from males daily in varying forms, directly and indirectly, from their harassment, violence, legislation, etc. … Continue reading A Little Encouragement from a Sister

Today in compulsory PIV

So I want to talk a little more about PIV for several reasons, but mainly because it doesn’t get discussed enough, in my opinion. And I want sex to be defined by women and what we want and need. And then there is the kind of hilarious shitshow that I get when males crycry at me because OHMYGAWD, SHUT UP YOU HARPY, PIV BE OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHT, THO.

I am still thinking about posting some of their whinefest, because, Jesus, those manbabies be hysterical over radfem critique of PIV. I get the giggles when they get all weepy.

Anyway, while I am deciding that, please enjoy this post from purplesagefem about a young woman that was born without a vagina and her decision to surgically create one because she is getting married and males must have access to a vagina because they must have a place to put their penis or they spontaneously combust or die at 30 or some other horrible thing that happens because males have to fuck a vagina or else.

The woman’s story is interesting, purplesage’ s critique is excellent and on point (as usual) and the comments are good, too. I hope you like it as much as I did when it was new.


Purple Sage

Well, this article is just the perfect train wreck full of opportunities for patriarchy-blaming.

As a side note, can I still use the phrase patriarchy-blaming? This is a phrase I learned from my radical feminist sensei (“femsei”?) Twisty Faster, who used to blog at I Blame the Patriarchy back in the day, and who taught me the joyful art of radical feminist blogging. For any of you newbies who weren’t a part of the radical feminist blogosphere five to ten years ago, patriarchy-blaming basically means radical feminist theorizing.

Without further ado, here’s our article:

From the New York Post : Woman Born Without Vagina Raising Money So She Can Have Sex

“The family of a woman born without a vagina has launched a crowdfunding campaign for surgery that would allow her to experience intimacy and live a more normal life.

Her boyfriend of four months, Robbie Limmer, says he doesn’t care…

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