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'Mansplaining' the return of political correctness
Political correctness, that scourge of the '90s, seems to be getting a new foothold on American college campuses especially, Neil Macdonald writes. "Free speech zones" aren't necessarily what the name implies.
Dancing Man's LA party with 1,700 women
The Dancing Man was identified as Sean from London on Friday morning after Twitter user Cassandra Fairbanks, from California, launched a heartwarming campaign to track him down.
Liberals can't deny Levin's role with sex-ed curriculum
Despite efforts by the Liberal government to distance itself from suggestions that disgraced bureaucrat Benjamin Levin had a hand in crafting the sex-ed curriculum, there’s ample evidence he put his fingerprint on what Ontario children learn in the classr
The Bruce Jenner Story Goes From Gossip to News
For the last few years, there have been rumors and anonymously sourced tabloid items suggesting that Bruce Jenner, the former Olympic champion and somewhat comically befuddled patriarchal figure on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” was transitioning from
Swedish company implants microchips in its staff
It is hoped that eventually around 700 employees from the Epicenter hi tech office block in the centre of Stockholm may eventually have the chips, which are the size of a grain of rice, implanted in their hands.
The Jennifer epidemic
Take your Liams, Olivias, Ethans, Emmas, Avas, Michaels, Williams and Christophers — none of them, not one, can match the Jennifer juggernaut
Health and Human Services officials ‘too fat’ to fly coach
WASHINGTON — Officials of the federal Department of Health and Human Services — the agency that’s supposed to be fighting obesity — got to fly first class at taxpayers’ expense by claiming they were too overweight to be crammed into coach.
Branded bigots at the age of THREE
Thousands of pupils are being reported for so-called hate crimes after using innocuous words such as ‘Chinese boy’, ‘Somalian’ or ‘gay’.
Some Men Are Now 'Lumbersexuals''
An article at The Atlantic by Willa Brown, a doctoral candidate in history at the University of Virginia, says a “crisis in urban masculinity created the lumberjack aesthetic” now making a “comeback.” She says some urban men are growing beards, wearing pl
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