The Fascist Pillars of Feminism (a 5 part critique)

There was a time, I’m told, when feminism was a realistic, meaningful movement in the United States. It had leaders, was focused, and possessed worthwhile goals it sought to fulfill. Moreover, it was also united and constructive. Unfortunately,… Read More

Oppression and Privilege: A Matter of Time, Space, and Money

It’s been too long since anyone did a real examination of what privilege and oppression in America actually are. There probably hasn’t been a realistic analysis of their complexities since intersectionality theory was developed, which if you don’t… Read More