CONTACT

JudgyBitch is an excellent panelist and guest blogger.

please contact

becauseyoudontknowshit@gmail.com

for any further inquires.

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

For rape threats and wishes for us to die, please go fuck yourself.

All the best,

PPP

69 Responses to “CONTACT”

  1. Izanpo April 28, 2013 at 21:44 #

    Thank you for being awesome! We need to clone you.

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  2. Rowena May 5, 2013 at 22:20 #

    Hi,
    Is there a way to “unsubscribe” from this blog? Thanks

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  3. DONNIE CLAYTON BARBER May 17, 2013 at 03:00 #

    I’M JUST A OLD MAN OF 62 AND I’M A VIETNAM VET. PART INDIAN AND DISABLED. THE BLACK GANGS ARE STALKING YOUNG KID AND LADIES TO RAPE THEM. ALSO YOU HAVE MUSLIM GANGS,WITCHCRAFT GANGS,ACORN GANGS,POLICE GANGS

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  4. Jake May 24, 2013 at 01:07 #

    I saw your video about the culture of rape. I wholeheartedly agree with you. Thank you for intimating that not all men are jerks, nor are we all idiots. Without igniting a fire storm of controversy, you can read all the books on relationships ever written. What follows is everything they’ve ever had to say – amalgamated to one sentence: All of us, men and women alike, want the same thing; to be treated with simple dignity and respect. Jake.

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  5. Pete May 30, 2013 at 20:02 #

    Louis C.K. is a COMEDIAN. Comedy is not going to be authentically or historically 100% correct…he’s trying to make a point-that’s it. Please don’t overthink it.

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  6. oldpolopony June 6, 2013 at 20:21 #

    II love your story. Why I’m wondering. Perhaps to get your reaction. I wonder if it was what facebook and whomever else expected. Boo hoo is a great answer and a pity party for you too then Mr.and Mrs.facebook and all your children too. Facebook is just another vainglorious American institution keeping more and more riff raff like you out so that they can continue to indoctrinate the people to be as they preach through their policies and the opinions of its members. They had to fire some buckshot at you to make bigshots out of themselves and to take down a “giant” like you. Everybody’s out to get you when your number one and they’ve proven it through their attempt to get you. They’re just another arm of the American propaganda machine. A bunch of sleezy gun slingers like in the old west days of total lawlessness in early America. I say the same as you fuck you facebook and fuck you America too. Peace

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  7. Steve July 7, 2013 at 19:13 #

    Can you make a article on single mothers because I honestly believe they are slowely destroying the working class and lower class, and also destroying the traditional family unit that helps society function properly. I come from a poor working class background and have expierenced this first hand….most single mothers do not give a flying fucking shit about their kids.

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  8. Alison August 2, 2013 at 11:01 #

    In Queensland, under the Criminal Code, you can lodge a private action if the police aren’t interested in pursuing the perpetrator. I’d imagine that you can do the same in NSW. If you are interested, contact me on the email I left and I’ll do a little research on the form/process that you need to take. These matters are usually heard in the magistrates court, so court costs are low. I’m a student by the way, In case you thought I was trying to make money off you!

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  9. Harry August 9, 2013 at 11:42 #

    Hey JB thought u might wanna take a look at this – jezebel.com/5783918/female-favoritism-at-mit

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  10. Harry August 9, 2013 at 13:35 #

    This one makes me sick . . ozconservative.blogspot.in/2012/02/swedish-feminists-men-must-sit-with.html

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  11. tm August 31, 2013 at 13:59 #

    I thought JB might enjoy this. A victim of patriarchal opression traveling the world:

    http://www.salon.com/2013/08/27/dangers_of_traveling_while_female/

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  12. Osiris Fox September 3, 2013 at 07:01 #

    Please marry me!!! Ha ha…. like you’ve never heard that one before.

    You’re writing is so enjoyable and funny. But the message is loud and clear. Keep at it.

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  13. Peach Fuzz September 3, 2013 at 19:43 #

    I enjoy the positive things you have to say about femininity, so I figured you’d enjoy ripping this article a new one:

    http://www.xojane.com/issues/women-and-girls-dont-need-to-be-told-to-be-nicer

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  14. Jimmy Stewart September 9, 2013 at 04:19 #

    this is superb, well done

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  15. The Political Hat September 23, 2013 at 01:11 #

    You on Twitter?

