Sandra Fluke: 'How we raise boys' is contributing factor to gun violence

At last, Time Person of the Year finalist and expert on all things Sandra Fluke has weighed in on the gun violence plaguing the nation — and by weighed in, we mean forwarded a link to a Ms. magazine blog post. Entitled, “Why Won’t We Talk About Violence and Masculinity in America,” the post says … well, we’ll read it tomorrow, we promise. OK, we’ll skim it so you don’t have to.

It’s not racist or sexist to suggest that white men are struggling with a loss of power in this country. I’m not demonizing white men, many if not most of whom probably don’t feel powerful and in control. But the fact remains that in this country white men have long ruled – in public and private life. They continue to dominate government and media even as the nature of families and private life has evolved over time. No one likes to lose power. Losing power is hard and unpleasant, frightening and disorienting.

Hmm, which white men might not feel powerful or in control? The ones whose girlfriends turn to the federal government to pay for their condoms, maybe? We can only speculate, but Fluke’s link gave some food for thought.

  • HailtheRepublic

    Ugh. Will someone shove a packet of birth control pills in this woman’s mouth? I’ll buy, you fly. That way the poor woman won’t have to pay for it.

  • Chupah Kabra

    Sandra Fluke is a FLAKE

  • Jack Deth

    Does Ms. Fluke have a bastard child that she is raising with all that money saved from Government funded Birth Control?

    If she doesn’t. She really should shut the Hell up!

    • MoxieLouise

      No, she’s just concerned about Julia.

  • JohnChristianJr

    Sandra WHO?

    • mickeyco

      You wish you could say that & mean it.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      wasn’t that the crappy TV show starring Kelly Bundy?

  • Lisa Dean

    As someone who’s raising a son I would prefer Sandra Fluke actually have a son in order to make parenting comments.

    • orringtonmom (D)

      i’m raising two. and it is awesome. and you wrote what i wanted to say.

    • hatsylady

      Please Lisa don’t wish a male child on someone of her ilk. I would feel her hatred of men would affect her child rearing.

      • Lisa Dean

        I appreciate your sentiment but somehow I doubt she really wants to have the joy of having a child, let alone a son.

        • hatsylady

          I guess we can be thankful for that.

    • Bill Clinton

      God help us if she ever has any children. She’ll be telling us she didn’t mean to and it was our fault. We therefore should pay all of the child bearing expenses, college expense etc. And God help the poor children.

    • CR

      Dear god, don’t let her procreate. Besides, the one good thing out of the gov. paying for her contraceptives is that we don’t have to have little Sandra Flukes running around (assuming, of course, that she wouldn’t just abort them)

      • Mom Of three

        Funny, I was trying to decide if she should have children before commenting on raising them or sincerely wishing she wouldn’t procreate and spread the crazy….

      • SpinMeNot


        Last thing we need is more liberal-progressive yuppie larva running around mucking things up.

    • HW

      I would pray for the boy’s sake she doesn’t have one. A sicko like that would destroy a boy, can’t see why she needs birth controls last I heard dildos don’t knock you up.

    • Penmar

      Oh please, no, don’t wish that on the rest of us. I promise, I’ll pay for her birth control.

      • lainer51


      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        How do you know this isn’t a ploy to get you to actually pay for her contraception, hmmm?? *conspiratorial wink*

        • Penmar

          We’re paying for it anyway.

    • Ella Halligan

      I just asked her how many boys she had actually raised… because I have three sons, one of whom is almost grown. I raised him to be a strong, hard-working, responsible young man. In the process, he is also naturally gentle (although fierce about protecting his younger sisters and his mother), laughs at himself easily (but steps up to defend those people whom others laugh at), and spends his free time helping others in our community or working getting scholarships for college. And I sure as hell didn’t raise him (or his brothers) to be some pansy who has to hide behind a woman’s skirt (and paycheck) while demanding his share of “free stuff”.

      • SpinMeNot

        Your sons will be the better for your efforts and love. They are fortunate to have a mother like you.


  • Purple State

    Twitchy is so obsessed with this woman. She probably has grounds by now for a restraining order.

    • Lisa Dean

      How would she get a restraining order when she posts on Twitter of free will?

      • Purple State

        It was a joke, Lisa.

        • Lisa Dean

          I’m sorry I misunderstood. Usually when someone’s being sarcastic or joking they post it at the end of the sentence. Again, my apologies.

    • JeannieJ

      And yet…here you are. If this woman hadn’t flopped her vagina and all its accompanying issues into the ring, no one would be paying any attention to her. But here she is, pontificating on a subject the facts of which she is woefully ignorant, and demanding to be heard. One of the drawbacks of jumping up and down, waving one’s arms overhead and screaming “Hey look at me!” is that you can’t always dictate the slant of the attention you garner.

      My late husband and I raised a magnificent son; he’s a good man, a strong man, a smart and responsible man. My husband and his ex-wife also raised a spectacular son, who is also a good young man–who has a very clear knowledge of who and what he is. Both have been allowed to *be* men, and anyone whose sole claim to fame is the amount of traffic her crotch sees, has no appreciable input…ergo, she can be criticized, have her stupidity lambasted, and in general, receive all the scorn the rest of us wish to heap upon her. But you keep on plugging away, Sunshine. You can get your 15 minutes and be known as the guy who obsesses over other people obsessing over the chick with the over-active genitals and under-active synapses.

  • Laura

    What, because we raise them to be (dare I say it)…MEN?

  • almarquardt

    As a mother of a little boy, I shudder to think what he will be forced to endure by the mere fact he was born “white” and male.

    I find it particularly annoying how men cannot speak on “women’s issues,” but women – from even those who’ve never been married or have no boy children -are are somehow experts.

    Boys in today’s society are treated with contempt, forced to think and act like girls – such as not able to play “cowboys and indians,” and expected to sit still as long as girls can. Boys are also taught that they are not needed, and girls are taught they can and should do everything, and they are weak if they depend on anyone, especially a man.

    • $21367552

      Ummmm, what on earth will he have to endure? Women and blacks competing with him for jobs on an even level?

      • almarquardt

        I expect everyone to follow their passion and be the best they can be. I don’t give a damn their gender or color.

        Competition is the way if this world, and to say that women or people other than “white” need a leg-up is both sexist and racist.

      • Mrs. Tiggiwinkel

        You are lost without a map. Since you ignored everything she wrote, I’ll let you read it again in hopes you might understand. But I hold out no hope.

      • GTFOBigGovt

        Try having a kid before being sarcastic. Oh wait. Don’t. You obviously have a reading disability to deal with for yourself.

        • lainer51

          with all that FREE contraception, that won’t be happening any time soon.

      • Elena0412

        Not as long as we have affirmative action, aka institutionalized racism.

      • Penmar

        Hopefully we won’t have to endure stupid/racist comments like yours.

