The @Nero Solution (and an Unfortunate Update on the #FreeKate Fallout) »

Very interesting reading. Millard and this lady are friends. I have to laugh at the stupidity of the “gay” community. Some of these people are so stupid and ignorant that I’m not sure if they even have a brain. Must have “borrowed” one. LOL   <ADMIN>

Milo Yiannopoulos has solved the “harassment” problem:

The fact is, women are more easily rattled by nastiness than men. That’s a stereotype, but it’s also true — in the landmark Pew study on online harassment,women were more than twice as likely as men to say they were “very upset” by online harassment. That’s why, despite the fact that men are more likely to face abuse online, it’s mostly women you hear complaining about it in the pages of The Guardian and on Buzzfeed.

Men have had enough of third-wave feminism’s incessant and pathetic whinging about everything from gender pronouns to this bizarre “online harassment” craze — or “cyber-violence,” as they sometimes bizarrely call it. Women are upset at men being rude to them, and feel “oppressed,” we are told, whenever they are treated on equal terms as men in the maelstrom of trolling that is social media.

Consider the GamerGate controversy, where gamers fought back against the nannying, hectoring feelings police and were branded “harassers” and “misogynists.” It’s also happened in comics: if you go to an online comics forum and talk about anything but how stunning and brave the new SJW storylines are, you’ll get the boot.

The internet can’t cope any more with such strenuous tension between the sexes. I mean, there’s a reason that male golfers don’t compete against female golfers. They’re in a league of their own, and it would end in tears. It’s time to apply this logic to the online world.
Here’s my suggestion to fix the gender wars online: Women should just log off. Given that men built the internet, along with the rest of modern civilisation, I think it’s only fair that they get to keep it. . . .

Read the whole thing at

Of course, the absolute worst to complain about online “harassment” are not actually women. Transgender weirdos like “Brianna Wu” (John Walker Flynt) and Nicholas “Sarah” Nyberg were among the whiniest opponents of GamerGate. Their self-created victimhood, like their self-created “womanhood,” is a delusion in which they would require the rest of us to participate. And, of course, the alleged “harassment” of feminist SJWs is endlessly publicized by the liberal media, whereas the harassment of conservatives (including conservative women) is generally ignored.  […]

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