Feminism 102 with the Freedom Feens

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MyWorms2The Freedom Feens discuss the “socialism in high heels (but not in bed)” that is many flavors of modern feminism.  Co-hosts are Michael W. Dean and Davi Barker. Really nifty third wheel is Diana Davison from the YouTube channel Feminism LOL.

Topics include Dumb Laws in Wyoming, why too many laws make all laws have no real meaning, Liebeck v. McDonald’s Restaurants, atheism plus, MGTOW with benefits, the thin libertarian diet, and Dr. Benjamin Spock vs Stefan Molyneux: who would win in a fist fight?

Hosts talked over the miles via FeenPhone! (Except Diana, who talked over Skype.)

NEW DESIGNS! Freedom Feens Buttons  on sale – 10 buttons post paid for ten dollars. 

MWD’s ill-fated GREAT band Slish.

NOTE: FeenPhone will NOT run on XP, I mistakenly said on this show that it would. Any PC Vista or later will work. Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10. Windows Server 2012.

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4 Responses to Feminism 102 with the Freedom Feens

  1. Anders Hass says:

    I also say twatter :O

  2. Darwin Smith says:

    The law in Kansas about catching a fish with your bare hands? That’s a sport in WV. It’s called ‘noodling’ because hillbillies like myself love doing insane things and calling it a sport.

  3. Nathan says:

    I’ve been reading about some of the famous figures in chess history, although I don’t know if there are any documentaries about them. One is Paul Morphy, the development genius. When other players were content to attack with a couple pieces, Morphy beat all the world’s greatest players in Europe by focusing on getting all his pieces out in a coordinated attack. In his final years he withdrew from society, danced around a circle of women’s shoes at night, and suffered delusions of persecution.

    The other one I read about was Wilhelm Steinitz, who dominated chess by exploiting pawns for positional advantages. This pioneering genius came “mentally unglued” after losing his 20-year world champion title, his health, and what little money he had left. and died a pauper on the streets of New York.

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