      • TocksNedlog

        This little ball of dirt upon which we live will be much better off, I think, once those that seek to stifle liberty for the sake of enforced ‘equality’ go the way of the Dodo.

      • $30423294

        But leftists don’t believe there is a level playing field.

        You speak as if your simplistic affirmative action regulations solved the problem.

        Nope. You and your folk are following the soviet model, and you know it. The soviet model is to institute simplistic solutions, which fail, and to blame your political enemies for the failure, adding even more punitive measures, which in turn fail, followed by more punitive measures, etc.

        In other words, what Andra’s son has to fear is the angry left wing that appears to be entering the scorched earth phase of failure.


      • SpinMeNot

        Well, if they were actually competing, as opposed to filling quotas, that would be nice.

        And another liberal-progressive puke earns the title of “outrage-monkey”.
        Well done.

    • GTFOBigGovt

      And it’s been that way for 30 years. Teachers ALWAYS prefer the girls and the boys are dismissed as too [insert pejorative here], expected to go on Ritalin and even if you have an IEP they NEVER want to follow the law about executing it.

      • Sarah Nelson

        I agree. As an educator and mother of a Son I don’t want him to think being male is wrong or having male heroes is wrong. Fluke wants men to pay for her contraceptives but she wants them to be blamed when things go wrong. Fame fatal syndrome much?

        • GaryTheBrave

          *femme fatale

          • TocksNedlog

            I think Sarah had it right the first time.

    • Elena0412

      As a mother of girls…I agree. If men are to be socialized (and let’s face it, they do) they have to feel needed. Traditionally this was accomplished by providing for their families and keeping them safe. I’ve been pleasantly surprised when reconnecting with old friends on FB to see that a lot of guys I once dismissed as “losers” have become successful and mature in the process of forming a family. But that is a different generation. Feminism has eradicated the male role and burdened women with having to be both paid employee and part-time homemaker. Men are resentful and withhold from women what they most want: marriage and children. Instead, most Americans go from shack up to shack up until they are in their thirties or forties. Your boys are the men our daughters will want to form their families with, and society is making it awful difficult for both.

      • almarquardt

        Well said!

      • Sarah Nelson

        Also, generalizing what ill white men do to all white men is like generalizing when an ill woman drowns her kids to all stressed mothers

        • freeinaz

          If there were more mothers who had the smarts that Sarah Nelson and Andra Marquardt both have exhibited, I’d say we were all on the right path.

      • Glen Foster

        Try impossible. And extremely scary. A female legally has God like power over you as a husband in a home nowadays and can pull the rug right from under you and you’re out on the street & might possibly never see your children ever again if she makes a false accusation to make sure you’re eradicated completely out of her life.

        And the only response anyone can muster is the idiotic ‘not all women are like that.’ Because they have pretty teeth and make pleasant conversation at dinner parties? How stupid! Which is completely missing the point. Apparently there’s a whole LOT of women ‘like that’ because the divorce court system is a booming billion dollar industry and it’s impossible to tell because the legal system tells women it’s not even wrong to do! And then facilitates the whole thing so they can get their %.

        And then what these idiots never take into consideration is .. who has the LUXURY or resources to go through woman after woman who divorces you and takes your children and leaves you with crippling child support and alimony?

        My cousin is ‘super sweet’ and tells me she loves me all the time- lives in the upper class suburbs- & everyone loves her. She cheated on two different husbands. It’s impossible to ‘tell’ if a woman is going to cheat on you. Not all women are ‘like that.” Like what? You mean that might get bored and go elsewhere?

        I will never marry ever again in this country, and like so many men, I’ve been working on leaving the U.S. altogether. You can have this psychotic evil sewer of a society. Good luck.

        • Elena0412

          Under current no-fault divorce laws the person who wants out of a marriage has “God-like power” over the other. Marriage is a contract and should be treated as one (where one party can’t just walk away for any reason or none at all). And divorce *has* become a lucrative industry. I am sorry that you have become so bitter, I would too if threatened with having my children taken away. It may sound a bit hackneyed, but not all women (or men) are alike. My husband and I will be celebrating our silver anniversary (only marriage for both) in 2013. Good luck.

        • freeinaz

          Your kinda using quite a broad paint brush my friend.

    • dkhilly

      We’re not doing our girls favors by treating our boys like this…they potential dating/marrying pool gets filled with man-children.

      • ceemack

        Kinda like the White House.

    • Sarah Nelson

      I am not white and i think Fluke is wrong to make this about ‘white men’ when it’s about ‘mentally ill men’ Also, many non-white men especially in urban areas commit crimes but that’s ‘normalized’ so it’s not counted as ‘disaster’

    • Mom Of three

      I was thinking exactly the same thing…

    • Hiraghm

      Bless you for speaking out. You, ma’am, are indeed a mommy.

      • almarquardt

        That’s sweet of you, Jim. Thank you. Of all the labels people bestow upon women, nothing is more rewarding than “Mommy.”

      • almarquardt

        I neglected to add that for a man to be called Daddy, there’s got to be nothing better.

    • SpinMeNot

      Your children are fortunate to have a mother such as you. We are fortunate to have made your acquaintance.


  • Mrs. Tiggiwinkel

    If we were to suggest single motherhood were a big issue in “raising boys”, what kind of response we would get from Fluke and her ilk?Here’s a hint: it would still be premised on the flaws of males.

    By the way sumthin, Fluke, who the f$%$ is “we”? Liberals whose “gender-neutral” approaches always mean “masculine” behavior is “disruptive” and in need of intervention, even medication?

  • Bob Smooper

    I am sure you will join me in applauding the good work this beautiful woman does to help advance the reproductive health of women!

    Most of the people reading this use the pill. Imagine if you didn’t? We would have redneck babies everywhere!

    Good work Sandra!

    • Evil Otto

      Not bad trolling, but a little lazy. I’ll give it 4/10.

      • nc

        You’re generous.

      • $7610427

        Ignore him…he isn’t even in this country…but somehow thinks we are his business…

    • Zane Henry

      while you’re at it, please praise the efforts of Margaret Sanger. Otherwise, our garden would be full of those “weeds” she hated so much.

    • Lisa Dean

      She’s advanced the reproductive health of women? I’m sorry but reproductive health for women has been around a lot longer than Sandra Fluke has been alive. And women have been aware of their options long before Sandra decided to say she deserved free birth control.

      • Penmar

        No, she advancing non-reproductive health, hence the birth control pills, which in her case I fully endorse.

    • Bill Clinton

      Come on. We are listening to this idiot who couldn’t figure out how to get her own birth control at age 30. $10 a month at your local clinic. This had nothing to do with “reproductive health” and a lot to do with someone to who has been given everything .

    • TN05

      Don’t want a baby? Don’t have sex. Pretty simple concept, really.

    • Jillane Kent

      How exactly has she advanced women’s health in America?
      Substitute black/asian/mentally retarded/deformed/latino for ‘redneck’. Don’t you think that your comment is just a tad hateful and not in keeping with the boundless tolerance liberals claim to possess?

