Monthly Archives: June 2011

Missing the manly men on TV

The inherent sexism: “‘We’re showing how guys are growing and maturing and evolving by listening to women more than they traditionally have.’ Does that imply that if women listen to men more than they traditionally have that they are ‘un’-evolving? Interesting.” Continue reading

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Unemployment Can Spell Divorce for Men, But Not Women

“The findings reveal that despite more women entering the workplace, the pressure on husbands to be breadwinners largely remains, according to researchers at Ohio State University.” Continue reading

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Taking Apart the Walmart Sex-Bias Class-Action Lawsuit

Did Wal-Mart discriminate against its female employees? Or did the federal district court ignore important facts and factors bearing on the case, and hence reason incorrectly? Continue reading

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In Making Campuses Safe for Women, a Travesty of Justice for Men

“The new regulations are a declaration of martial law against men.” By Christina Hoff Sommers | June 5, 2011 | The Chronicle American courts take exacting precautions to avoid convicting an innocent person of a crime. It was therefore startling to … Continue reading

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The Most Antimale Sexism Where the Least Should Be

Paul Elam, author of the blog “A Voice For Men,” says in “The Psychology of Hate“: Years back, in another life, I used to teach at seminars and conferences that provided continuing education units for professional re-certification. In one particular … Continue reading

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June is Men’s Health Month

“The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals … Continue reading

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More Sympathy for Mules Than for Males

On early coal mining in the Appalachians: “In the earlier days, to get the coal out, safety wasn’t too much of an issue. The amazing part of it, they valued a mule more than they did a human. If an … Continue reading

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