Interview with Kirsha Kaechele about the Ladies Lounge

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'Let’s move to the man who has placed himself at the centre of all this. I notice people have many opinions on Mr. Jason Lau. What is your take on him?

I like him. I think he’s cute. And sincerely interested in the law. It was a pleasure to be courted by him.

So you welcomed the case.

Being taken to court was a dream come true. I was utterly delighted. And I think Mr. Lau was very brave. He brought an earnest and steady resolve.

I am genuinely grateful to Mr. Lau for taking the Ladies Lounge to court, so that we may exercise the argument. He is essential to the art, and I would like everyone to leave him alone now and focus instead on the horribleness of men in general.

Do you think they are horrible?

Yes. They really are.

You say women deserve three hundred years of reparations in addition to equal rights. Do you think that is fair?

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Australia: Teacher abuse charges tossed as law didn't cover women

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'An ex-teacher has had her historical sex abuse charges quashed because the relevant 1970s laws did not apply to women abusing boys.

Helga Lam, a former teacher at a Sydney boys' school, had been charged with 15 counts of indecent assault on four school boys for alleged offences dating back to 1978.

But the top criminal appeal court in NSW tossed the charges on Monday, with three judges agreeing to quash the indictment.

Claims against Lam included penile-vaginal intercourse with the complainants, as well as masturbating them, performing fellatio on them and telling them to perform sex acts on her.

Three complainants were willing participants, while the fourth said "he was fearful and upset when the applicant performed sexual acts upon him", Meagher noted.

At the time of the alleged offending, the students were aged between 13 and 16.'

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UK: Female teacher accused of sleeping with boys 'was lonely and craved attention'

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'A "pretty" teacher accused of having sex with teenage boys has said she felt lonely and "craved" attention after a break-up - but denied sleeping with the youngsters.

Rebecca Joynes said she was impacted negatively after a nine-year relationship breakdown around the time of the Covid-19 lockdown. But she insists she never had sex with the boys.

The 30-year-old was already suspended from her high school job and on bail for alleged sexual activity with a 15-year-old, known as Boy A, when she is said to have taken the virginity of a 16-year-old, who she later fell pregnant with.'

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NYC teacher fired after texting student 28K times, sex allegations, is now teaching at different school: ‘Can’t f–king touch me’

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'A defiant French teacher is still in the classroom after being fired by the Department of Education — crowing that the city “can’t touch me” despite the sexually-charged accusations that got her sacked, including making nearly 30,000 late-night texts to a schoolgirl.

Dulaina Almonte, 33, lost her job at Harry S. Truman High School in The Bronx in 2020 after the Special Commissioner of Investigation substantiated claims of her creepy behavior with teens.

“I can’t be guilty if I’m still a teacher,” Almonte — who now teaches at a Bronx charter school — boasted to The Post this week.

“It’s not a crime, but still got fired, which is honestly why the DOE can suck a big pr–k,” she continued.

“Still a teacher! Can’t touch me!” she bragged.

“Still a teacher working elsewhere. Like, you really can’t f–king touch me.”

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Boy Scouts' decline = glaring example of masculinity under attack

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Boy Scouts has become an example of masculinity under attack in culture, Owen Strachan, the Family Research Council's senior fellow at its Center for Biblical Worldview, told Hice.

Today boys are penalized for being boys. All sorts of traits associated with good things in scripture are in today's culture – among woke, leftist, pagan thought – [considered] very bad things" said Strachan.

"If you take risks today, if you're assertive, if you speak up in groups, if you might dare to ever correct a woman in public in something like this, if you like competitive sports, if you like watching World War II movies – you better get out your blanket and hide in the closet, because they're coming for you."'

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‘Be unapologetic in your masculinity,’ Super Bowl winning kicker tells Benedictine College male students

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'Super Bowl winning kicker Harrison Butker ripped into COVID lockdowns and pro-abortion Catholics, like President Joe Biden, during his graduation speech at Benedictine College.

But he also encouraged students to be open to marriage and having kids, particularly directing his comments towards female students.

To male students, he told them to “be unapologetic in your masculinity,” and not listen to voices telling them they do not matter.

“As men we set the tone of the culture, and when that is absent, disorder, dysfunction and chaos set in,” he said.'

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Arizona woman who poisoned Air Force husband’s coffee with bleach dodges jail

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'An Arizona woman who admitted to poisoning her Air Force husband by pouring bleach into his coffee is reportedly avoiding jail time.

Melody Felicano Johnson, 40, pleaded guilty last month to two counts of poisoning food or drink for putting trace amounts of bleach into husband Roby Johnson’s coffee maker on July 11 and July 18, 2023, Arizona’s 13 News reported.

Johnson was sentenced to a probation sentence that includes mandatory mental health treatment that goes into effect immediately, and she is not allowed to have contact with her husband unless a legal team is present.

Roby Johnson said he believed his wife was trying to kill him to collect death benefits, according to court documents.

