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Is God Sexist?

Pieter de Grebber, God Inviting Christ to Sit on the Throne at His Right Hand (1645)

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I was at one of my Twelve Step meetings the other day, and as happens to all such groups sooner or later, they are going through their “God is sexist” moment.

In case you don’t know, all the Twelve Step groups – Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, and a host of others – are “God-based” programs. Read more …

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Welcome to the Capitol Hill Polycule

Katie Hill

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What would politics be without sex scandals? Everyone knows lawmakers often engage in lurid affairs and try to keep their private lives out of the public eye. When they get caught, it’s front-page news and red meat for late-night comedy.

The latest political sex scandal is different from the past ones, however. It doesn’t feature a powerful man frequenting high-end hookers or jet-setting off with a hot young staffer. Read more …

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I am Mother

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How do you break into Hollywood? Director Grant Sputore and writer Michael Lloyd Green might have a few tips for you in their first full-length feature film for Netflix. Released in 2019, their debut, I am Mother, does all it can to please the Hollywood elite and bring a warm glow of smug satisfaction into the bleeding hearts of their old college professors.

It takes a man to write a great feminist movie, and with their all-female cast, these two guys lay it on twice as thick. Read more …

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The Groupie Question in White Nationalism

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I received this question from a Counter-Currents reader:

Andrew Marantz’s Antisocial tells the story of “Samantha,” who got involved with Identity Evropa and the Alt-Right, rose through the ranks, became disaffected, and then left the movement and talked to the enemy. Read more …

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Ten Questions for Radical Environmentalist Derrick Jensen, Part II

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

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Sex & Politics at the Euro-Hostel

Max Beckmann, The Night (Die Nacht), 1918-19.

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I’ve been staying in some hostels on my recent trip to Europe. A situation that happens: I arrive late, enter a dark dorm room, crawl into one of the empty bunk beds, and wake up the next morning to find several young women asleep in the beds around me. Except for the thought, “Where are my pants?” it’s not a serious problem. But it does make you wonder why the girls don’t have a separate room. Read more …

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Destigmatizing Racism

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The following is the transcript of a Counter-Currents Radio podcast that was recorded in March 2015. We would like to thank Mahometus for transcribing it.

Greg Johnson: I’m Greg Johnson. Welcome to Counter-Currents Radio. Today I am going to have a conversation with Canadian filmmaker Hugh MacDonald. Read more …

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Yet More Oppression Porn:
The Handmaid’s Tale, Season Three

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The third season of The Handmaid’s Tale is well-crafted in almost every way. The cinematography is outstanding. The dialogue is good. The acting is excellent. Its fictional universe is interesting, and it has a dark, dystopian beauty to it. However, the season doesn’t hang together. I got quite bored with it and stopped watching after getting enough information to scrape together a review. (I know what happens in the rest because I cheated and read the plot summaries after watching two-thirds of the season.)

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Feminism, End & Beginning

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It is superficial thought that causes some to call themselves feminist or anti-feminist. The usual definitions of feminism, from womyn’s empowerment to sexual egalitarianism, serve to curtail thought – therefore we shall not define feminism here. Instead, we will look at synchronicities, to help us better understand our time and place.

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Transgender Ideology:
The Left’s Cardboard Castle

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Ryan T. Anderson
When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment
New York: Encounter Books, 2018

“At the heart of the transgender moment are radical ideas about the human person – in particular, that people are what they claim to be, regardless of contrary evidence.” — Ryan T. Anderson[1]

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TERFs & Transsexual Men

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TERF is an acronym for “trans-exclusionary radical feminist.” It is also a slur. Unlike most political slurs, it is an accurate description of the people that the acronym describes.

TERF names the subset of radical feminists that opposes the inclusion of transsexual men (aka “transwomen”) in the category “woman.” Some radical feminists welcome men who believe they are women, and many others do not. TERF names the latter and contrasts them to the former. Read more …

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Five Concepts from Chateau Heartiste

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Like everyone, I held my breath almost every time I checked in on the website Chateau Heartiste. It seemed destined to be shut down in the present hostile climate. It was too spicey, too radical, too honest.

Then, on Friday, May 10, as I did my usual cruise around the internet, I summoned it from my bookmarks and was met with a blunt cancellation notice. This hit me harder than other recent shutdowns. Read more …

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Redefining Masculinity at Portland State University

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I saw the event Redefining Masculinity (April 16, 2019) listed in my local independent weekly. It said the panel discussion would be partially inspired by the documentary The Mask You Live In. I’d never heard of this film, so I found it on YouTube and watched a little of it.

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Women & Game of Thrones

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“[T]hey fight for the ‘emancipation of women’ because it is under the form of a generous activity, under the banner of ‘For others,’ that they can most prudently forward their own little private separatism.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power

As Fróði and John pointed out on Guide to Kulchur, it was superfluous for Game of Thrones’ writers to include multiple scenes of little girls displaying their bravery in a recent episode. Read more …

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Far from the Madding Crowd

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John Schlesinger’s 1967 adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s 1874 novel Far from the Madding Crowd should be a universally recognized cinema classic. But although it received generally positive reviews and did well in England, today it is virtually unknown, even among my friends who are film buffs.