    • Susan

      so you think no personal responsibility is admirable? I sure hope your significant other is using her birth control. Not all men or women a parent makes!

    • $7610427

      Redneck babies? Do y’all have rednecks in England? You’re a fraud! Go troll somewhere else.

      • SpinMeNot

        Being a redneck is a glorious, and uncaring, lack of sophistication. The rural countrysides of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales are full or rednecks with really funny accents.

        I remember turning on the TV in Ireland, and they would subtitle the local farmers if they were interviewing one of them, so folks could understand what they were saying .. and they were trying to speak English, not Irish/Gaelic.

    • Penmar

      Yes, but at least us ‘rednecks’ pay for our own pills if we use them.

    • operanerd1986

      If we had redneck babies everywhere, the world would be a better place.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      I am sure you will join me in applauding the good work this beautiful woman does to help advance making the taxpayers foot the bill for the reproductive health of women!-Mark Cooper


    • TocksNedlog

      Most of the people reading this are male, and don’t “use the pill” AT ALL, you twitwit Brit.

      • Hiraghm

        “the pill” is easy and cheap to use. Buy a bottle of aspirin, take one out, and hold it between your knees…

        • Lisa Dean

          I haven’t heard that saying since I was 14 years old.

        • SpinMeNot

          I remember my mother saying that to my sister, and making sure she had a dime in her purse, in case her date started getting fresh, and she needed to call for a ride home.

          I picked her up a couple of times …

  • blockthiscnn

    I think I actually don’t mind paying for her birth control so she doesn’t reproduce.

  • Maxwell

    The article implies that the mass majority of mass murderers are white. I could list several examples that prove this is not factual, but I don’t have the time. Is there a link between men and mass shootings, probably. But psychologist believe that it has to deal with how men deal with their problems (outwardly) compared to how women deal with theirs (internally). Not with how men are raised.

    • Ella Halligan

      The only link to “how men are raised” is the situation CAUSED by Fluke and her ilk. Pouring psychotropic meds in to boys to make them act less like, well, boys! The one common denominator in all of these shootings is that the perpetrator(s) are or have recently been on some pretty serious medications (not that people recognize them as serious, since we toss them around our schools like candy!

      • SpinMeNot

        Personally, I think all young men should be tossed into the wilderness with a hunting knife, a .22 LR, some fishing line and hook, flint-steel, blanket, and a canteen of water.

        We did it, was called “survival camping”, supervised by the scouts and a few Military spec-ops vets. It was a right of passage in my small town growing. A person never knows what they can do until pushed to their limits. For a woman, IMHO, its having and raising children, creating a family. For men its different. The sooner we realize that again, the better off we are going to be.


    • dmacleo

      I have not looked into it a lot but in US I always thought mass (4 or more) WAS usually white men.
      but I am also not sure on the criteria used, it very well may be just the data I saw was skewed. because we all know nobody in the world has ever tried to hide race of minorities in these instances.
      now that I think about it I really do wonder if it was how the data was presented :(

      if you ever get the time I would appreciate you posting links.
      thank you.

      • SpinMeNot

        What difference does it really make? If you aren’t on a battle-field and aren’t defending yourself, there is no excuse for killing, period. One, three, ten — it don’t matter.

        And it sure don’t matter what color skin the killer has, the victims are just as dead.

        We need to move past race, we need to do it now.

  • BeyondPolls

    Liberals are obsessed with skin color.

  • Conrad2010

    And it goes on and on.
    Oh why didn’t the world end today.

    • LordElrond09

      Actually it ended on Election Day. We just haven’t realized it yet

    • TheOriginalDonald

      because Bugs made off with the Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator

  • orringtonmom (D)

    while i don’t want to pay for someone else’s birth control, i’m starting to think we should make an exception for her… i’m ready to pass a hat, hold a bake sale or start a damn telethon so that she can get all the birth control she needs. mercy on the poor boy she might give birth to someday.

    • Lisa Dean

      I will gladly give up my three skinny hazelnut lattes a week for one month. That will pay for over one year of her birth control alone.

      • michael s

        you don’t have to she’s engaged to a very weathy politically connected guy.

        • lainer51

          then HE can buy her birth control and maybe she will STHU!
          Imagine that – politically connected!! who knew?

    • mickeyco

      I love you, Mom!

      • orringtonmom (D)

        i love you too.

    • SpinMeNot

      I can make some small wooden boxes to auction off … I’ve got some decent hardwood left over from Christmas presents

  • Moose

    Funny that they weigh in on masculinity the same way they do with guns. Ignorant of the fact they haven’t got a clue as to the real problem and instead blame the people who aren’t doing anything instead of themselves. Liberals.

  • MaxTiger

    This is also a typical response from a certain type of feminist regarding high suicide rates among men. For the flukes of this world(intended pun with the lower case f) there is difficulty being able to differentiate between power and self-worth. Many young men(of all colours) have low self-worth not because of a lack power over women but because of cultural changes in the western world that have removed the old values of work, family and self-restraint. Values that liberal elites began targeting many years ago.

    • Hiraghm

      There’s a touching story of a cat who becomes suicidally depressed. He keeps bringing his mistress dead rats and squirrels, attempting to provide for her as his instincts urge him to, out of his love and appreciation for her. Her reaction every time is to squeal and yell at him and punish him.

      The flaw wasn’t in him, but in her inability to and apathy toward understanding him.

      Dunno why I thought of that :cough:

      • SpinMeNot

        brilliant. What was the old movie where this played out until the child snapped … oh, yes, I remember now — Psycho.


  • Rob Ramcharan

    Isn’t this the same Sandra Fluck (rhymes with “fire truck”) who doesn’t think women should be having children at all, let along raising white boys?

  • chesterarthur

    Well,no matter how we raise boys,it’s preferable to how one woman in the public eye was raised.Seriously,would most parents be proud to have raised such a public Fluke?

  • Bobbwil

    Yes, Sandra, because everyone knows that white men are solely to blame. Black people are never guilty of gun violence….well, except for most of it.

  • hatsylady

    Fluke you are a racist man hater.

  • bluewaternavy

    Sandra Fluke has HOW many children? O(h, that’s right, she has NONE! That’s five less than I have, so will someone tell me HTF she’s suddenly an EXPERT?

  • HARP2

    Penis envy.

    • RightThinking1

      I think you have hit on it.

  • Michelle

    I wish she would shut the fluke up (bad pun I know!)

  • Right Gun

    What I’d like to know is just what kind of pathetic, limp wristed dweeb would be attracted to that woman in the first place. No. On second thought. I don’t want to know. I’m just glad I grew up when I did. When the likes of Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone were the model. Boys growing up today have got a tough row to hoe.

    • MoxieLouise

      No kidding. When I was a girl, my best friend was a boy because he lived two houses away. We played cowboys and Indians (I know, I know) from sun up until our moms called us in. Sometimes we had “stick” guns, and sometimes we used our cap guns. Neither of us grew up to become mass murderers (or murderers of any kind). Guess our moms didn’t need Fluke’s advice.

