Every now and then I find an article that is so horrifically stupid that I can’t resist blasting it on the Tome. Those familiar with the Tome know that sometimes I refer to this as Real Horror, and boy, does this little gem of stupidity earn the label. Apparently, the reason why women do not enter STEM fields is because the scientific method is sexist! … Continue reading ‘Are STEM Syllabi Gendered?’ A Feminist Professor Says Women Can’t Do Science – Hit & Run : Reason.com
You know the trope. The damsel in distress. A trope so old its in ancient lirurature. A trope so pervasive it’s probably in the first oral story ever told. A woman, usually a sexualized hot bodied busty, plump ass, and thunder-thighed sex bomb, running for her life. Horror loves it’s damsels. It loves showing and depicting women as the victim of a murderous rampage, of … Continue reading [Horror Cliche] Woman in Distress Sexist or Tired?
Grand Master Seán Glasheen, author of Melissa’s Hobby, joins Mr. Deadman to discuss his short story (a story that has done so wonderfully on the site), the upcoming anthology, and talk about two subjects his story touches on occult and betrayal. Seán Glasheen is a young man, what could he possibly know about the occult and betrayal? https://www.spreaker.com/episode/8798498 After the interview, there will be a post-show. The Deadman’s … Continue reading Interview with Sean Glasheen – Occult, Oujia Boards, and More
Mr. Deadman offers commentary on Dinner Time by Peter Indianna and asks the tough question just about every man, straight or gay, asks when they find themselves in an unsatisfying relationship. If you’re easily offended, this is not for you. I think Peter’s story is fantastic and conveys the horror of being in a unsatisfying relationship with a vindictive and jealous partner. I apologize for the audio … Continue reading Dinner Time Commentary