Monthly Archives: February 2012

Leading Cancer Killers – a Gender Breakdown

More men would likely die of prostate cancer than women of breast cancer, if men as a group lived as long as women, if men weren’t killed off at higher rates than women by almost all other cancers (as well as by heart disease and stroke). Continue reading

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Chris Brown’s and Rihanna’s Abuse

If beatings of women are on the rise (most ideological feminists will always insist they are), maybe it’s because of the media’s depictions, especially on TV, of women slapping, punching, and kicking men. Continue reading

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Letter to the New York Times: A ‘Teachable Moment’ on Marginalized Male Victims

“Noticeably absent from Mr. Blow’s and others’ commentary was any criticism of the numerous graphic acts of violence — slaps, head butts, kicks, punches — depicted against heterosexual males during the Super Bowl commercials in the interest of humor.” Continue reading

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An open letter to Dr. Phil on the sexes

On daytime TV talk shows, only the sex that expresses its feelings more is allowed to express its feelings more. Continue reading

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The Doctrinaire Institute For Women’s Policy Research: A Comprehensive Look at Gender Equality

Is the Institute For Women’s Policy Research helping “gender equality” — or hindering? Continue reading

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Many feminists say women should always be believed about rape

False rape accusations occur far more often than many feminists admit. Continue reading

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My Personal Experiences in Gender Land

I don’t know about you, but my experiences in genderland do not match those spelled out by feminists and their supplicants in the media. Continue reading

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In movies, dads not treated as equal to moms

What seems to be the result, intended or not, thus far of ideological feminism’s 35-year-old push for “gender equality”? To me, it seems to be this: Ending men’s dominance in the world of work and preserving women’s dominance in the world of children. Continue reading

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Boys falling behind girls in education, experts look for solutions

“In the last three decades, hundreds of federal programs and initiatives have been created to help girls continue and finish their education. But no such programs exist for boys….” Continue reading

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Should “men are stronger” bar women from combat roles?

The strongest men are stronger than the strongest women, and the weakest women are weaker than the weakest men, but in between are legions of men and women who are strength equals. Continue reading

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