#MeToo hero Eric Schneiderman has been outed as the same kind of man he claimed to despise. Four women have come forward accusing him of choking, slapping, and spitting on them during sexual encounters. They make it very clear – this was NOT consensual roleplaying. A larger question remains… why, despite sexual harassment being shunned in society, does the problem remain, even among liberals?

Part of the problem may be that GOOD men are no longer elevated. The news focuses solely on the abusers, the adulterers, the scumbags. The truth is that most men ARE GOOD, and still want to be chivalrous. Unfortunately, chivalry has been deemed to be sexist, and women are no longer treated as the treasures they are. Sad. Very sad.

Also – Free range parents are now a thing. “Back in my day” being a free range kids was just called being a kid. Riding bicycles, playing at the park, walking home from school – these were things that most kids did, without parental supervision. Now, one state felt it needed to write a law just to make it NOT illegal to let kids be kids.

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  • Semantics matters. Feminist and feminism are loaded words and so heavily unpopular that we need to be reinvented as something more brave, loving and inclusive, and freedom, being the essential element of feminism is a good place to start. Please let us brainstorm to reinvent, transform or reincarnate the ideas of feminism in a new name.  I’ll start…  Freeminists,  Freedomistas, La Free Movement, Equalism, Libertistas, The Fair and Free, The Equitable movement. EEEkkkkk this is not an easy task, jump in with ideas!!

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  • Can prostitution present a legitimate ethical dilemma? Is it more so an ethical dilemma than a moral one? Your thoughts?

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  • If prostitution were legal, how would the concept be taught to kids? How would you make kids understand it? Or your child understand it?

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  • This is basically a response to: Beyond ‘no means no’: the future of campus rape prevention is ‘yes means yes’ “No means no” and “Yes means yes” may seem like good, simple, and commonsense advice, but I can’t imagine anyone who honestly observes their social interactions can’t see that most communication (especially in the realms of “seduction” and “attraction”) is completely nonverbal. To start, let me begin by saying that I used to be super careful about ever crossing another person’s boundaries without their permission. In reality, I was too careful. I used to never initiate with women ever. I was too afraid to do something that they didn’t want. If a girl wanted to be with me, she had to do all the initiation (I somehow magically got some action this way, but it ultimately hurt my chances). As a result, I can count on more than one hand when I’ve been in situations where women are giving me a 100% nonverbal “yes,” but I never acted on it, because I never got a verbal “yes.” It got so bad, they would even contact me later in the night and say things like, “You know, you could’ve kissed me/fucked me if you wanted.” Consent is a much bigger grey area than feminists want you to believe. But ignoring how consent usually happens in the real world is ultimately destructive toward an honest conversation about what “consent” really means. To bring this around full circle, this also means that if a girl is giving a verbal “Yes,” but a nonverbal “No” (hesitation in her voice, closed body language, doesn’t seem “into” it) it’s probably better to lay off even though you technically have verbal consent. Please Note: This was originally a post for straight men, but feel free to switch the genders however you like – it’s not relevant.

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  • What constitutes abuse in relationship?  Does mental and emotional abuse matter? What natural rights do we have to be free from abuse? If there are rights to be free from abuse, who should protect those who are too young or otherwise unable to protect themselves, i.e. children, pets, disabled, elderly?

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