Inclusivity has always been a central feature of Sesame Street. Part of this, nearly from the beginning, involved an established couple in an alternative lifestyle. At the time, that made it the most cutting edge children’s show of all in terms of diversity. That makes it all the more problematic that a recent effort to conspicuously keep pace has fallen short of delivering the most progressive messages to a young audience. (more…)
Sesame Street’s Gay Virtue Signaling Doesn’t Keep Up with Progress
Racist Bird and Fish Names: The Niggling Continues
There will come a time when you will no longer be able to behold the simple beauty of a white dove or enjoy a savory plate of whitefish due to these creatures’ undeniable links to the Ku Klux Klan.
In the ongoing stampede to purge history and nomenclature of anything that would remotely suggest there were ever any redeeming qualities to white people, ornithologists and ichthyologists are marching arm-in-arm with entomologists (more…)
Mr. Reagan is not going to make it to the year 1987, I can tell you that much. Now you mark that down.
— Brother Stair, 1987
We don’t reckon time the same way, do we, Clarice?
— Silence of the Lambs
In the final days of the holy Pride Month, the National Football League told the world: “Football is gay.”
The message came in a pro-gay ad released by the macho sports league. The ad also said that: “Football is lesbian;” “Football is queer;” “Football is transgender; “Football is bisexual;” “Football is American;” and “Football is for everyone.” (more…)
Did you know that whites invented homosexuality, transgenderism, rape, lesbianism, feminism, and all other forms of perversion? Neither did I, but my eyes have been opened by the insightful new documentary film Buck Breaking, produced by Tariq Nasheed. It’s the story of how white supremacy sexually objectifies the black man to break his masculine spirit and dominate him. (more…)
I hear it’s that time of year again when woke capital takes time out of its busy schedule to celebrate sexual deviancy and the courage of the gays. As has become customary, I will now use this time to reflect on the past — specifically, the 2001 French comedy Le Placard (The Closet). (more…)
The Evolution of the Anti-War Film, Part One: The Players
Tucker Carlson recently ruffled some feathers for calling WWI “the Iraq War of its day.” I’m not sure what these people were offended by. I think there are just people who get outraged by the things Tucker Carlson says first before coming up with a reason why (more…)
What Could Be Driving Dysgenics in the Black Population?
The Transgender-Industrial Complex
Quakertown, Pennsylvania: Antelope Hill, 2020
“If man will strike, strike through the mask!” — Moby Dick
In March, South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem vetoed House Bill 1217, an act designed to “promote continued fairness in women’s sports” by prohibiting biological men from playing in girls’ sports leagues. (more…)
A devoutly Christian town in southeastern Poland has come under attack for its decision to reject modern values that don’t align with the tenets of its faith. Krasnik, population 35,000, adopted a resolution in 2019 that declared the city “free of LGBT.” (more…)
Can we all secretly agree that they’re all secretly conspiring to publicly drive us all insane?
With so few of us agreeing on anything — and with some of us so conflicted that half the time, we don’t even agree with ourselves (more…)
The 2008 film Milk is a docudrama about America’s first openly gay politician. He served in the city government of San Francisco. (Where else, right?) Harvey Milk’s reputation has grown over the years. The circumstances of his demise turned him into a martyr figure. This overshadows some of his less clever moves, such as his support of Jim Jones. He wasn’t the only liberal politician who looked very silly after the People’s Temple did their final act as a death cult, but still — really, dude? (more…)
Notre Dame des Fascistes, Part III: Excursus on Evola
All this anti-Masonry and TradCath stuff; there was something familiar with all this, until at some point I exclaimed again, “You’ve seen these films before, haven’t you, my man!” It’s Baron Evola’s doppelganger!
Although to be honest, it may have been Will herself who clued me in. (more…)
Notre Dame des Fascistes, Part II: Special Friendships
Notre Dame des Fascistes, Part I: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, & the Joy of Collaboration
Unlikely Collaboration: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, and the Vichy Dilemma (Gender and Culture Series)
New York City: Columbia University Press, 2011
The joy of the body, the most honorable and fecund joy of all, reign[s] in America.
