Tag: misogyny

How Men View Women

How men view women. A topic hardly narrow enough to be discussed in a short little journal entry. And yet, I was reading The Gnostic Gospels, by Elaine Pagels, and came across a passage that seemed to encapsulate the subject perfectly, as follows. From the gnostic poem Thunder, Perfect Mind, as spoken by a "feminine … Continue reading How Men View Women

Ashley Judd: Intellectually Dishonest Hypocrite

I'll start by saying that I've always liked Ashley Judd. I watched her, way back when, in Star Trek: Next Generation and in Sisters, and through all of the years since. I've followed her charitable activities, and even read her autobiography. And, most recently, just two days ago, I watched her TED talk regarding eradicating … Continue reading Ashley Judd: Intellectually Dishonest Hypocrite