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  16. judgybitch September 23, 2013 at 01:48 #

    @judgybitch1

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  17. Brian Boru October 2, 2013 at 14:53 #

    JB, here’s some delightful crap to entertain you. Apparently we men are responsible for making women grumpy, and we should just die off. And this in a conservative newspaper. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/10347461/Its-men-who-make-women-grumpy.html.

    Quote: “Male longevity has a lot to answer for.”

    “When I was a kid, and maybe since time immemorial, the thing that women could look forward to was this: the old man shuffled off this mortal coil. And women could finally live.”

    The comments are having none of it. “Miserable old bat” just about sums it up.

    Oh jeez, I think I’m going to throw up, have to run to the bathroom… bye!

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  18. Anon October 13, 2013 at 00:18 #

    Hi Judgy Bitch!

    I really like your blog. You make me feel like I can do it – AND NO I DO NOT MEAN YOUGOGIRLISM
    I wish I had a mom like this.
    But…you give me hope that I can be a good mom even if I had one who was devoid of femininity.

    Best Regards from the Sunshine State 🙂

    Anon

    P.S. When the kids leave the house, I really recommend taking yourself +hubby to an all-inclusive. If you go to a kid-free one they’re actually really nice (and NO I’m not against kids at all I like them and most likely want them some day).

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  19. clwalcott October 16, 2013 at 05:06 #

    http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2013/10/sexual_assault_and_drinking_teach_women_the_connection.html – the more one thinks of this “a woman intoxicated by definition cannot give consent” the more insane it becomes…

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  20. Emme December 30, 2013 at 14:03 #

    THANK YOU!!! I am in a very loving relationship, and have been for almost 3 years. My boyfriend always said he did not mind I worked long hours, did not cook and hardly ever cleaned. I figured everything was fine. And then I started reading your blog.

    Now I make sure I am home in tim to cook him a healthy and tasty meal every day, I clean the house, make sure he knows his friends are always welcome because no, I am not too tired from working all day to be pleasant and make the some snacks.

    Read the scond sentence again, right after the big thank you. Boy, was I wrong. What I am experiencing now, is an actual loving relationship. The way he looks at me. The way he touches me. The way he talks about me to his friends. Oh, and the looks I am getting from the girlfriends of those friends. Ha. I wanted to be loved for more than my looks (not trying to brag, I am no supermodel, but do enjoy some nice genetic advantages), and I am now. I feel it every day. And guess what? Taking on a more nurturing role has given a new depth in the way I love my man as well. I am happier than before every day, all day. Yeah, I have degrees, and a promising career, but I want to be a mother in the future. Mind my words: a mother. Not a woman who has kids.

    I have never, ever experienced a sense of pride, fullfillment, security and joy like this before. Can’t wait to get married and start a family. And now that he feels secure about my abilities to take care of a family, neither can he.

    Thank you, JB. It could have been to late for me, it almost was.

    (English is not my first language)

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  21. chris January 15, 2014 at 11:54 #

    Fantastic blog, as a young man the amount of feminist bs that comes across social media is pretty depressing. The shares, the likes…Comment or have one view not in line and you will get attacked, say anything that the feminists disagree with and they will scream misandry, sexism.

    It’s way too often a have your cake and eat it too attitude and young men are getting pretty sick of it.

    I don’t want to know what would happen if I shared some of your articles on FB. Be a nice experiment though.

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  22. Kit Kat January 21, 2014 at 03:44 #

    Thank you, and sorry for sending the email anyways!

    Heeh

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  23. Ferrum Itzal April 7, 2014 at 12:46 #

    Love to hear your take on “rinsing” men. I’m not sure who I despise more, the men or the women. Are the women whores…. or are they just honest? Is this a symptom of a larger problem? Are the men beaten down and broken?

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  24. Jon April 15, 2014 at 17:12 #

    Calling Out Mansplainers Isn’t the Same as ‘Silencing’ Men
    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/anne-theriault-/mansplaining_b_5150321.html

    Your thoughts?

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  25. Suresh April 23, 2014 at 14:34 #

    Janet:
    Could you compile your writings into an electronic book and sell it?

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  26. judgybitch April 23, 2014 at 19:58 #

    I don’t know. An interesting idea

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  27. 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!

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

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

    http://thefeministbreeder.com/explaining-white-privilege-broke-white-person/

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

    Hey JB, check this out: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/378310/crying-rape-j-delgado

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

    I think you’ll like this one too:

    http://takimag.com/article/misogyny_among_the_fairer_sex_jim_goad#axzz32T16wcTs

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  31. 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!

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  32. 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??

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  33. 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.