— Bernard Faÿ (more…)
Let us move on to the reign of Benedict XVI, where we will perhaps find cooler, clearer, more Teutonic air — though perhaps with a whiff of the plague air from foretelling death in Venice. For as it turns out, the outstanding cardinal here is the pope himself, the former Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger. (more…)
Trad Queen Story Hour Part II: From Vatican II to John-Paul II
Trad Queen Story Hour Part I: Papa Francesco vs. Steve Bannon’s Army of Cath-Boys
In the Closet of the Vatican: Power, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy
Translated by Shaun Whiteside
New York: Bloomsbury Continuum, 2019
Don’t put make-up on your soul, because the Lord won’t recognize you. Let us ask for this grace, during this Lent: the coherence between formality and the reality, between who we are and how we want to appear. (more…)
The Anita Bryant Story: The Survival of our Nation’s Families and the Threat of Militant Homosexuality
Old Tappan, New Jersey: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1977
The culture wars of the 1970s deserve considerable study. One of the cultural warriors was Anita Bryant. When I saw a used copy of her book denouncing the militant homosexual movement, I snatched it up immediately. (more…)
Quotes from the Naked Lunch film are unreferenced. Quotes from the text have a chapter reference, as page references are different between the various published editions and formats.
Naked Lunch is David Cronenberg’s 1991 adaptation of William Burroughs’ novel of the same name. It is likely as close to a direct adaptation of the novel as possible, given that Naked Lunch is a postmodern piece of fiction with many asides and no clear narrative structure. (more…)
You’re probably all too aware that June is Pride Month.
Everywhere you go, every time you log into social media, and certainly any time you watch TV, you’re browbeaten to celebrate Pride Month. Rainbow flags adorn bars, hotels, and government buildings. The flag may even adorn the products you buy at the store. Every corporate entity makes sure to wish its customers a happy Pride Month. (more…)
The Catholic Church continues to be embroiled in its sex abuse scandal nearly 20 years after it was first revealed.
Last summer reignited the scandal when it was reported that the powerful former Washington archbishop Theodore McCarrick was a serial predator, (more…)
Australian Artists of the Right
Norman Lindsay, Part II
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1)
Homosexuality not conducive to creativity
Norman rejected the faddish view that homosexuality is associated with the creative individual. He regarded homosexuality as “destructive” to the creative impulse, which is based on unisexuality. He stated that the male homosexual is dominated by a split of either all-male or all-female:
The spymaster’s fascist background is just one of the many obstacles in telling the Maxwell Knight story.
One of the oddest television projects now in development is a forthcoming series about master spy Maxwell Knight, the real-life “M” of MI5. (more…)
A Greater Gift than Fight Club?
Chuck Palahniuk’s Adjustment Day
Adjustment Day: A Novel
New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2018
The characters and plot of Chuck Palahniuk’s new novel Adjustment Day are thoroughly grounded in the politics of the New Right.
Here you will find withering parodies of feminism, “diversity,” and political correctness, (more…)
Lost Angels of a Ruined Paradise:
John Lauritsen’s The Shelley-Byron Men
The Shelley-Byron Men: Lost Angels of a Ruined Paradise
Pagan Press, 2017
Ordinarily, I wouldn’t think of reviewing a book on Shelley, Byron & Co.; mainly because I know little about them, other than what used to be generally known among the educated (before English was replaced with gender studies and time off for anti-Trump demos), plus what I read from Camille Paglia. (more…)
In my last article, I discussed the HIV/AIDS epidemic. I pointed out that according to estimates placing the risk of transmission of HIV per act of (1) anal sex (2) without a condom, (3) with someone who is HIV positive at a mere 0.5%, this statistic would entail that “for every single person who catches HIV, there are 200 people having condom-free anal sex with HIV-infected people and getting by just fine.” (more…)
The term “poz” originated as a slang term for “positive,” as in “HIV positive.” There’s a POZ magazine, POZ Personals, and a PozMatch dating site. A California DMV allowed a man in Santa Clara to use “HIV POZ” as his license plate.