Fox & Friends Takes on Gender in Comic Books, And Painfully Misses

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Tucker Carlson and the crew over on Fox & Friends are aghast that Popeye has lost his traditional pipe and tattoo in the updated movie. Thing is, all we've gotten from Genndy Tartakovsky's take on Popeye is test footage, so it's a little preliminary to assume we've seen anything resembling a final design for the Sailor Man:



But the supposed emasculation of Popeye leads them into looking at the new Thor, and a four-year-old design of Wonder Woman, and how it's obvious that feminism and liberalism are turning superheroes into America hating wimps.

They did get one thing right, Wonder Woman deserved her own movie years ago.

Progressive Poetry of the Day: Girls Who Read

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Poet, Mark Grist, recites his poem that expresses how his attraction to women lies in their level of intelligence and their ability to carry engaging conversation.

Video Game Stuff of the Day: Anita Sarkeesian's Tropes vs. Women in Video Games (Part II)

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Yesterday, Anita Sarkeesian unveiled the second episode of her Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games series, which analyzes a variety of tropes that are perceived as sexist in video games. And as it was the case with the premiere of the pilot episode, the feminist author's second vlog post was immediately challenged by her detractors who managed to temporarily take down the video by abusing the "flag as inappropriate" button before it was restored shortly thereafter.

Weekend Read

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As any working mom can attest, academic and State Department consultant Anne-Marie Slaughter is certainly on to something when she makes the case that feminists sold women a load of BS when it comes to having it all.

From the July/August issue of The Atlantic:

It's time to stop fooling ourselves, says a woman who left a position of power: the women who have managed to be both mothers and top professionals are superhuman, rich, or self-employed. If we truly believe in equal opportunity for all women, here's what has to change.