Men Yell at Me

Men Yell at Me is a Substack featuring a mix of personal and political commentary, focusing on issues like gender roles, societal expectations, liberation movements, and current events. It combines humor with critique, addressing topics from women's rights to the politics of resentment, and spotlighting 'Dingus of the Week.'

Gender Roles and Liberation Societal Expectations Politics and Current Events Women's Rights and Reproductive Health Media and Journalism Personal Growth and Relationships Humor and Critique Art and Creation Parenting and Family Dynamics

Top posts of the week

And their main takeaways
492 implied HN points 21 Feb 24
  1. Bitterness is often used to dismiss messages of pain or betrayal, shifting focus from blame-worthy behavior to the person expressing the pain.
  2. Bitterness, like anger, is a morally neutral emotion, and how it is used can determine its impact - as a cudgel to brush off ideas or as a force for uniting people.
  3. Swallowing bitterness can give clarity and power, enabling one to keep writing and speaking out against injustice.
357 implied HN points 23 Feb 24
  1. The 'Dingus of the Week' is Nic Pizzolatto for his reactions to the TV show True Detective's latest season, which featured indigenous women and received criticism from him.
  2. Some recent positive highlights include a strippers' bill of rights, a stingray in North Carolina who reproduced without a mate, and Beyonce becoming the first Black woman to top the country charts.
  3. Celebrating personal victories, like having a book published, can be surprisingly down-to-earth, even involving mundane tasks and moments with loved ones.
163 implied HN points 25 Feb 24
  1. The book 'This American Ex-Wife' has sparked conversations about love, marriage, and relationships in American society.
  2. The author has received mixed feedback - from angry men questioning her views to women thanking her for the impact of her book on their lives.
  3. The author's book was reviewed by various publications and sparked discussions on important topics like divorce, marriage, and feminism.