Browsing All posts tagged under »Masculinity«

10 Responses to the phrase ‘Man Up’

February 10, 2012


This is exactly the kind of aggressive, passionate and well thought-out response we need to start giving to traditional masculinity and those small-minded people who might try to force it on us. If I had a tenth of this guy’s talent with the language, I’d be trying to do the same kind of thing. We […]

The Opposite of Masculinity

December 20, 2011


Living and studying in another country among other international students from all over the world has a peculiar effect on your self-image. In Canada, my identity includes a number of descriptors including nerd, feminist, beer lover, academic, and procrastinator. Those same descriptors apply in Edinburgh, but I must also include another one: Canadian. I remain […]

Man up and stop being such a whiny misogynist.

November 9, 2011


TRIGGER WARNING FOR LANGUAGE DESCRIBING VIOLENT SEXUAL ASSAULT Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: In Mala Fide is an online magazine dedicated to publishing heretical and unpopular ideas. Ideas that polite society considers “racist,” “misogynistic,” “homophobic,” “bigoted” or other slurs used to shut down critical thinking and maintain the web of delusions that keep […]