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

    Just read this by you:

    http://www.avoiceformen.com/gynocentrism/murderer-kills-6-men-and-2-women-cause-misogyny/

    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/

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  35. judgybitch June 14, 2014 at 14:07 #

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

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  36. 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. 🙂 ❤

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  37. judgybitch June 15, 2014 at 11:50 #

    You can try these links:
    http://www.kdads.ks.gov/
    http://www.k4a.org/
    http://www.kacil.org/
    http://www.silck.org/index.htm
    http://www.kcdcinfo.com/
    http://www.drckansas.org/
    http://www.acmhck.org/
    http://www.nami.org/MSTemplate.cfm?Site=NAMI_Kansas
    http://www.nami.org/MSTemplate.cfm?Site=NAMI_Kansas

    The City Union Mission offers services specifically for men and might be a good place to start

    http://www.cityunionmission.org/services/mens-services/

    They have a learning center and career development services just for men. You can reach them at (816) 566-5085.

    May the road rise up to meet you. I hope you find the help you need, and I’m sorry things are tough for you right now.

    JB

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  38. 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.”

    http://www.ivillage.ca/relationship/feminist-fake-number-hotline

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  39. 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.

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

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

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  41. 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 🙂

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  42. 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.

    Francis

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  43. 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:)

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  44. 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.

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  45. 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!

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  46. 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.

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  47. 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.

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  48. 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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  49. David October 1, 2014 at 13:48 #

    Janet,

    Have you seen this story? I think it’s very, very telling when the Thunder Bay police officer refers to the accuser as “Victim.” Nothing’s been proven in court yet she’s already a victim..

    Comments have been closed on this story. Gee… I wonder why.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/universities-under-pressure-to-combat-sexual-misconduct-on-campus-1.2781455

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  50. The English Git (@EnglishToff) October 10, 2014 at 07:05 #

    Deeyamn, you’re suspended. Most likely it was femslime and her slavering cultists. btw, I think the program used to fake that tweet is the same one femfreq used to fake many of her threats. It’s on http://lemmetweetthatforyou.com/

    Hope to see you tweeting again soon! (there should be “Get Unsuspended Soon” cards)

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  51. Eric October 12, 2014 at 07:30 #

    please come back to twitter. The batshit insane feminists are running amok and your intelligence and badassery would be greatly appreciated.

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  52. J.T. October 14, 2014 at 15:56 #

    I stumbled upon your blog while looking for something that had nothing to do with feminism, let alone anti-feminism, for that matter…. But I wanted to let you know that as a father of three and a husband to an awesome chick, you need to continue doing what you are doing, because there is a lot of truth in the words you speak(type). Keep up the good work, I will now be following you and your posts from this day forward. Thanks/// Sum-Randumb-Guy

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  53. Lawrence October 18, 2014 at 08:53 #

    I have been following the Bloomfield Express for some time now. The Twitter thing is a minor glitch. I would like to leave you with a quote from Margaret Thatcher.

    ‘I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding
    because I think, well, if they attack one personally,
    it means they have not a single political argument left.’

    Keep going.

    Lawrence

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  54. Wallace Black November 8, 2014 at 13:37 #

    I bring this to your attention ma’am: http://jezebel.com/should-we-stop-putting-women-in-prison-1656085733

    Women criminals shouldn’t be in prison because they are special snowflakes by virtue of being women.

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  55. Richard Sanford November 22, 2014 at 21:40 #

    JB, is there a way to search your comments? I commented on something a while back and can’t remember which article I commented on. You wrote a thoughtful reply to my comment, and I’d like to write a reply to your reply.

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  56. judgybitch November 22, 2014 at 21:52 #

    There is. When I get home I’ll message you.

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  57. Richard Sanford November 24, 2014 at 12:16 #

    Thank you

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  58. Richard December 3, 2014 at 02:45 #

    I stumbled on your site from a link on another site, and wow…someone else who gets it. I’ve been deeply suspicious of feminism, how it took a radical turn and veered off course sometime after the 1970s. These so called “feminists” make the claim of being equal and progressive in the 21st century, but want the chivalry of the 19th century, when women were chattel. These are mutually exclusive, and too many women don’t get this. This is no different that modern political issues, which the majority of the population don’t get either. I really understand your angst; trying to teach people logic is more daunting than trying to teach string theory to a cat (the latter might be easier). Keep up the excellent work. Love your site. Oh, as for the “pay for the first date” article, you are bang on. You should bake her a dozen cunt cakes…just because she is so special and deserving.

