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Ass-smacking dude.

Yesterday, Robyn Shepherd wrote about an unpleasant experience she had with a man who decided to wallop her on the backside while she was walking to work.  When confronted, the first thing the young man did was lie:  “Ma’am I … Continue reading

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For Daisy Deadhead, who said…

…“Bad boys” DOES NOT equal “socially dominant” and this is the major mistake in your post that turns it into ideological mush, no offense. You constantly conflate “bad boys” and “dominant men” in your post… which is bloody maddening. You … Continue reading

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Reality for boys.

“Contrary to common myth, bullies are less misfits than they are socially attuned Machiavellis. Moreover, not everyone disapproves of the brutes. ‘Girls even seem to welcome boys who bully boys,’ noted Dr. Veenstra et al.” – “Maybe Bullies Just Want … Continue reading

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Is bullying good for children?

You may have read about Calvin Cummings, a high school gym coach in Ohio, who recently stirred up controversy when he argued against further funding for his school’s anti-bullying program, saying that bullying victims can sometimes gain from the experience.  … Continue reading

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