"Mr. President, instead of being the biggest bully on the playground, why don't you set a moral example for our children?"
Daily Wire host Andrew Klavan claimed "no women can fight with a sword" on the Thursday edition of his Daily Wire podcast, while complaining that a character on 'The Witcher' fights like a man.
"Read Might Is Right by Ragnar Redbeard," gunman Santino William Legan wrote in an Instagram post before shooting.
The controversial president is well-known for public misogynistic remarks and has confessed to sexual assault.
Critics say racism and misogyny account for the slowdown. "This is an attempt to make fragile white people comfortable," tweeted Charlotte Clymer, a communications representative for the Human Rights Campaign.
One list used a star system to rank female crewmembers by attractiveness, while another included sexual comments next to each woman's name.
After he dismissed her call for Australia to help Assange, the actor said Scott Morrison made "smutty, unnecessary comments about a woman voicing her political opinion."
Police believe Andrey Demenkov may be hiding with a wealthy business associate.
The president claimed the beauty of local women was behind the high rate of rape in Davao City.
"I am sure they meant no harm and that was the boys just being boys," DeeAnn Fitzpatrick's manager said.
He admitted to peeing in her water bottle to investigators—but said it was only because the restaurant was busy.
Reddit has banned r/incels, one of its many communities dedicated to the male experience, because men kept posting rape threats.
We've fawned over their bromance, but they're each more focused on flexing their feminism and encouraging other boys and men to do the same.
What does LinkedIn do about racist, expletive-ridden abuse on its site? Deny it ever happened.
The model featured in Lamar's single "Humble" speaks about the negativity she received from women about her looks and blackness.
"This election sends a message to women across the world that powerful men can sexually assault you and still be elected president."
Classifying misogynistic harassment as a hate crime will make people take it more seriously.
Women in Nottinghamshire encouraged to report misogynist incidents in an effort to tackle sexual harassment.
A question posed by critic Jessica Hopper has sparked a longer conversation about sexism, misogyny and racism in the music industry.