Category Archives: Male “Power” and “Privilege”

“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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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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Stay-at-Home Dad: Why My Wife Is Embarrassed by Me

“The truth is, sometimes my wife is embarrassed that I’m a stay-at-home dad. She is afraid of what people may say or think … about her.” Continue reading

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Women Should Pay More for Health Care

“Women’s costs are higher, and they live longer, yet Obamacare will charge men the same for health-insurance premiums.” Continue reading

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Ladies’ Man

“To be a provider, for oneself and one’s family, to do something useful and to earn, is deeply connected to many men’s sense of self-respect, to their identity as men.” This pertains to black men as much as to white men. Continue reading

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

“More lawsuits from men victimized by this warped notion of gender justice may, if successful, help restore balance. It is no exaggeration to say that this is one of the pressing civil rights issues of our time-one in which the federal civil rights watchdogs are on the wrong side” Continue reading

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Yet more family law gender injustice

Society’s quest for gender equality thus far 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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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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Can men adjust to a changing world?

“What’s going on with boys? Even women are noticing. Hanna Rosin, in her book “The End of Men,” has noticed some disturbing trends.” Continue reading

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