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International study finds heart disease similar in men and women

Heart disease is similar in men and women except for this: In general men incur the disease ten years sooner and die of it at a much higher rate at every age. Continue reading

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‘Ban Bossy’: A Bad Remedy for a Fictional Problem

“Using children as props for adult activism is always a dubious proposition. Using girls as props for activism that schools them in invented victimhood is not feminist advocacy, it’s feminist malpractice.” Continue reading

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Barbara Kay: ‘Rape culture’ fanatics don’t know what a culture is

“From the perspective of the future, this period in America will look like a reign of mass psychosis, like that of the Salem witch trials.” Continue reading

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“War on Women”

“Insurance companies still charge men more for car and life insurance. A survey of car insurance companies found that the cheapest policy for a woman cost 39 percent less than for a man. A 60-year-old woman pays 20 percent less than a man for a 10-year life insurance policy. Seventy-year-old women pay half as much as men. I don’t hear activists complaining about men paying too much. The ‘victim’ propaganda works only when women pay more.” Continue reading

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Rape culture and the delusions of the feminist mind

“Likewise, if the risk of sexual assault on campus were truly one in five – to take the “conservative” estimate – no parent in their right mind would send their daughter to coed universities.” Continue reading

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Stroke and Cardiovascular Stats

Cardiovascular disease strikes men harder until they start falling from the other 12 leading causes of death. But they fall from heart disease at a higher rate at every age. Continue reading

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Obamacare’s unequal treatment of young men

Democrats always know which gender of the bovine to gore. Continue reading

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Sentence First, Verdict Afterward: The Obama Administration’s Continued War On Men

“But then came modern feminism, and in particular its foundational conviction, dating back at least to Susan Brownmiller’s Against Our Will (1975), that the prospect of sexual assault by men is a defining feature of the oppression of women for which male-dominated society generally, not just individual offenders, should take the rap.” Continue reading

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Is There a Cyber War on Women?

“To demand special protection on the grounds of women’s particular vulnerabilities is to turn female disempowerment into a self-fulfilling prophecy. When we casually assume that a woman suffers more harm from a nasty (or even sexually threatening) online comment than a man does from, say, castration threats and gibes about pedophilia or jeers about the death of his infant child, we’re not only being callous to men but upholding the very stereotypes of ‘the weaker sex’ that feminists supposedly deplore.” Continue reading

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Sexual assaults on college campuses: Two reports

It’s true the 1-in-5 statistic does cover a somewhat ambiguous set of situations: It was based on a 1985 survey that asked women this question: “Have you had sexual intercourse when you didn’t want to because a man gave you alcohol or drugs? If the college experience were in fact the tsunami of violence that the feminists proclaim, leading to widespread emotional dysfunction—a dysfunction nowhere in evidence among increasingly dominant female college graduates—there would have been a stampede to create single-sex schools where girls could study in safety.” Continue reading

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