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Women at Homeland Security Accused of Bullying Men

August 10, 2012


KATHLENE M. writes:

Today’s news that the Department of Homeland Security is accused of mistreating male employees seems to follow our discussion yesterday about misanthropic feminists. According to the New York Daily News:

A blistering federal discrimination suit accuses agency honcho Janet Napolitano of turning the department into a female-run “frat house” where male staffers were banished to the bathrooms and routinely humiliated.

James Hayes Jr., who now is New York’s top Homeland Security cop, claims Napolitano filled top spots in Washington, D.C., with two of her gal pals who were bent on tormenting male employees. Read More »


One Mother Too Many

August 10, 2012


AT Public Discourse, Robert Oscar Lopez, an assistant professor of English at California State University, writes movingly of his childhood in “Growing Up with Two Moms: The Untold Children’s View.” Lopez’s mother became a lesbian and he spent much of his childhood with her and her female partner. It is not entirely true that he lived with “two moms” as he spent a significant portion of his time during the week with only his mother but these two women were the parental figures in his life and his weekends were with them. Read More »