And a new rationalization for the list: #59 The Paranoid’s Blindness, or Solo’s Lament: “It’s not me, it’s you.”
In a women’s 5,000 meter heat in Rio earlier this week, Nikki Hamblin of New Zealand fell and tripped up American Abbey D’Agostino in the process. D’Agostino got up, helped Hamlin to her feet, and both finished roughly two minutes behind first place. The two women didn’t know each other and had never spoken before … Continue reading Here…This Should Wash Ryan Lochte And Hope Solo Out Of Your Brain
Hess’s argument is astounding considering her obnoxious title. If you are going to call so many people who are more ethically and logically astute than you stupid, you had better have some bullets to fire. She has exactly none.
Hope Solo should be suspended by her team, unless the position of feminists is that women can beat up whoever they want, and that’s empowering and social progress.
1. Combine mental health with unaccountable female superstar athletes and you get.…another “How dare you expect me to answer questions like any other pro athlete, you sexists racist!” moment from Naomi Osaka. Ahead of the Western & Southern Open in Mason, Ohio, tennis’s reigning queen finally agreed to sit down for questions from the press … Continue reading Noontime Ethics, 8/18/2021: The Segue Edition
Welcome, if that’s the word, to the 8th Annual Ethics Alarms Awards. Last year, in a burst of self-pity as I began this annual task, I wrote, “It is depressing and discouraging: 2015 was much worse than 2014, which was considerably worse than 2013. What am I doing here? What is the point of spending … Continue reading The 8th Annual Ethics Alarms Awards: The Worst of Ethics 2016, Part 1
This law suit should not be automatically regarded as a vindication for anti-wage discrimination activists or an act of courage and principle by the women. It may well be an example of what’s wrong with the whole wage discrimination narrative, and an exercise in blame-shifting and greed. We shall see.
The carnage continues with Part 2 of the Worst of Ethics 2014
Domestic abuse and child abuse are not just male problems, women are not a superior race, and the efforts of the media, feminists, and Hillary Clinton supporters to enshrine the false idea in our culture that men are inherently nasty, brutish and dumb are irresponsible, unfair, and though they will never admit it, bigotry.