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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Jun 22

The legacy of the sexual revolution has been scrutinised, even called into question altogether recently. What was traditionally hailed as a liberation, in particular for women and sexual minorities, that… View Post The post The Bedevilments of Sex: Louise Perry’s “The Case against the Sexual Revolution” appeared first on Areo.

The legacy of the sexual revolution has been scrutinised, even called into question altogether recently. What was traditionally hailed as a liberation, in particular for women and sexual minorities, that… View Post The post The Bedevilments of Sex: Louise Perry’s “The Case against the Sexual Revolution” appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Apr 22

Rafia Zakaria’s Against White Feminism begins with a story. She has been invited to a “warm and cheerful” Manhattan wine bar, but worries that the women she is with will… View Post The post A Series of Unfortunate Misunderstandings: Rafia Zakaria’s “Against White Feminism.” appeared first on Areo.

Rafia Zakaria’s Against White Feminism begins with a story. She has been invited to a “warm and cheerful” Manhattan wine bar, but worries that the women she is with will… View Post The post A Series of Unfortunate Misunderstandings: Rafia Zakaria’s “Against White Feminism.” appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Dec 21

Bell Hooks (1952-2021): The Cultural Politics of Love“My students tell me, we don’t want to love! We’re tired of being loving! And I say to them, if you’re tired of being loving, then you haven’t really been loving, because when you are loving you have more strength.”– bell hooks.It might seem strange for a regular white guy like me to want to mark the passing of bell hooks, a black feminist icon. It might even seem inappropriate, because ostensibly her work is not about me, or my kind of experience. Yet I do feel moved to share why people like me — and here …

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Bell Hooks (1952-2021): The Cultural Politics of Love“My students tell me, we don’t want to love! We’re tired of being loving! And I say to them, if you’re tired of being loving, then you haven’t really been loving, because when you are loving you have more strength.”– bell hooks.It might seem strange for a regular white guy like me to want to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Oct 21

OnlySubs Episode 66: Toxic Femininity and Wokeness as a Filtering Mechanism is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members ThinkSpot Though it’s risky enough to say so, it’s beyond obvious to most who aren’t fettered by political correctness that the Woke movement operates on toxically feminine energy; that is, mean girls stuff. The question people have is why. One reason is that it’s obviously attractive to young women for some set of reasons, but this only moves the question one step further back. In this episode of James Lindsay OnlySubs, my subscribers-only podcast, …

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OnlySubs Episode 66: Toxic Femininity and Wokeness as a Filtering Mechanism is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members ThinkSpot Though it’s risky enough to say so, it’s beyond obvious to most who aren’t fettered by political correctness that the Woke movement operates on toxically feminine energy; that is, mean girls stuff. …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Nov 19

left to right: Charlie Taylor, Mai Hua, David Fuller, Jerry HydeFor this international Men’s Day, I was asked to take part in a discussion about my friend Jerry Hyde’s new film ‘Meetings With Remarkable Men’.Jerry is a rock star psychologist who’s dedicated his life to running men’s groups, where men come together, every two weeks, some for as long as twenty years, to talk about their lives with other men.The film, made with female director Mai Hua, is an intimate portrait of some of the men from these groups. They talk about the most personal details of their lives, their emotional landscapes, …

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left to right: Charlie Taylor, Mai Hua, David Fuller, Jerry HydeFor this international Men’s Day, I was asked to take part in a discussion about my friend Jerry Hyde’s new film ‘Meetings With Remarkable Men’.Jerry is a rock star psychologist who’s dedicated his life to running men’s groups, where men come together, every two weeks, some for as long as twenty …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jun 18

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