Posts Tagged ‘feminism’

It’s been a while since I’ve written and I feel bad about it.  I started this blog to provide hope to people while gaining some clarity for myself.   Those goals haven’t changed.  I still need to write, and maybe others still need to read about what I’m going through.  So here I am. But why […]


    So, we already know that frat-lit is BS and that an American matriarchy is coming. Put another way, our social order is inverting, despite any popular backlash. What we didn’t know until today, however, is that feminism may mean better sex for everyone. Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking that I’m […]


Men and women are held to different standards in lots of different contexts. Some make sense (sports); some don’t (sport sex). Some I like, even if they don’t make sense (the paying of the check); some I wouldn’t like if Gloria Steinham herself endorsed them (the “Old Boys’ Club”). One area that confuses me, however, […]


In “Fun With Fratire,” I discussed my feelings about ‘fratire’ and it’s male votaries who, it was claimed, are ‘teeming with resentment against the current social order.’ Well friends, there have been some significant developments since then. Earlier this month, Reason Magazine featured an article by Jonathan Rauch entitled, “The Coming American Matriarchy.” The article […]


For better or for worse, I spent half of my undergraduate career in a committed relationship with my frat guy of choice. Throughout our courtship, I couldn’t help but be turned off by the vibe at his house and ultimately by him, as he both embraced and embodied what the New York Times recently coined […]