Weekend Reading | June 17, 2016

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Here are some of the most politically incorrect, incisive, interesting, or original links from around the web for the weekend of June 17, 2016.

Manosphere


How Seriously Should You Take Online Death Threats

Are online threats serious or not? I’ve given this question a lot of thought after receiving dozens of threats in the past year, mostly as a result of the worldwide meetup outrage. Feminists will often falsely claim to have received death threats as a way to get in the news or solicit money donations, but what do you do when the threats are real and numerous?

Talking to Children is Good Practice for Talking to Women

We lords of love at Le Chateau have explored and endorsed the theme of improving one’s seduction skills through the use of children’s games and phrases. Women, especially the prime nubility hotties, are more like children than they are like men. A despicably un-PC truth, but true nonetheless.

Has #GamerGate Been Thoroughly Cucked?

There’s nothing I love more than getting hate from the left.  They say you can judge a man by his enemies, and in my case they’re a bunch of sneaky ethno-masochists who desperately cling to whatever ideologies are deemed fashionable at the moment.  Five years ago they were upset by my “sexism”, but now that anti-feminism has become fashionable they’re scrabbling to find something – anything! – else to use as an excuse. Haters gonna hate, after all.

Politics

When Everything is a Crime: Harvey Silverglate on the Overregulation of Ordinary Life

A worthwhile interview with the author of Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent.

Jay Austin’s Beautiful, Illegal Tiny House

Land of the free? Um, not quite. Sloganeering? Yes. Reality? No.

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