Tag Archives: patriarchy

From the Cosmos to Crete

The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, by Becky Chambers – This story involves a crew of various species serving on a ship that makes wormholes. There’s a pretty large cast, and I can’t remember all of them. That … Continue reading

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My God Can Beat Up Your God

I can’t remember how I was originally signed up for Quora, but I do find it interesting to read some of the answers, especially about mythology. Like much of the Internet, answers are from both experts and people who are just … Continue reading

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The Ascent of Men

The Greek Myths, by Robert Graves – The library system only had one copy of this, so it took me a few checkouts to finish it, but I finally did. It’s an interesting and pretty thorough retelling of Greek mythology, … Continue reading

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Sisters Are Flying for Themselves

The Fire Keeper, by J.C. Cervantes – The sequel to The Storm Runner begins with Zane Obispo, his family, and his friend Brooks hiding out on a hidden tropical island. He finds out that the memoir he’d written at the … Continue reading

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Crack That Whip

One throwaway question from the last Republican presidential debate that’s been getting some attention is what woman the candidates would put on the ten-dollar bill. Seems like it would have been easy enough to answer, but some of them named … Continue reading

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Matriarchy on My Mind

It seems to me like, ever since Men’s Rights Activists were revealed to be an actual thing, I’ve seen frequent accusations of people being MRAs. The way I see it, you can be misogynistic without being an MRA. That particular … Continue reading

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Super Misogyny Bros.

I’d been curious about Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes vs. Women in Video Games series of videos for a while, but I didn’t get around to watching them until recently, after a few stories about the reactions to them showed up online. … Continue reading

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Patriarchal Priorities

You might know by now that my wife enjoys forcing me to watch terrible television. Last night (and fairly often, really) it was Sean Hannity, and he’s STILL on about how the government is stifling the freedom of religion by … Continue reading

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