Imporant note (which is why it's at the top not the bottom) May 2019 Since writing I have discovered the “born alive” bill was about non-viable infants. The “infanticide” hysteria on the right was manufactured which is very disappointing. We are all disenfranchised by such ideological gerrymandering. The pendulum swings wildly between radical extremes in … Continue reading Jelly Babies: On Morals, Ethics and Abortion.
A few articles and op.eds on other sites not suitable for DGS International Women’s Day 2016: What women who don't identify as feminists have to say Published in Indy Voices. The Independent. Monday March 7th. 2016 The Quality of Social Justice Mercy: The Florida shooting Published on Bombs and Dollars, June 13th 2016 Is racism … Continue reading Other writings
This essay was first published as "When is a Feminist Not a Feminist" as a guest blog on Lee Jussim’s Psychology Today Rabble Rowser blog here. Updated 13/9/17. “Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of the equality of the sexes.” “Egalitarianism: The doctrine that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and … Continue reading When is a feminist not a feminist?
The #GamerGate controversy reached a new high (or low depending on your perspective) recently when one of its main protagonists, the radical feminist and cultural critic, Anita Sarkeesian, was featured on the front page of the New York Times. Ironically, in view of the focus of her criticism about passive female characterization in video games, she herself … Continue reading #GamerGate: The Players and the Played