Monthly Archives: May 2012

Paycheck Fairness Act Proponents Are Only Playing Politics

“Such as ambiguous standard would encourage businesses to adopt rigid, one-size-fits-all compensation practices. That’s bad news for female workers who want to negotiate more flexible job arrangements.” Continue reading

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A Gender Disparity: Females vs. Males Sentenced for the Same Offense

Which sex gets the better treatment by criminal courts? You guessed it! Continue reading

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The Case Against the Paycheck Fairness Act

“The Paycheck Fairness Act looks like common sense, but instead of helping women it will hurt all workers.” Continue reading

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Male leaders who make mistakes are judged more harshly than women in the same situation.

“If the leader is a man making a mistake in a man’s world, he is judged more harshly than a woman making the same mistake in a man’s world.” This is exactly the opposite of what many feminists claim. Continue reading

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Hypocrisy alert: Sens. Murray, Boxer, and Feinstein paid their female staffers less than their male counterparts

“Stiles also reported that the gap was much wider in Sen. Feinstein’s office. On average, female staffers were paid 41 percent less than their male counterparts in 2011.” Continue reading

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Government Interest in Pay Equity Still High, Increased Enforcement Efforts Afoot

This should alarm you: government intervention that smacks of Gestapoism. “In the past, an investigation might be initiated after a charge of discrimination, but now, the EEOC is directly targeting employers for audit.” Continue reading

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Senate Dems Push Pay Fairness Three Years After Obama Declared Victory

“If a bill that supposedly ensures pay equity is already on the books, why are Senate Democrats intent on pushing for another one?” Continue reading

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More Men Enter Fields Dominated by Women

“Young men like Mr. Alquicira have come of age in a world of inverted expectations, where women far outpace men in earning degrees and tend to hold jobs that have turned out to be, by and large, more stable, more difficult to outsource, and more likely to grow.” Continue reading

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Do men use their power to oppress women?

What feminists knew, I suspect, is that the average guy — who represents about 97 percent of the male population — has no more power than the average female and often has less when women’s power in the reproductive world is factored in. Continue reading

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Book description of “Tilting the Playing Field: Schools, Sports, Sex and Title IX”

“But if Title IX has tilted the college playing field, Gavora suggests that its greatest impact on American social life may still lie ahead as the federal bureaucrats, activist judges, and radical feminists who have shaped the statute’s interpretation now seek to expand its reach into sexual harassment and other areas of education where boys and girls have to conform to their notion of ‘gender equity.’” Continue reading

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