the red pill
One for the men, for International Women's Day.
The cancellation of the Wachowski sisters' humanist scifi series highlights the diffuse boundaries between politics and pop culture at a turbulent time in American history.
"Women don't really listen to what you have to say and I think that's oppression. I'm exercising my right to free speech."
An investigation by the Daily Beast alleges that the New Hampshire representative is the architect of a misogynistic Reddit page. So what can we learn from Five Nines' "electro-indie" musings?
In damage control statements to media, members of a Wildrose Party group at University of Calgary said they fired the person responsible—but former members question his existence.
These beta rape-deniers might seem like they're the minority, but if 2016 has taught us anything it's that the previously ignored are beginning to wield the most power.
The Mayfair Theatre's co-owner says he cancelled 'The Red Pill' because of the event's hateful hosts—not because of the film's content.
The proverbial racist uncle has a younger, hipper ally this year.
"The Red Pill" claims to investigate men's rights activists, except it was funded by men's rights activists. Its premiere has been cancelled by Palace Cinemas.
He will mansplain feminism to a biological female. Feminism is equality, he says, which is something he wants desperately. He’s tired of women running the show. He’s tired of being vilified for his sex.