Category: Feminism

The feminist’s conundrum: Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton

The feminist’s conundrum: Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton

  Everyone who knows Jeffrey Epstein, knows about Air Fuck One. That was the nickname given to Epstein’s 727 when Bill Clinton would fly with him to Little St. James…because Jeffrey would hire at least two or three hookers on the flight to take care of them. When this anonymous revelation was dropped in my lap, I had […]

A NFL Cheerleader, A Latina and an Impeached President

A NFL Cheerleader, A Latina and an Impeached President

The above title would make for a good opening for a joke, but the race for the presidency is not a punchline….unless, of course, Bill Clinton becomes the First Gentleman. Should that happen, I am sure he won’t be handing out cigars. The 2016 election is shaping up to be a contest among many contenders. […]

Why We Should Thank and Forgive Britt McHenry

Why We Should Thank and Forgive Britt McHenry

I will begin with full disclosure: I have been towed 3 times from the same parking lot within 4 days. I have been towed while parked in front of my house. I have been towed for supposedly having the wrong registration sticker on my license plate. I have been towed when I left my vehicle […]

Feminism 2.0: Title IX, Gender Justice, and the Cavalier Rape of a Fraternity

Feminism 2.0: Title IX, Gender Justice, and the Cavalier Rape of a Fraternity

  So many women get their lives totally ruined by being assaulted and not saying anything. So if one guy gets his life ruined, maybe it balances out.   Feminist Emily Lloyd, Take Back the Night, Oberlin 1993 Innocent people get found guilty of harassment because the school realizes the only way it can avoid […]