  • Basset_Hound

    How ironic that Sandra Fluke should have an opinion on how to raise boys. Her ilk sees men as nothing but living, breathing dildos.

  • Steve_J

    The best thing I can wish for Fluke is that she never reproduces.

  • Colonel_Bat_Guano

    But if we don’t have men, who will fulfill Sandy’s er, um, “needs”? Too bad her parents didn’t exercise their birth control options, perhaps a retroactive abortion would be indicated.

    • Hiraghm

      I would GLADLY fulfill her biggest need.
      To be turned over a male knee and spanked.

      • Colonel_Bat_Guano

        Why do I get the feeling she would enjoy that?

  • LordElrond09

    I’ll say it again. What male who is not a wimpy spineless jellyfish is interested in being in a relationship with this thing?

  • American Infidels

    Sandra Fluke needs to stfu n worry bout gettin her free birth control.. Too much stds out there n she’s let it be known she puts out…ALOT

  • Dave

    So, she is a mother and has boys? Seeung as the answer is no, what makes her an authority on this?

    • dkhilly

      Yeah it sounds like she’s quoting decades old books, and has no comcept of what my sons are dealing with.

  • Jd1367

    isn’t she at 14:56 of her 15:00 minutes of fame?

    • GaryTheBrave

      That means we have FOUR MORE SECONDS!!

  • digitalPimple

    This chick has some serious, serious issues. Check the latest census numbers and her whole argument and dopey rant fall completely apart.

    Check please.

  • Elena0412

    Who’s Fluke’s beard?

  • Blake Waymire

    I think Fluke actually hit on something, but not in the way she intended. If she and her ilk continue to demonize men, what does she think is going to happen? “Men are without power, so because of that they lash out against everyone else, we have to fix them.” Does anyone else have an idea of what that does to someone? Adult men can feel horrible when being told by a single woman that he’s not good enough for her (I speak from experience). Imagine what it’s like being told by society that you need to be fixed because of your sex. And add in disillusion later in life when the White Male realizes that the government considers his race and sex to be the only factor in deciding that he needs to be punished by affirmative action.

    It’s not pretty. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a home with two loving parents who taught me actual morals, and fortunate enough to have a faith in God that strengthens those morals. Some of these other boys are not so blessed, coming from broken homes, or homes that were never together to begin with, and they are the ones who Fluke and co. are damaging with their rhetoric.

  • rbtpowell

    This dingbat really needs to stick to birth control issues, the thought of her procreating is a bit more than a little scary……..

  • MKFenris

    Uhhh she does realize boys turn anything into a gun right? When I was a boy if I found the right sticks or branches I would pretend they were different kinds of guns. So Sandra thats the timer and your fifteen minutes of fame are over don’t let the door hit ya where the good lord splitcha.

  • Marsh626

    How we raise boys? The school shooter had a severe mental illness for God sakes. There’s plenty of wrong things we do as a culture and how we raise our children (most of it introduced by libtards like her). But these attempts to throw the blame all over the place are absurd.

  • sleazyrider

    Once again I apologize for being white…..and old…..oh…and male.

    • TocksNedlog

      Me too!

    • SpinMeNot

      Never apologize, never stop fighting.

      Personally, I like being a old and a bit wrinkly … I can get away with saying things that used to start fights …

  • Penmar

    Patricia Pearson hypothesizes in her book, When She Was Bad: How and Why Women Get Away With Murder.
    Pearson points out that while people in general tend to view women as
    non-aggressive, in fact, “women commit the majority of child homicides
    in the United States, a greater share of physical child abuse, an equal
    rate of sibling violence and assaults on the elderly, about a quarter of
    child sexual abuse, an overwhelming share of the killing of newborns,
    and a fair preponderance of spousal assaults.”

    • $23629333

      Penmar, I used to make a point of pointing out the fact that the most common form of domestic abuse is the physical assault of a child by his/her mother. Discussions of domestic abuse tend to focus only on the assault of the wife by the husband.

  • AlertUpUSA

    The Men’s Movement – started during the 80s was starting to deal with the way men were raised from boys back then. I am sure that mvmt has been discounted by now.
    Men do not have many (if any) formal rights of passage through stages of growth and accepting/understanding our roles. Most men (born in 50s and 60s until now) had absent fathers, that were unavailable for guidance or true emotional support. Today, many have ‘abdicated’ their responsibility – still-
    White men are portrayed as imbeciles on TV shows and especially commercials.

    We need a shift in healing the psyche of men.

  • syvyn11

    I know this twit has freedom of speech, but what gives her credibility to speak on this? Having Rush Limbaugh call her a ‘slut’?

    Unfortunately for a lib, that’s enough.

  • $23629333

    Let me begin with an apology. I find myself having to nod in agreement with Sandra Fluke. Forgive me.

    It is time to examine seriously “how we raise boys.” Remember these immortal words: “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.”*

    Remember – also – that the hand that rocks the cradle belongs to a woman, usually. If boys are violent, and – presumably – are not born that way,** the blame must lay with mothers, and the babysitters and day care attendants who fill in for them. Perhaps it is time for such women to say no to toys and entertainment which teach and encourage boys to be violent.

    While it might be hard to suggest – with a straight face – that any particular game or movie might encourage violence, it does seem reasonable to suggest that it is unhealthy to have many hours of exposure – each day – to such things. Surely, if we’re to believe that someone – young or old – might be influenced by a 30 SECOND COMMERCIAL, we can believe that someone might be influenced by HOURS of violent imagery.

    (* William Ross Wallace)

    (** and any suggestion that they are born that way should stick in the craw of any good liberal)

    • dkhilly

      I find it perfectly acceptable for you to request moms to be aware of this and make decisions to raise her children well…that’s where you and Sandra greatly diverge…she wants the government to make those choices.

    • Lady_Penguin

      I actually agree with you about the endless hours of the violent game video playing being a factor. For those predisposed to mental illness it is a desensitizing influence. There are those who have genetic markers and predispositions to certain kinds of mental illness. Modern psychiatry today even uses EEG biofeedback to help children with ADHD, so if repetitive brain stimulation can be used for therapeutic psych treatment, the same theory exists for adverse brain stimulation impact.

    • Hiraghm

      Audie Murphy committed one of the greatest acts of violence imaginable. He stood on a burning tank (actually I think it was a tank destroyer) and mowed down dozens if not hundreds of enemy soldiers, leaving them dead and wounded. He was the most decorated hero in American history.

      In that same war, the American Volunteer Group, a unit of mercenary pilots flying for China, racked up an unmatched “kill ratio” using obsolete aircraft. They were violent men. And, according to Robert Lee Scott’s “God is My Co-Pilot”, they were fighting for America, which to them was… The American Girl. She was democracy, Coca-cola, Apple pie and Chevrolet rolled into one package.

