Category Archives: World of Children/World of Work

America’s 10 Deadliest Jobs: Male Dominated

Over the last 20 years, of the tens of thousands of reports, editorials, and commentaries on the gender wage gap, maybe five mentioned the gender work death rate. Continue reading

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Video: National Post’s Barbara Kay on Society’s Contempt for Men

Male Matters often deals with rigidly ideological feminists who will not concede for a second that males, too, face contempt and hatred. Barbara Kay gives examples that will stun you. Continue reading

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Women Need To Be Educated About Sexual Consent — Right Now They Aren’t

“Given my previous column about men’s reproductive rights and the fact that they effectively do not have any, and can be forced into parenthood, it seems particularly compelling that we teach men to understand unwanted sexual behaviors from women as rape and assault because a rape that ends in a pregnancy can mean a lifetime of consequences for the man who was raped.” Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Reproductive Rights And Why Men Should Have Them Too

“Culturally, we seem to think that men are utilities and that children belong to their mothers and are entitled by birth to male resources.” Continue reading

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State supports mothers who want the child, but not the costs

“Where did she get the idea that she had the right to a child, but not the responsibility to raise it herself or with a partner? Why, from the cultural air she breathes, that’s where.” 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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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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