She was initially arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault and adding harmful substances to food, drink or medicine but agreed to a plea deal instead.'

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"Sorry straight white men, Doctor Who was never made for you"

Article here. What makes this article so objectionable is not the point it makes; the point it makes is accurate. DW was made for kids, in fact, but its target audience has evolved significantly since its inception. The problem is that it picks particular people to name and exclude based on, you guessed it, sex, race, and sexual orientation. Those people just happen to be men -- and straight and white. Would the author have written the same kind of article only call out, say, Asian women instead? Excerpt:

'But the bigoted straight white men who have spiralled into a meltdown clearly haven’t been paying attention to the reboot’s rich and ever-evolving history of multiculturalism and LGBTQ+ inclusion.

When Queer As Folk creator, Russell T Davies, brought Doctor Who back in 2005 it was clear from the get-go that this is a show for all the outcasts in society.

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Tubi's new anti-male ad

Tubi (a streaming service) has a new anti-male ad. It features a husband and wife arguing, with the wife belittling her husband's hair transplants before the final scene showing the husband now divorced and in a cheap hotel while the divorced wife angrily stabs at his picture saying how she hates his "stupid face".

This kind of misandry is tiresome and has been going on too long.

Link to video here.

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Biden's DHS funds grant at Arizona State's McCain Institute to undermine 'manosphere,' claims anti-feminist ideas are a terrorist threat

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'Biden's Department of Homeland Security under DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has a granting program in place to fund "targeted violence and terrorism prevention." While that title would indicate that the grant is in line with the mission of DHS, in practice, the goal of this $20 million granting program was, in part, to prevent the "radicalization of men" and to "divert them away" from online "misogyny."

Hatred of masculinity and masculine tendencies are at the core of the kind of feminism DHS is pushing on the public with the funding of this grant. Congress has scheduled a hearing on to discuss the impeachment of Mayorkas for early January. This grant is among many funded by DHS to research online discourse, to the tune of millions of dollars.'

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Survival: Men vs. Women

Review of a now-infamous series of episodes from the series The Island with Bear Grylls from 2015 here. Quite fascinating.

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Germany may introduce conscription for all 18-year-olds

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'Military planners in Berlin are in the final stages of discussing three options, two of which involve a form of conscription, according to leaked plans reported in the German media.
In one of the options being discussed, Germany would bring back a compulsory military year for young men once they turn 18, which was suspended in 2011, and apply it to women as well. This would require a change to the German constitution, but is seen inside the ministry as most likely to receive societal approval.

Another option would only apply to 18-year-old men, but would not see everyone selected. They would be required to fill in an online form and could then be chosen for service, according to details leaked to Die Welt newspaper. This is seen by the defence ministry as “a strong signal” to both allies and rivals.

The third option would avoid compulsory service, focusing instead on “optimising” the current system by engaging in more proactive recruitment campaigns.'

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Gender Gaps in Employment Come From Masculine Workplaces

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'Economists who make the claim that gender employment gaps are due to women’s free choices assume that workplace environments are equally appealing to men and women. But this assumption neglects the concept of masculine defaults, to me, one of the most useful ideas in the recent literature on the psychology of gender. Masculine defaults in the workplace are systems, policies, and approaches to work that are based on traditional masculine norms. In such contexts, masculine qualities such as competitiveness, independence, assertiveness, and risk-taking are rewarded more than feminine qualities such as cooperation, teamwork, modesty, and patience. For example, employees who self-promote and negotiate for raises or positions are more likely to advance and achieve better outcomes in the workplace. Such masculine defaults characterize workplaces everywhere.'

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IBM's Red Hat sued over culling 21 white men employees as CEO vowed to punish managers who missed DEI targets

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'A former sales chief is suing IBM's Red Hat for being sacked alongside 20 other white men during the software subsidiary's aggressive diversity push to hire more women and African Americans.

Allan Kingsley Wood, a white man, says he faced race and gender discrimination because of the company's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) scheme, which set hiring targets for women and minorities.

The case was filed by America First Legal (AFL), which is headed by former Trump administration official Stephen Miller, as part of a broader assault against DEI in businesses, colleges, and the military.

Miller's conservative action group highlights a leaked video recording from 2021 in which IBM CEO Arvind Krishna vowed to punish executives who failed to meet diversity-hiring quotas.'

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$2.3 billion in contracts awarded to minority and women-owned business enterprises for JFK airport transformation

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'Governor Kathy Hochul announced a historic milestone in the ongoing transformation of JFK International Airport, where a record $2.3 billion in contracts have been awarded to minority and women-owned business enterprises (MWBE). This is the largest participation of MWBE firms on any public-private partnership project in New York state history. With construction of new airport facilities fully underway, MWBE participation at JFK will continue to break records until the redevelopment is substantially complete expected in 2028. JFK redevelopment also demonstrates a significant focus on working with local contractors, awarding more than $950 million in contracts to Queens-based businesses to date.'

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