Category Archives: Feminism

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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Gloria Steinem Represents the Worst of Modern Feminism

“Despite her undeniable talent and charisma, Steinem is practically a poster girl for the gender-war paranoia and the ideological dogmatism that have led the women’s movement down such a destructive path.” Continue reading

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Gender bias a double-edged sword

“Perhaps what we need is not more feminism or more men’s-rights activism, but a gender-equality movement that promotes fairness for both sexes.” Continue reading

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Shouldn’t Sex Differences Cut Both Ways?

“Sadly, in public discussions about gender, sex differences are fair game only when they are to women’s advantage.” Continue reading

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Make fatherhood a man’s choice!

“Women’s freedom to choose parenthood is a reproductive right men do not have but should. In consenting to sex, neither a man nor a woman gives consent to become a parent.” Continue reading

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Mean girls test biases about women

“But the tragedy also reminds us of a basic truth often overlooked in our age of feminist consciousness: human cruelty knows no gender.” Continue reading

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Why men still can’t have it all

“Men in dual-income couples work outside the home eleven more hours a week than their working wives or partners do (forty-two to thirty-one), and when you look at the total weekly workload, including paid work outside the home and unpaid work inside the home, men and women are putting in roughly the same number of hours: fifty-eight hours for men and fifty-nine for women.” Continue reading

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A Classic Text on Gender–And It’s All Wrong (Or: Michael Kimmel is a fraud)

Michael Kimmel is a classic example of a feminist who lies to demonize men. If he is capable of being embarrassed, this commentary should make him turn purple. Continue reading

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Voices of Reason About the Gender Wars

“Male university students, after all, are constantly being informed that they’re potential rapists, that their sex is responsible for virtually all the ills of the world, and that while men are irresponsible and destructive self-seekers, women are communal-minded nurturers and virtuous victims.” Continue reading

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Rigid Campus Feminism: Is It Forever?

“We don’t need a women’s movement demonizing men, nor a men’s movement demonizing women. We need a movement to transition from the rigid roles of the past to more flexible roles for our future.” Continue reading

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