      It’s not that men and boys are violent. We are, and we should be. violence is a tool we use to fulfill our role in defending our women and children. It is the nature and direction of that violence that is no longer being properly taught.

      Maybe desegregating the sexes wasn’t such a hot idea. Maybe we should stop forcing females into male locker rooms and into military units. I’m sure that’s not the sole cause of the degeneration, nor would reversing it be the sole cure. But, like with deficit reduction, you have to start cutting somewhere.

  • David

    We all had guns by the age of 12. Every boy carried a pocket knife. We played cowboys and Indians. We played with toy soldiers, built forts and had mock battles. No one got hurt and we all grew up. Many of us defended our great nation.
    What we are seeing is a “girlification” of America as inspired by girly-man Barack Hussein Obama.

    • RightThinking1


      Absolutely. It was the same for me. We lived in a small, somewhat rural town town. We enjoyed the same play/games that you mention. Building play forts, tree houses, engaging in the occasional team-on-team mud-clod fight.

      Audie Murphy and John Wayne et al were our idols. I think every kid I went to elementary school with had a WWII or Korean war surplus knapsack that we carried our books in.

      There were also the good guys of the westerns. Their common trait was character. The moral was always the same, good character was it’s own reward, and bad behavior was not to be endured.

      Every male over the age of 12 spent some time hunting, often simply with friends, roaming the woods. It was a common after-school practice.. The place bristled with guns, but it was not something that anyone ever thought about. That someone owned a gun conveyed to them about the same status as owning a rake. At Christmas when I was 10 (and after a lot of badgering) I received a .22 rifle. I have no idea how many tin cans suffered in consequence.

      Through high school, there were occasional dust-ups between guys that ended with a bloody nose, but that was it. Never…, NEVER, did anyone think of a gun as something to be used to settle a dispute, or express anger, or threaten someone.

      It isn’t the guns, it isn’t something inherent to boys, it is the decay of society that is to be blamed…, and it is Fluke’s fellow travelers that have promoted the decay, and are working hard every day to hasten it.

    • Lisa Dean

      Much to the chagrin of my Mom I did those things too. Except for join the military.

      • SpinMeNot

        Nothing wrong with that … I married a gal like you back when being called a tomboy was insult. Be proud that you didn’t accept a stereotype and thought for yourself.


      • fivegreatkids

        Me too Lisa. Heck when we drove to school with a new rifle on the rack of your pick up truck the principal would come out to admire it and compare it to his–not arrest you.

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  • Jeanette Victoria

    She is right but not the way she means. What irony if we raise more boys like she wants we will have more mass murders

  • Rob Stevely

    Using her logic, wouldnt it be old white men that commit these crimes? They would be the ones who had the “power” to lose.

  • Steve_J

    It seems that ever since people started de emphasizing competition at litlle league, youth football, etc. violence has increased off the playing fields.

  • Paul J. Citro

    The problem is we let everyone out of the closet saying………. Oh it’s OK we understand.

  • Michael Rice

    THe Widl West…where men acted like men and there were guns not only in every home, but all over, in the open, on the streets and in the hands of children….Guess what there weren’t..Anyone? Mass shootings…that is what.

    • RightThinking1

      Weirdly, Oscar Wilde visited Leadville, CO in 1882. He observed ( I paraphrase, since I do recall verbatim) that “The book of etiquette here is the Colt revolver. It teaches lessons which are never forgotten.”

    • SpinMeNot

      An armed society is a polite society.


      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        I said that exact same thing on another thread… in the Old West, everyone had guns, and everyone was polite to one another. The only problems cropped up when saloon owners banned guns in their saloons.

  • wwbdinct

    Fluke will be changing her tune right quick when her toilet needs fixing, her car has a flat tire and she loses power in her house and has to hook up a generator.

    • Lady_Penguin

      :) First person I call is my husband when something mechanical isn’t working. He is able to move the refrigerator and vacuum the coils, he is able to fix the washer, he is able to fix almost all car problems in the family, and the idea that boys/men shouldn’t be of this mindset is ludicrous.

      Nature actually made men and women to be different, not just for biological and survival of the species reasons, but for a number of other reasons. BTW, I bet Ms. Fluke is clueless that men actually should be the ones to open the door for women, physiologically their upper arm muscles are designed for heavier tasks–that’s biological, Fluke gal, not wishful thinking.

  • cindy

    Now we have “gender identity”as a protected class in Connecticut. What does that even mean??? An all-out movement to erase the biological sexual identity of people so we can choose? How do we even prove this “choice?” This world has gone out of control!

  • copper

    The FBI concluded years ago that the way a female relates to her son is one the most influential factors of whether he will become a serial killer. Again Ms. Fluke, you’re wrong! Check it out yourself.

  • wrenhal2010

    Not sure what else everyone here is saying, but there is a problem. The feminizing of boys, ESPECIALLY in public education is well documented. Mainly because teachers want them to sit still for hours on end and bee quiet like little girls.

    • Lady_Penguin

      Yes, and that’s why the schools force the boys to all be on drugs like Ritalin, to make them into robots, instead of acting like normal boys (and girls). Pathetic liberal mindsets.

    • Moue La Moue (D)

      They want not just the boys, but ALL children to sit there like mindless little zombies. Train them to be Good Little Test-Takers, and then wonder why these kids wish to spend more time in front of the television playing video games? We’ve created an Escapist Culture, where children are not allowed to simply BE children! We took away Recess. We took away a decent lunch ‘hour’. We’ve taken away field trips (which really irks the crud out of me), and basically pushed these kids into being something they aren’t. It’s disgraceful.

      • MoxieLouise

        And they can’t even play outside alone any more because there are two pedophiles in every block.

  • OldmanRick

    From the mouth of a useful idiot spews more useless dribble…….


    Yeah Sandy. Put the in dresses and everything will be fine.

  • Joseph Phillips

    More pansy talk… How we raise boys? Without fathers – there’s your problem.

    • MoxieLouise

      THANK YOU! I’ve been waiting for someone to say that! And where there aren’t any fathers, how can a mother do the job of a father, a mother and an employee as well? I know thousands are struggling to do it because they have no choice, but some did have a choice.

    • fivegreatkids

      Can I get an Amen? My heart goes out to ALL single moms out there trying to raise boys by themselves. I have 4 boys and could never have done it without my wonderful husband. Boys are NOT girls. I started out feminist but learned quickly that boys and girls are VERY different–its not just a nuture thing.
      Dads, we can NOT raise great men without you. You just can NOT abdicate your responsibilities! Women who won’t let you participate are hurting their children and society more than they will ever know. Boys are desperate for good male heros who are close by.

  • RightThinking1

    ‘How we raise boys’ is contributing factor to gun violence..”
    I could not agree more.
    Promoting a society that leads to ‘families’ with absent father’s and irresponsible fathers leads to ill-socialized boys.
    Promoting a society which is absent a fundamental, and absolute sense of morality leads to ill-socialized boys.
    Promoting a society where gratuitous violence is promoted via the entertainment business leads to ill-socialized boys.

