Category Archives: In-depth commentary for the serious activist

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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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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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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Why affirmative action has failed black families

“Women are the only ‘oppressed’ group…to be born into the middle class and upper class as frequently as the ‘oppressor.’” Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Senate Judiciary on the VAWA

If feminists don’t take women’s violence and abuse as seriously as we take men’s, why should men take women’s opinions as seriously as we take men’s? Continue reading

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The Greater Outrage for Female Victims of Governments’ Brutality Perpetuates Risk to Both Sexes

The international community must express an equal outrage for male victims of atrocities and other abuses. Continue reading

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An in-depth look at women’s “pay equity”

“When a man working as a general laborer on a union construction job can support a family, yet a woman working as a waitress or a cashier cannot, we see a problem….” This vision largely explains the impetus behind pay equity. Continue reading

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Women’s advocates wrong about why more women die of heart disease than men

Even at very old ages, men die of heart disease at a higher rate than women. At age 85 and above, although more females than males succumbed to the disease in 2003, 5,621 males died per 100,000 population vs. 5,126 females. Continue reading

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The media’s unfair reporting on the sexes’ war risk and sacrifice

Increasingly, journalists’ rule appears to be this: Even if only one female troop — or just one nurse — falls in a war that slaughters thousands of men, report “thousands of men and women killed. — or even better, thousands of women and men.” Continue reading

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Would the World be Better If Women Ran It?

“Every few years someone writes a book, publishes a study, or simply drops a quote suggesting what a kinder, gentler, less competitive, more collaborative, less power-crazed, and fundamentally more ethical place Washington would be if only the gals were in charge.” [This commentary updated often.] Continue reading

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