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(for name calling, and praising please use the comment section, thank you)

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All the best,


49 Responses to “CONTACT”

  1. desperada57 April 28, 2014 at 01:38 #

    The radical notion that women are adults – I like your new slogan MUCH better, and it’s to the point!

  2. petersocal April 30, 2014 at 21:41 #

    Oh can you please give this blog post the JB Treatment as it’s so deserving!

  3. Joel Daniels May 20, 2014 at 16:07 #

    Hey JB, check this out:

  4. Joel Daniels May 22, 2014 at 17:38 #

    I think you’ll like this one too:

  5. djadmoros May 26, 2014 at 19:23 #

    Now *that’s* one f*cking great blog! Even may restore my waning belief that the USA *can* be a great country! Not easy to find s’one *that* sharp-tongued here in Germany!

    With kisses from over the Pond!

  6. MMSS May 27, 2014 at 05:39 #

    Dear Judgy Bitch,
    As a writer you got some real skills. I consider myself a Grand-Master smack talker, but girl, you are in another league! Tell it like it is! Great stuff.
    Thank you. Will keep reading
    PS: you got any sisters??

  7. Radar May 28, 2014 at 19:37 #

    JB, just read the Isla Vista shooting article you wrote here. I wanted to thank you for this truth, and this call to remind a bunch of reactionary, politically-charged bullshitters that the victims here were people, and that we must remember them as people. I’m getting sick and tired of every Jane, Anne and Mary going, “Oh, god, did you hear about the shooting? Terrible! All those poor women.”

    A tragic trend exists for us, as well, to recall the name of the murderer, but not the murdered. We remember the Unabomber, but not his victims. We remember the manifesto of Breivik, and know his name by heart, and go on and on and on about his ideology and his hatefulness, and we blame one another for whoever believes what and why. But we do not know the names of his victims.

    So RIP, George Chen, Weihan Wang, Cheng Yuan Hong, Katherine Breann Cooper, Christopher Ross Michaels-Martinez, and Veronika Elizabeth Weiss. God have mercy on me, should I ever remember your names only as some pallid excuse for a political soap box.

  8. tyciol June 14, 2014 at 03:46 #

    Just read this by you:

    Headline: “Murderer kills six: 4 men and 2 women”

    Your URL and headline do not agree. Also, within the body:

    “he killed 6 men and 2 women” (first paragraph following quote after first vid)

    “Two beautiful young women lost their lives in Isla Vista. But so did four beautiful young men.” (2nd last paragraph before your sig)

    Seems to be uniform that 2 women were killed. I’m unclear whether 4 or 6 men died though. Can this be clarified please? Why the conflicting data? Did 2 hang on for a while and statistical amendments were not made everywhere/

    • judgybitch June 14, 2014 at 14:07 #

      Initial reports indicated that two male cyclists has died but they survived. Sorry for the confusion

  9. Douglas June 15, 2014 at 04:27 #

    Does anybody know where I can go, to get help for being discriminated against as a man. I have emotional disabilities and physical disabilities. I’ve emailed Paul Elam, but I haven’t gotten a response.

    I need home care services, mental health services, and some way of getting a job for people with disabilities; but doing it own my own feels hopeless, and nobody takes me seriously.

    If anybody knows anything, please
    help. :) <3

  10. Shane June 16, 2014 at 09:56 #

    Check this out. To sum up… “Wah! We can’t say ‘no’, it’s too confrontational and he might abuse me by showing me an angry face.”

  11. Somerandomdude June 16, 2014 at 18:44 #

    Hello JB,

    I’m not sure if there are any such references, but I would like to see a blog post along the lines of a 3000 foot view of the mechanics of how custody/father’s rights work in the US. Something hypothetically (as I don’t know how it actually works) along the lines of:

    1. Kid is born. If the woman is married, the husband’s name is entered as default as the father. If the mother isn’t married, she has the authority to list the father or not on the birth certificate (and I’m guessing that the birth certificate plays a large role in even starting to determine if a father gets custody, or if he has to sue to be put on it).

    2. If the father isn’t named, then the mother can give the kid up for adoption or use the safe haven laws. If the father is named, then what are his options.

    3. Etc.

    I know that there is probably a lot of differences in the rules from state to state, so it could only be written in general terms. But, at the same time, I think it would be a very informative post, that could be referenced, as I see a lot of posts in the MHRA realm that imply 1 or 2 (and assume that the reader knows exactly the mechanics), but without having been through the system, I don’t actually know how it works (but would like to).

    Thanks for your time.

  12. JT July 28, 2014 at 05:32 #

    JB you are awesome. Hope to see and hear more from you.

  13. Kieran August 1, 2014 at 08:17 #

    Hi Janet, I watched your appearance on the Drunken Peasants Podcast and I am a little confused about exactly where you stand on the issue of transgender people and gender identity. Any clarification on your position would be appreciated :)

  14. Francis August 3, 2014 at 18:33 #

    I just saw the Drunken Peasants video on YouTube. I did have a similar idea on male’s right on parenting, and I must say I feel a lot better about it since I heard you, a woman, sharing the same thought.

    I almost got involved in such a case where a woman decided to have a baby without my consent, and she almost kept it, and if she did, I know she would have applied for child support, which would have been a serious financial weight for man only starting his life, and probably fuck up most of early adulthood.

    I wish personally thank you for holding those ideas and sharing them around, to make people see a different perspective than the one from those professionals victims who will keep on stomping on our heads until they get to reduce all males to mindless slaves.