    • MaryUKtheScot

      Arent each of these points condoned by lefties!!!

      • RightThinking1

        Yes. I didn’t mean to be subtle, but irony is difficult to transmit via the written word. At any rate, you have hit upon it.

        • MaryUKtheScot

          LOL, i “got” the irony!! irony is us Brits speciality!!:)

          • RightThinking1

            Mary, let’s talk a bit about the UK. I am two generations removed from Yorkshire jwhittonatbellsouthdotnet

    • MaryUKtheScot

      I was just re-reading you’re post and feel so sad that each point you make is SO TRUE!!! It may not be PC or “trendy” but raising a good, respectful well rounded kid now is a fight against ALL modern cultural forces. Central to that IMO IS Hollywierd and the music industry IRONIC isnt it!!:(

  • Lady_Penguin

    So, at age 31, we now have someone speaking with “expertise” on society and how we raise our boys? Someone who isn’t married, hasn’t had children, but they get a microphone and presume to tell society what they’re doing wrong?

    Sorry, Ms. Fluke, you and those of your liberal/leftist philosophy appear to really despise men and that’s why the radical feminists have tried to destroy them. IMHO, having raised several children, been married for a long, long time…it has to do with your own anger and wanting women to rule over men.

  • John Holliday

    How “we” raise boys? How many boys has she raised? I’ve raised two.

  • John Holliday

    The phrase “all men were created equal” was written by a white man. It is the springboard for freedom all over the world.

  • Ricky Vines

    She should just wash her itchy scratchy and stay away from public policy. She’s done enough damage.

  • BeeKaaay

    Yes, leftwingwacfkos like her tell boys it is OK to rip children apart limb from limb and then they wonder why there is horrific violence against children.

  • Silenttype78

    Maybe she’s on to something here. When fathers were a greater influence in their sons lives society was better off. They taught them how to be men. Feminists hated that….so….seems to me like like Ms. Fluke has the “family” structure her and her ilk pushed for.

    • Omega Kin

      Exactly, they always hated men & families in general, since the think family structure is sexist? smh Dumb liberals.

  • Omega Kin

    Isn’t this very sexist of her? How about all of these females who kill their kids when they are outside of the womb?

    The way we females are to blame for that. Stop the melodramatics, don’t brand an entire people or gender for what a very small few do.

  • Russ Rogers

    So…your first concern isn’t that Soraya Chemaly wrote a piece for Ms. Magazine…what REALLY concerns you is how SANDRA FLUKE tweeted about it! I don’t think what Sandra Fluke LINKS to on twitter is newsworthy, unless she actually says something momentous. This ain’t momentous, it’s a LINK to an article. The Ms. Magazine article might be newsworthy. So you might have fun rebutting that with an article or column here. But you should keep your rebuttals of TWEETS to less that 140 characters, and keep them on twitter! This is nonsense.

    • TocksNedlog

      So . . . you say “This ain’t momentous,” Twitchy says this ain’t momentous, and most of us commenting say this ain’t momentous — and so you are complaining BECAUSE we agree with you?

    • wwbdinct

      Pfffttt. It’s not her place to make a statement to America on how we raise our sons. It’s not your place or Obama’s place for that matter. And of all things,it’s not MS magazines place as I am certain that they would have all men dressed in pink tutus and scrubbing the kitchen fooors. It is especially noteworthy that someone who became a “celebrity” by whining about birth control has the hypocrisy to weigh in how people raise their children, of which, she will never have. Your faux outrage is typical.

      • Russ Rogers

        wwbdinct, I don’t think you know how twitter works. Sandra Fluke was not making a formal statement to America! She was saying something informally and casually to the people who follow her on twitter. twitter is like mini-blogging in 140 characters or less! It’s like a phone text message that many people can read. Sandra Fluke did not become a celebrity by whining about birth control. She became a celebrity for the stalwart, dignified, intelligent, charming and incredibly media savvy way she stood up to being SLANDERED, BULLIED and SEXUALLY HARASSED by the biggest talk-radio personality in the World!

        I don’t think Sandra Fluke was “weighing in.” She was gesturing toward an interesting article. Question: how many of these mass-murder rampages involved female gunmen? I can’t think of ONE! But I can think of more than half a dozen off the top of my head. Why is it boys? Is the problem cultural? Or does testosterone just turn some men into lethal nut-jobs?

        I’m not outraged by Twitchy. I’m bemused at their own hypocrisy. They CLAIM that Sandra Fluke is a “nobody,” but they continually write articles about her, even on the slightest of pretexts, like her tweets. The editors and readers of Twitchy seem FIXATED on Sandra Fluke. And I think that’s sort of funny, considering they claim her 15 minutes of fame is supposedly over.

        • Lisa Dean

          Tweets get passed around like a cheap bottle of wine by high school kids. If she doesn’t want her tweets posted and looked at by others then she should set her account as such.

        • wwbdinct

          Russ – you seem like a nice man so I will not engage in a hostile debate with you. As a woman, I find Fluke to be an embarrassment to my gender and frankly her positions to be a setback to women everywhere. She was used as a willing tool to push an issue into the election that was a non-issue in the first place. I’m sure you rushed to Sarah Palin’s defense as well when she was slandered, bullied and sexually harassed and continues to be to this very day. My guess is that you didn’t.
          BTW – I know how Twitter works Russ. I did not need for you to spell it out to me like I was a child. I am a grown woman Russ. I can actually think for myself, make decisions on how to raise my kids, especially my son, balance work and home life and comprehend how Twitter works. Hope you have a very Merry Xmas!

          • SpinMeNot

            ’nuff said, well said.


          • Russ Rogers

            Wwbdinct- If I seem like a nice man, why did you go out of your way to belittle and bully me and call me an idiot? You knew that went against your better judgement. Next time, listen to it.

            A woman has a right to voice her opinion without being bullied or sexually harassed. And yes, I did rushed to Sarah Palin’s defense as well when she was slandered, bullied and/or sexually harassed. So, you guessed WRONG. But most of the assumptions you have made about me are generally unflattering and incorrect. So at least you are consistent. But people thinking Sarah Palin is a quitter, a poor politician or regularly foolish is not harassment. Tina Fey did a spot-on parody. Some of Maher and Letterman’s jokes have gone beyond the bounds of good taste. But, you will recall,Letterman was forced to recant and deeply apologize for his most tasteless and off-color joke. And Bill Maher has a history of saying outrageous things. That is why the public organized a BOYCOTT against Bill Maher. Maher, he was CANCELED from Commercial Broadcasting, and forced to regroup on a subscription service. It’s time for Rush Limbaugh to follow the lead of Howard Stern and BIll Maher, and move his tasteless attempts at humor to a subscription service like XM Sirius Satellite Radio or HBO Cable TV. Bill Maher’s tasteless humor is sponsored DIRECTLY by his audience, by HBO subscribers. I’m not one of them, so I feel less responsible for Maher’s tasteless humor. That’s what his subscribers tune in for. It’s time for Rush Limbaugh to get EXACTLY the same treatment Bill Maher has received from the general public. Rush should be on a subscription service that I don’t subscribe to! And, unlike Rush Limbaugh, Letterman’s apology was sincere and contrite.

