Be Prepared to be Peppered with Questions on Your Next Date

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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On Monday, Jeff Fisher, Jeffy, was filling in for Pat Gray on his Blaze Radio program. He spoke on many topics. One that interested me, because of the absurdity, was an article written by a radical feminist and posted on the website, “Wear Your Voice.”


This person, who describes herself as a, “queer femme of color,” made an actual list of the 10 things everyone, or every radical leftist, should ask of a prospective friend, date or suitor, whether they be heterosexual, homosexual, or any of a dozen or so other classifications.

She says that she keeps, “close relationships with people who go beyond allyship; they’re true accomplices in the fight against white supremacy, queerphobia and misogyny. If you’re not going to support marginalized folks, then we can’t be friends, let alone date. The personal is political.”

Well I give her credit for one thing. She, unlike many leftists, at least admits that everything boils down to politics for those on the left. They seem to have nothing else. But what do I know. I’m a heterosexual Christian White guy who’s never been oppressed. Everything I am screams oppressor. read more

Your Son may be Neutered by Christmas Break

By: the Common Constitutionalist

It seems like the skinny clothing look has made a comeback. Skinny, or form fitting jeans and suits are all the rage amongst teens and twenty-somethings. This look was introduced back in the early sixties, particularly in dress clothes, popularized by the Rat Pack.

Yet despite the retro-style similarities, there is difference in the look from yesterday to today. The difference is femininity. The men of the sixties wore form fitting clothing yet were still decidedly masculine. Today, it appears that the object is to appear more feminine.

This is, at least in my opinion, by design. Radical feminists in our nation have been beating (metaphorically) men down for years, but the efforts have recently gone in hyper-drive, particularly at colleges and universities. This feminism has trickled down to the girls of our sons’ age. Is this the reason for the apparent transformation – or modification? Are guys dressing this way to get in touch with their feminine side, or merely to curry favor? Or maybe it’s an attempt to stay under the radar – lest they incur the wrath of these girls/women.

One example of this radicalism is a recent speaker on a college campus. Cathy Young, who both writes and speaks about radical feminism and exaggerated campus rape statistics was called a “rape apologist scum” by protesters and actually had a fire alarm pulled, forcing security to clear the building, in the middle of her talk. Her crime was evidently explaining that men have rights too. read more