I am going to comment on the movie only, not the book, which I have not read. Read more …

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Captain Marvel: A Review

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America has to once again endure a terrible, big-budget girl power film from Hollywood.

Captain Marvel is receiving much praise from critics and journalists as the first feminist superhero movie. The Marvel film, starring Brie Larson as the titular female superhero, has been propelled by non-stop propaganda. Multiple movie theaters made Captain Marvel the only film they would play last weekend. Read more …

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Feminism & the Oppression Olympics

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According to mainstream accounts, the current disarray of the Women’s March movement began almost at the moment of its inception. A black feminist and a brown feminist spoke disrespectfully to a Jewish feminist, and through that original sin the seeds of the movement’s subsequent troubles were sown.

The Jewish victim was Vanessa Wruble, Read more …

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My Five Favorite Books of 2018

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Although it probably needs no print space, I wanted to begin with the worst book I read because it is so awful that it inspired me to read a couple on my real top five list. In fact, I’m even cheating a little bit because I started it in 2017, but it really made an impression on me.

Timothy Snyder, On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century (New York: Tim Duggan Books 2017). Read more …

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The Failure of Feminism in Aggretsuko

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Aggretsuko, or Aggressive Retsuko, is a 2017 Netflix anime that has garnered notable fanfare, praise, and controversy from critics and audiences. When I say “critics,” of course that means the establishment organs of liberal NPCthink who have been falling over themselves to gush about the goodness of the ridiculous, hysterical anti-male tropes in this bizarre musical comedy. Read more …

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What is the Alternative Right? Part 4

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Part 4 of 4, Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here

Author’s Note:

This is the final installment of the opening essay of a forthcoming anthology called The Alternative Right.    

White Nationalism 1.0 & 2.0

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Transsexuality vs. Feminism vs. the Radical Right

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Norman Bates has been created, a mentally deranged man dressing up as mother. There are many like Robert Bloch’s character; some like Liam Suleman/Lucy Edwards, William/Gillian Jaggs, and Kayleigh-Louise Woods/Kyle Lockwood have all murdered women exactly like the character; others behave in other violent and depraved ways, like Miguel/Michelle Martinez, Kim Leverton, and Gary/Carys Cooper, who have all sexually assaulted children; still others are non-violent, but equally psychologically damaged. Read more …

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Classics in an Age of Confusion

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Donna Zuckerberg
Not All Dead White Men: Classics and Misogyny in the Digital Age
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018

Homer
The Odyssey
Translated by Emily Wilson
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2017 Read more …

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How to Scheme Like a Yenta

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My aim is to bestow upon you the scheming power of yentas. With this wisdom, you can scheme against whichever arrogated white male gets in your way.

First, you’ve got to do some research on him. Read more …

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Imagine if They Tried to #MeToo Snoop Dogg

Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher of the podcast Guys We Fucked.

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Is there anything more satisfying than when liberal virtue-signaling goes horribly wrong? If you answered “no” to that question, then have I got the story for you.

Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher are two New York-based comedians best known for being the co-hosts of a podcast with more than a million subscribers, Guys We Fucked: The Anti-Slut Shaming Podcast. Read more …

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The War Against White Women:
How Feminism & Diversity are Harming Them

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See also Laura Towler’s “The War Against White Women

Feminism, the sexual revolution, open borders, advertising, and the anti-white media have coalesced to create a barren hellscape for white women Read more …

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

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I loved 2015’s Jurassic World, the reboot of the Jurassic Park “franchise” starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, directed by Colin Trevorrow, and co-authored by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. Jurassic World blew away the Jurassic Park films. It is highly entertaining and also surprisingly wholesome. Along with the main attractions, the dinosaurs, Jurassic World is pro-masculine, anti-feminist, and pro-family, with an overwhelmingly white cast and virtually no political correctness. Read more …

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Oppression Porn for the Obama Coalition:
The Handmaid’s Tale (Season 2)

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The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 2 (2018)
Produced by Hulu
Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski, Ann Dowd, Sydney Sweeney, Max Minghella, Joseph Fiennes, etc.

The Handmaid’s Tale (Season 1) is based on the book of the same name that is both a femi-porn rape fantasy like Fifty Shades of Grey and a hard, alarmist look at the drop in the fertility of high class, intelligent, white women. Read more …

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The Incredibles 2

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Appreciating Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 really is all about perspective, and that perspective comes only after experiencing the giddy nirvana of watching the first Incredibles movie. Going into the sequel, I was prepared to forgive it for not quite living up to the original, but would not forgive if it did not remain true to the spirit of the original. I’m fairly easy to please in this regard given that the spirit of the original was such a unique and wonderful thing.  Read more …

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A Man Out of Season:
Ludovici’s The Confessions of an Anti-Feminist

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Anthony M. Ludovici
The Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici
Edited by John V. Day
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2018

Anthony Mario Ludovici (1882–1971), anti-feminist, novelist, translator and interpreter of Nietzsche, art critic, defender of aristocracy and critic of democracy, Read more …

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The Handmaid’s Tale:
An Indictment of the Sexual Revolution

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The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 1 (2017)
Produced by Hulu
Based on the 1985 book The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Starring Elisabeth Moss, Max Minghella, Yvonne Strahovski, Joseph Fiennes, & Ann Dowd

I decided to watch The Handmaid’s Tale with some trepidation, Read more …

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