Category Archives: pseudo-science

The vegan myth of a B12 Eden

I am currently in the process of transitioning to a vegan life style. My reasons are ethical and environmental and those reasons have firmed themselves due to the advocacy of my wife. Nutrition-wise there’s almost no problem with being vegan: … Continue reading

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Patriarchical Myths

We visited the Yamane museum in Ushua├»a, and one of the displays recounted their patriarchical myth, which goes roughly like this: In the beginning women claimed to communicate with the spirits in a secret ceremony, and to obtain orders for … Continue reading

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Why would feminists support male circumcision?

I am subscribed to the RSS feed of the http://www.feministe.us blog and every time I read I learn a lot. I used to think of myself as a man supporting women’s emancipation but I’ve learned in the last three years, … Continue reading

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