Discussing human sexuality is a tricky, if not fraught, enterprise today. Critiques of human sexuality abound in the popular and academic press. That’s why here, I would like to do something truly radical...celebrate it! Today, I put to you the heretical notion that in a sexually reproducing, sexually dimorphic species, men finding women sexy … Continue reading Sexy Isn’t Sexist or The Allegory of the Peacock’s Train
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.
To begin I am setting out the fundamental reasons why I, as an evolutionary scholar, critique orthodox feminism as briefly as possible in the hope everyone reading will immediately grasp the thesis. It's all about patriarchy - what it is and what it is not. As I have written elsewhere feminism is not the battle … Continue reading In Defence of Reformed ‘Patriarchy’.
Despite all the feminist/SJW chatter around Wonder Woman, a marketing strategy which is far more likely to turn me off any product attached to it, I enjoyed the film. The character embodies femininity unhitched from biology and evolution. In the real world, we know women are just as competitive as men, but employ more covert, less aggressive … Continue reading A Short Review of Wonder Woman with an Evolutionary Slant.
I had to rattle this off quickly as a counter-point to the media frenzy today about this report. Apologies for typos - there will be many! Toxic masculinity or female intrasexual competition? "MPs seek better plan to fight school sexual harassment Sexual harassment and abuse of girls are too often accepted as part of daily … Continue reading MP’s report on sexual harassment in schools ignores evidence of female intrasexual competition