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  59. Stef January 5, 2015 at 23:18 #

    Ms. Judgy Bitch- I think I love you. 🙂 I came across your blog by way of a post on Reddit about your Twitter account being banned. I have been an “avid lurker” on the whole Gamergate thing (My BF is a gamer and a huge men’s rights activist) and have been screaming basically what you are writing.
    Because of Gamergate and Men’s Rights sites, I have had my dander been pulled up, my eyes opened and my temper enraged. As a woman, I find all of this vitriol sickening and an embarrassment to my gender. You speak as I think and I am SO glad your Twitter got banned because otherwise I might never have heard of you. 🙂
    Keep up the good work!

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  60. kinder January 20, 2015 at 04:55 #

    I just read you post about cooking for single on a budget. It sounds like a good idea but I think you put the cart before the horse. I was at Canadian Tire today picking up some stuff for my 19yr old son who just moved out. Canadian Tire is a cross between Home Depot and Wal-Mart.

    Here is a list that is needed before “Cooking for single guys on a budget”

    Kitchen Supplies
    Flatware set of 4
    -Knives
    -Forks
    -Table spoons (large spoons)
    You don’t need anything fancy you can usually pick these up new for under $20 or mismatched from a garage sale <$2 or thrift store <$5 total. In fact, if you eat out you can (wink wink) “borrow” them. Each set comes nicely wrapped in its own napkin.

    Dishes set of 4
    -Dinner plates
    -Soup bowls that can also be used for salad
    -Coffee mugs can also be used for tea and homemade desserts
    -Drinking glasses
    If you have to choose between glasses and mugs, go with the mugs. Glasses can’t handle hot drinks. A mismatched set from garage sale will cost less than $5. You can get matched set from a thrift store for about $15. A set of new Corel, including mugs, will cost you about $40.

    Knives and cutting board
    -10” knife
    -Paring knife to peel potatoes and some kinds of fruit
    -Cutting board should be as big, corner to corner, as your knife
    You can get cutting boards at garage sales or thrift store cheap for about $2 or new for about $8. You’ll lose your damage deposit if you cut up the kitchen counter. Knives are another story. You can get a high quality knife used at a garage sale, get it, and invest the $5 in a professional knife sharping. If not, go to the key and knife store and pick up a decent knife for around $40 and sharpener for under $10.

    Pots and pans
    -10” fry pan with lid
    -4 quart pot or sauce pot with lid
    Pans. Modern technology is Teflon. Go ahead and get one but never buy used teflon. You can get them new as cheap as low $20. You can also get a cast iron cheap for less than $5 at garage sale. Most people are happy to get rid of cast iron at garage sales so $5 is high. Cast iron lasts forever and works well if you have to put it in the oven. Get both if you can. It can become a heirloom to your great-great-great Grandchildren.
    Pots. I call a 4 quart pot a medium size pot. It’s a big pot for a can of soup. If you’re making homemade soup or sauce the pot is a bit small. It is a compromise. Besides tea water, for that special date, will boil faster. The next size down is barely big enough for a can of soup. The heavier the better. Garage sale or thrift store, less than $5. New, a decent pot will cost about $20. A complete set of pots can be over $80.

    Utensils
    -Spatula
    -Peeler
    For spatulas go with plastic. It won’t hurt your Teflon pan. A knife just doesn’t cut it as a spatula, trust me, I’ve tried. Cost, if you talk fast you can get it thrown in for free at the garage sale with the sale of the cast iron frying pan. The peeler, go with new because they are cheap and you can’t sharpen a used one. You can get one for under $5 at the knife store.

    Cooking and Baking
    -Pizza pan
    -8X8 baking pan
    Enough said. To start with these 2 can handle anything from Costco you have to cook in the oven, including, stuffed chicken breasts, poppers, brownies, or cookies. Used they are under $5 and new they are worth $10 each, just stay away from Teflon for now. Use parchment paper. Besides , who cares if your brownies stick, and a 2 tier, homemade, square birthday cake will impress anybody who knows you. You just have to cook each tier separately. I always thought round birthday cakes as stuck up.

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  61. Hal January 24, 2015 at 06:30 #

    Wow! You unfriended me on facebook? How come? Because I was honest? Very disappointed & thought you of all people appreciated honesty in a man. (shrug) I respect your work & sorry if I offended you somehow.

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  62. judgybitch January 25, 2015 at 15:38 #

    Hal as i replied elsewhere this has happened to others and it’s not me doing it! I am trying to figure out what is going on.