            People still parrot even the things that Rush admitted were LIES! Even in these comments, people refer to Ms. Fluke as a “slut” and “whore.” Maybe it’s because they realized that Rush’s apology wasn’t sincere.

            If you know how twitter works, then you know that Ms. Fluke was NOT “Addressing the Nation,” but pointing out an interesting article to her smaller group of friends and fans. Feel free to continue to think for yourself, and please continue to voice those opinions civilly, Generally it’s polite to assume the BEST of people when you really don’t know them, and try to minimize personal insults and assumptions. They rarely reflect as much about the other person, as they do about the quality of the person you are yourself.

            You assume that Sandra Fluke will never have children. But she is engaged to be married. And she is young. There is time. Her tweet was not a personal attack on how YOU are raising YOUR son. She said it was how “WE” are raising boys. (Ms. Fluke is assuming the blame and responsibility as much as anyone.) Name ONE mass shooting that has been perpetrated by a woman. I can’t think of ONE! Most of these shootings are done by MEN and boys. And many of them (most?) are in the USA. WE obviously need to look at how WE are raising our boys. I honestly don’t see why you took so much offense from such a common sense and innocuous statement as, “another contributing factor: how we raise boys.”

          • wwbdinct

            Oh my goodness. Just saw your reply to me here on Xmas morning. Re: your first paragraph. I said you seemed like a nice man. Point me to where in my reply to you where I called you an idiot, belittled or bullied you. Please point me to where I said that because I can’ find it. If anything, you belittled me by your explanation of how Twitter works. No matter.
            You say you did jump to Palin’s defense and then went on a long winded attack against her. Typical. I was not just referring to Maher or Letterman but to just about everyone on the left who attacked her and still to this day do. I don’t think any woman in the history of this country has been more maligned than Sarah Palin. You guys couldn’t just disagree with her politically, you had to make sure you demeaned and demonized her to the point where half the country rabidly hates her and for what purpose?

            While it may be true that women do not perpetrate mass shootings (one I can think of is the girl who, back in the 80’s, decided she “didn’t like Mondays” and shot up a whole bunch of elementary school kids who were on their way into school) many of them do decide to murder their own children and do it in the most heinous ways imaginable. Women of all races do this, BTW… not just white woman. The examples I can cite would be too numerous to list here. What are we to make of women who do this? Does it make it any less horrific?
            I find Fluke repulsive. That is my opinion and my right to say so. I didn’t want to engage in hostile debate but your nasty and vitriolic reply back to me suggests that you, as a lefty, just can’t help yourself. Your defense of this 30 year old helpless child is actually laughable to me. Either way, I’m done with this thread. Feel free to reply to be belittle me further. I know where you stand – you know where I stand. You won’t change my mind and frankly I really don’t care. Merry Xmas!

        • Lady_Penguin

          “She became a celebrity for the stalwart, dignified, intelligent, charming and incredibly media savvy way…” Oh my goodness, a champion for Ms. Fluke! Spare us.

          As a woman, I considered Ms. Fluke to be exactly what Rush thought, and I didn’t need a talk show host to tell me. There once was a time when girls and young women were taught to act like a lady, and you’ll always be treated like one. Act like something else, well you can fill in the rest…

          Sandra Fluke was and is an embarrassment to decent women everywhere. At first I was sickened just thinking about how her parents would feel – knowing their daughter was out there talking about birth control and using it, and obviously not concerned at all about being married…Then someone pointed out that her parents (albeit we don’t know for sure), could have raised her to be like this…

          Nothing stalwart, dignified, or charming about her. Intelligent yes, and well versed in leftist philosophy, absolutely. “Incredibly media savvy” of course, that’s why she is a radical feminist activist, she’s been doing it for years. Likely going to spend her life doing it.

          • Russ Rogers

            Lady Penguin- Sandra Fluke is engaged to be married. So obviously, she is concerned with being married. She has been romantically involved with the same man for eight years. She is not promiscuous. She discussed contraception publicly, but she has NEVER mentioned anything about her personal sex life. So you are just making assumptions about what it might be like. How often do you assume things about people, just so you can cast judgement on them?

            Sandra Fluke’s father is a Methodist Minister. So lets just assume her raised a fine, upstanding, honorable young woman. It’s always best to assume the best about people.

            And you say “radical feminist activist” like there is something WRONG with that! Ha! Sandra Fluke has already done a great deal in the area of protecting women from domestic violence and human trafficking! It’s important work. It’s nice knowing someone as smart, accomplished and kind as Sandra Fluke wants to do it!

            BTW, why have Republicans been blocking the Re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act?

  • lainer51

    “How we exploit 31 y/o, classless, no-children women asking for free birth control on behalf of POTUS” is contributing factor to moronic society.

  • TocksNedlog

    The Emasculatrix hath spoken.

  • sleazyrider

    I actually had a lady chastise me for opening a door for her…she let me know that she did not need me for that…I was shocked as she wasn’t that far behind me and it would have shut in her face. I do the same regardless of gender out of common courtesy….This happened many years ago and I’ve never forgotten it.

    • wwbdinct

      I teach my son to do the same thing – unless he’s certain it’s a lefty female!

      • Ella Halligan

        I teach my son to do the same thing… and if he gets crap for it to smile sweetly and say, “You’re welcome, ma’am”. That always gets their knickers in a knot!

    • Hiraghm

      I’ve had that happen… once I responded, “That’s what made it such a kind gesture on my part”.

      • SpinMeNot

        My usual response is “well, bless your heart, you are welcome regardless.”

    • Lisa Dean

      That’s happened to me on a few occasions. I became so angry at this group of “ladies” who told me they didn’t like for the door to be held open for them that I told them “You surely didn’t mind walking your *sses through the held open door now did you”. Common decency and courtesy is a dying art in our country but to get angry because someone’s trying to be nice is just down right pathetic.

  • Justin Case

    How “WE” raise boys? Isn’t this the birth control pill queen? Have some of your own kids honey. Raise them as you see fit. But stay the F out of my family. OK?

    • MoxieLouise

      “We” as in the collective, Socialistic, your business is my business point of view.

  • holygoat

    Sandra’s conclusion is correct, even if the route she took to arrive at it is completely incorrect.

  • Bigeddie173

    White male privilege my ass! Go ahead and tell my wife I’m the boss. :-) Men need to be men. Quit trying to feminize us.

