Over at Amazing Stories, Paul Cook decided to poke the anthill with a post titled When Science Fiction is Not Science Fiction. He says a number of rather silly things about science fiction that isn’t really science fiction, but the silliest is this bit right here: Another writer well-praised (from
So, I read this thing on Tumblr about why a particular blogger over there doesn’t like female characters, and she got quite self-righteous about her right to dislike them, and I started to feel all ranty, and this is the result.
I wanted to follow up my somewhat controversial anti-cake position with what I imagine is an even more controversial opinion: I hate jeans. I do not wear them. Ever. I wore jeans like everybody else until I had an epiphany somewhere in the middle of college — I realized that,
So, the PI had this article about a woman who gave up refined sugar for a year. The thing that amazed and annoyed me about this article was the way giving up sugar was treated as being such a big deal. You know, a "test of willpower," a "reflection on
Hey, wanna get pointlessly outraged? Read this Wall Street Journal editorial by Naomi “I hate my own sex” Schaefer Riley. Ladies, You Should Know Better How feminism wages war on common sense. Okay, first word and I’m already offended. Not quite true. The word “ladies” offends me only in context,