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  63. Matt February 4, 2015 at 21:44 #

    So refreshing. I was starting to worry that there were no women left that thought the way you do. You obviously take joy in the fact that men and women are absolutely different and equally amazing in what they can offer those that would accept and reciprocate each others efforts in a relationship. Most women, as you know, refuse to even admit that we’re different much less use their strengths to compliment a man’s strengths for the betterment of the couple. Most men fail to do the same. They exert their dominance by doing what they want without the slightest regard for how it effects the people around them, especially their family. Mr. JB is apparently in some sort of leadership position at work and he sounds like a stand up guy. That being said, I’m sure he would agree that the best way to lead is by example and by making sure those around you have what they need to be successful. That is true in business and at home. That sounds like almost zero men that I come into contact with. They’re out for themselves alone. I grew up in the family business. My whole life has been about hard work, providing and leading. It frustrates me to no end to see the laziness on men and women’s part. I’m a 36 year old white male that owns a masonry construction company, I’m about to parlay the construction business into a second business, sometimes I throw on a toolbelt and get dirty, sometimes I’m in a suit, I’ve written articles that have been published (they were for a masonry trade magazine but I still felt like Hemingway!! Lol), I ride a motorcycle that I built with my own two hands, I scuba dive and I’m getting my pilots license. Not to mention I hunt and fish and all that good stuff. Why am I rambling on about all of this? Because I’ve also been married for 15 years and have a teen and preteen and my wife is an ever loving nightmare. I just hope that when the time comes, the fact that I’m a pretty well rounded, multifaceted guy, will help me find a woman that is worthy and accepting of what I bring to the table as a man. I didn’t think you all existed but since discovering your website the other day, I’m realizing you do.

    P.S.
    Do you have a sister!?!? Ha!

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  64. blockage March 2, 2015 at 20:31 #

    FYI – on WiFi at Target in Poway CA and attempts to connect to judgybitch.com kept hitting some sprint alert thing on their in store WiFi, would not display. ncfm.org was fine. on Westfield WiFi in ‘North County Fair’ mall, you were fine.

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  65. estepheavfm March 24, 2015 at 23:19 #

    Humbly I submit my deepest fantasy. It takes a Judgy soul to rise to the task of executing my Dram Janet Bloomfield article. To wit: “Judgy Bitch’s favorite Champion Black Widow Serial Killers” (sourced from the case collection listed at: “Champion Black Widow Serial Killers”). There are cases involving the serial murder of 4 or more husbands or paramours (murdering 3 husbands is not that special in the Black Widow category. Dime a dozen stuff.) http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com/2011/12/champion-black-widow-serial-killers.html

    Such an article would, in my double-humble opinion be Eye-opening, sensational, shocking and groundbreaking.

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  66. Terry March 29, 2015 at 04:55 #

    I thought you may find the following interesting.. Yesterday, in the state of Victoria, Australia, the premier announced that from now on, all government board positions shall be female dominated.

    I say ‘dominated’ because he wants “at least” 50% women. I actually heard him say it on the news broadcast – he was quite emphatic about it. I may upload it to Youtube.

    Ref: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-28/women-to-make-up-50-pc-of-vic-boards-under-new-rules/6355282

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  67. Rob March 31, 2015 at 03:00 #

    Greetings! Let me first say thank you for your recognition of the U.S. military’s role in protecting the peaceful nations of the world. As an American soldier, it is deeply gratifying to receive affection, rather than hatred and bile, especially from a foreigner. I would like to say that I have personally been tenacious in pointing out the (largely forgotten) role of Canada, our natural ally, in both the Second World War (one of the five Normandy Beaches, for starters) and the late conflict in Iraq.
    But there is something you should know about me: I am married to a fat woman. The horror! I know. She has given me a beautiful, healthy son and will deliver me another child soon. She stays home and does the laundry and dishes while I work. She fucks like a champ and makes herself sexually available to me. Divorce, abortion, and infidelity are horrifying ideas to her. I was her first and last.
    I knew a lot of skinnier, sluttier, postmodern feminist whores while I was in college, women who saw childbearing and family as a sort of slavery to be avoided at all cost. But I married the virtuous fattie. I must be a delusional, self-hating beta male fag! Oh well.
    Lots of Love,
    Tennessee Tanker

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  68. Richard Sanford April 4, 2015 at 00:51 #

    JB, I’d love to hear your take on what’s going on with Harvey Weinstein and Ambra Battilana. If you haven’t heard, summary: Italian model Ambra Battilana has accused film mogul Harvey Weinstein of molesting her. He claims it’s all an extortion attempt. New York Post coverage here.

    http://pagesix.com/tag/ambra-battilana/

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