  15. dannylad August 9, 2014 at 13:31 #

    Hey Janet! I just came across you’re interview on the bbc trending. I’ve gotta say you totally owned Rebecca Brink, she just could not answer your questions lol.
    Keep up the great work.
    Lots of love from London, UK:)

  16. Jeremy August 27, 2014 at 21:41 #

    Hi, i just watched the Vice News profile on the MRM. I’ve never seen anything like it. I thought it was awesome and i was surprised it was so close to home. I’m a Warren, MI resident and the meeting was in St Claire Shores, MI.

  17. Jillian September 4, 2014 at 22:38 #

    I have never met you but I love you! I have to write a paper for my English class (a subject that I already struggle with) and I was going to look at it from the Psychoanalytic point of view because that interests me. When I brought my idea and thesis to the professor she totally threw it out. She explained that I should read the story through a feminist lens because it was written by a woman. I find it hard to agree with 99% of what comes from the mouth of the feminism movement which makes it even more difficult for me to write a paper that explains why feminism is so important in this story. Yet, I know that if I ignore her advice that she will give me a lesser grade. More than anything I hate being forced by women to accept their point of views. Isn’t literature all about finding your voice? I am a woman who wishes women would calm down and act more accepting like men. (This is probably why I have more male friends than female friends). You have inspired me to delete that first feminist draft and express my ideas. THANK YOU!

  18. Lisa September 14, 2014 at 01:11 #

    I’m so glad I came across your blog. It’s refreshing to know there are people out there who share the same sentiments. I can now stop blowing up my husband’s ear holes on crap I find concerning in society. I never had much thought about the unfairness to boy’s/men, prior to a year ago, when an unfortunate situation presented itself and I quickly had to face the realities of a changed world. Last school year my then 6th grade son attempted to hold a girl’s hand in the lunch line and was subsequently suspended for 2 days because the incident was “sexual harassment” needless to say my husband and I requested an immediate meeting with the principal in knowing the detail’s of incident. The details were very mundane and hardly constituted as sexual harassment. It’s very concerning to me that a label such as that can be tossed around all willy nilly. And what that also teaches the girl who complained in the first place. My son, was extremely embarrassed and now has complex. The whole thing was just absurd. I imagine this type of thing happen’s a lot in the school system.

  19. JP September 24, 2014 at 10:58 #

    Your video on college degrees was interesting and frightening. It shows that we are losing the creativity and productivity of a generation of young men. I suspect that the numbers you reference include graduates that are not US citizens, and who will return home after graduation. No one is coming to this country to earn a degree in anything except science and engineering. This will likely skew the numbers toward even more US women earning degrees than US men.

    I think we already know where this trend is heading. Think Detroit. Detroit was once the most productive manufacturing center of the world, and is now a social ruin. This is what happens when you remove fathers from families, create incentives not to marry, and demonize boys and young men when they start to struggle for fall behind.

  20. ScaredTiger September 29, 2014 at 07:58 #

    As a young white male having just recently become a fully passed into adulthood (legally and literally) I find the current “feminist” movement to be something frightening. I keep reading more and more articles about the ever changing definition of male on female rape and all I can see is a icy slope with men literally falling victim. The articles (which I am unable to recall, but I doubt I need to) cite newly passed laws that make it progressively easily for a woman to make claim to rape. Now I have nothing against active punishment for rape, but when I hear statistics (obviously false, or I would hope so at least. Otherwise we have more pressing matters to attend to) like “one in five college women raped on campus” I can only picture rampant misuse and abuse. The easiest and most frightening example being that after a regretful one night stand the woman doesn’t want to admit she willingly slept with a certain man so she denies she willingly slept with him. Of course by that point that man’s reputation is ruined, regardless of how the court of law decides the incident.

    Directly building upon this comes the logical, and correct, assumption it would be smarter, safer, and more effective use of time to study and be productive rather than sleep around. I would agree, but then all male/female interactions would need to be undertaken with a certain level of caution as neither party can be allowed to ever progress into the point of drunken stupidity. That would render all parties a great deal less fun. At best a man could only ever allow himself to become only slightly effected by alcohol and still be fearful of false accusations meanwhile a woman could become as drunken as she desires without fear of ever having to deal with someone else claiming that she raped them.

    Of course the male gender is far from outstanding symbols of morality. Men are known cheaters, liars, abusers. But not all men. Some cases of domestic female abuse may be true but I fear about those that are not. No man is perfect, especially when his wife/girlfriend provokes him into anger. And while I am sure the man did his fair share of mudslinging and name calling things are much easier for the woman. She throws a punch at him, perhaps leaving a bruise or two, and he retaliates and she can scream domestic violence and there is nothing he can do because men are innately stronger (this being the normal mindset regardless of truth) and thus out of line to attack a woman. And even if he denies it his reputation is already ruined, again regardless of the truth. Feminists claim to be equal to men in all regards, but men can exert excessive force and violence upon a “woman who had no chance of defending herself.” What happened to equality?

    I look at the current “feminist” movement and fear of a tyrannical matriarchy where men are despised for the simple fact of having the ability to be penetrate female flesh. I would love a world of equality between men and women (I would not even oppose a change in the man/male + feminine prefix that is the word for that gender), but equality seems to be slipping further and further away as time progresses onward. I see a system by which a woman can propagate a claim against a man and the man is left powerless against it.

    Along with the fear of that system is also a disgust. Disgust at hypocritical stand and viewpoints. But mostly a growing, unfortunate, disgust at women in general. This displeases me that I can find such a sentiment within myself, when I would rather love women than hate them. Is this how women felt during their prorights movement? Are we slipping backwards into the past?

    As a white male I find your blog to be a ray of hope amid a fog of ideologically lost feminists.

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