  • JackBlair

    She’s right, but not for the reasons she thinks. We raise boys today to be wusses, teach them that “Sharing is Caring!” – so they wait passively for someone to “share” (and thus “care”). When the promise is not forthcoming, what’s a boy to do, but go back to the place he was taught such nonsense and clean house? He seeks “closure,” a “path to healing,” if you like.

    Individual aspiration has been disparaged for the past 40 years in the schools. Everyone’s part of the pack – this has created monsters among us.

  • reshas1

    Ef her.. The way to raise decent boys is to have the boy in the 1st place, 2nd, to have a strong family unit..
    If she has a boy, she would probably raise him gender neutral and he will end up being a whacked out killer.

  • Hiraghm

    The most hopeful thing I’ve seen in quite awhile… is the WOMEN’s comments to this article. These women “get it”. Which means there’s hope for the *next* generation!

  • MrApple

    Fascinating, if we bring up the possibility of a lack of a father being a contributing factor in the steady crime rate of urban youth (that’s code for black) then it’s racist. But it’s not racist to announce that white men are frightened and disoriented as they lose their authoritative grip on American society. Lets be honest with ourselves, when ever the color of someone is used as a defining factor then the element of racism is present. I don’t think that any color truly matters in this country but that of “Green”. If you have enough “Green” then all doors are open to you and the world is yours for the taking, no matter what your actual skin color.

  • radicallyalyssa

    My father taught me to be a strong, independent woman, but both my parents also taught me to find a MAN. This is a country of whiners, now. What used to make us stronger is not advocated against. We used to allow bullying to make children learn to toughen up, but now we punish the bullies and coddle the “victims.” Whatever. Stop being a bunch of vaginas.

  • $1014973

    How lovely. More commentary from some idiot who has no authority to lecture anyone on anything, yet there she is again. Is this the best the lefties can throw out there? Some dingbat who’s never done anything other than be a student and professional agitator.

  • San Arnold

    Please explain to me how the fluke Fluke is so knowledge to have discourse about everything. LMAO!!!! She is true puke material.

  • LochGates44

    Who the heck is Sandra Fluke to judge how anyone raises their children?

  • Glen Foster

    “But the fact remains that in this country white men have long ruled – in
    public and private life. They continue to dominate government and media
    even as the nature of families and private life has evolved over time.
    No one likes to lose power. Losing power is hard and unpleasant,
    frightening and disorienting.”

    This is pure projection from a female perspective. No man thinks this way. Take the word ‘power’ and replace it with RIGHTS. Men have been stripped of their RIGHTS by women and the government. And that’s all we wanted like anyone else.

  • toreilly

    Just what the country needs… more leftist leftist girly-boys.

  • SpinMeNot

    I’m late to the party as usual … by the time I get called in, it is usually just a clean up.

    I’ve not committed an act of violence in anything except self defense since 05 August 1985. I’ve seen more violence than most folks around here, I suspect there are a few that have seen more. I was raised in a fashion that would make modern parents cringe with disgust. I was raised to ask myself, “What would your Father in Heaven say, what would your father on earth do?”

    I long ago came to terms with who I am, and what I’ve done. I love God, I love my wife, I love my country, in that order. Duty, Honor, Country. God, Wife, Country, Family. The mission comes first, never stop fighting. I’ve seen some fairly moving posts from several of you. I’ll add my customary hat-tips as appropriate.

    For the record; Ms. Fluke can kiss my wrinkled patriotic ass.

  • irishsmile

    This gal can’t get herself around any idea that isn’t gender related!

  • DaleVM14W

    She just needs to get a job or better yet barefoot and pregnant.

  • Ryan Miles

    Why in the world is this woman a voice at all? Who the hell is she, and why does any one care what she thinks? Maybe I should complain about not being able to afford condoms and then more people would care what I have to say. How does that make sense?

  • anjullyn

    I think she needs to STFU because she’s raised nothing but her voice.

  • cindy

    We admit that ads influence children when it comes to smoking WHY don’t we admit that hollywood and game makers glorify violence to children way more that the NRA does! Article title: Cigarette Ads Do Spur Teens to Light Up, Study Finds

  • cindy

    Maybe “white men” need to petition to be a “protected class”

  • Fred Pelrine

    Isn’t it great that this promiscuous woman is giving advice on how to raise boys, since she will probably (hopefully) never give birth to one, with the government paying her to abort her children.

  • notenoughtime

    Our family consists of 4 males, my husband and 3 sons who are all white. Can tell you that we can see the damage PC liberal thinking has done to them as early as elementary school and in the work place. The love, peace and togetherness crowd do not know how to handle issues unless they can label someone a “victimizer”. There are far too few males teachers that our boys can look to in elementary school. They are not allowed to run and get out their energy during recess. It is sad to see what I call the wall of shame at recess that it full of boys who may have done something as little as standing to close to their friend or pretending to act out karate. As the mother of a daughter, too, our boys are wired differently and they should not be forced to be anyone other than who they are. The push to mainstream a lot of the boys who clearly have issues has also not served anyone well. As usual, the ill effects fall back on families that cannot access mental health for their children because the ACLU has made it next to impossible for those to commit “unvoluntarily” until they harm themselves or someone else. This mindset has led to far too many of our males resorting to these mass shootings. Enough already! Let’s quit blaming race and gender and allow our children to be who they are without harsh repercussions that are never based on facts. Let’s help those who need help and not force them live in a world that they cannot handle. Let’s allow what makes boys, boys shine through and not be manipulated to fit an agenda.

  • DANEgerus

    said the non-mother marrying the billionaire

  • Dane Gunderson

    Obviously we all misunderstood… she meant boys will get a raise out of “free” condoms, well, free in that somebody else pays for them, and won’t need penis compensators like her billionaire boy toy does.

  • RowdyRepublican

    I hope Sandra you are blessed with lots of children, and that you will then see how no matter what you do as a parent sometimes is not enough to control a child’s will. Case in point…the way you were raised was not to go and beg for free birth control and make racist “white” comments.

  • Guest

    WTH is that chick smoking? !!!

  • Guest

    This coming from a perpetual college student who at 30 cannot even manage to buy her own birth control that cost no more than a weeks worth of Starbucks and from someone who hasn’t the faintest idea what it is to raise a child much less to be a “white” male.. Much less a male. Men don’t need to be brow beat anymore but especially from some mindless little self serving no account little twit who has the life experience of ZERO. Men, have been brow beat long enough by the likes of people like her. I prefer my men not to act like a woman thank you very much.. Again, I ask. WTH is this chick smoking?

  • Yonderthehill

    “Single” progressive feminists like Sandra Fluke are the reason why America is declining and crumbling apart. They hate the USA, good American men, and loving families that much.

  • Paul Wesley Adams

    Agreed unwed mothers statistically raise boys very poorly.

  • Mrs. Tiggiwinkel

    You know, reading a post before commenting on it is not required, but it is extremely helpful.

  • SideshowJon36

    This should be the motto of the internet