F3MH8R Channel Deleted / MGTOW Mirror + Survival Tips

MGTOW: f3m h8r’s channel deleted. We mirrored it + provide survival tips. His channel: Our mirror: (note: if you see a phishing warning that’s Cisco interference) P.S. I don’t read comments. Email me.

What Women Want in Video Games: A Gamer Girl Roundtable Discussion

What Do Women Want in Video Games? We’re not talking about what the authoritarian feminists at Feminist Frequency, Jezebel, or The Mary Sue want. No. What do actual, average women want to see in video game female characters, and even in the male characters? What Read More …

Feminist Gaming Journo Teabagged at PAX | A Virtual Whodunit

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Stop Disrespecting Black Women

Black women seem to be the butt of many jokes made by Black men that fuels the stereotyping. They are deemed crazy, expensive, ratchet, among others. This is one of the reasons many women dont want to accept that they are Black, claiming to be Read More …

Do Girl Gamers Ruin Everything!? – Gaming Agenda -THGM

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Celebrities, Feminism and the Diaper Bag Revolution

In the recent past, there was only one consideration for choosing a good diaper bag: with or without yellow duckies? Thanks in part to the boon of celebrity babies, style has finally caught up with parenting gear. But the birth of the designer diaper bag Read More …

The Novels of the Bronte Sisters – Feminism in Victorian Literature

The Bronte sisters were the daughters of a clergyman, Patrick Bronte who lived in Haworth, Yorkshire, England in the first half of the 19th century. These three talented sisters created several novels, written, at first, in secret, and published under fictitious names. Each sister chose Read More …