Tag Archives: Warren Farrell

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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Are Men Society’s Scapegoats?

At the same time, we tell boys to “suck it up” instead of expressing pain, leaving them few emotions but anger. Then we chastise them when they actually get angry — or live in fear of their anger. And sometimes we use the one emotion we’ve allowed them to our 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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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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Battle of the Sexes

“Politicians and ‘equality’ feminists should respect reality: Differing choices come with differing rewards — and different salaries.” Continue reading

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The broken dialogue on men’s rights

“The problem today is not a ‘war’ on anyone, but rather biases that limit and hurt both sexes in different ways, and the challenges of adapting to new rules and new roles.” Continue reading

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Labor Day’s Glass Cellars and Women’s Wisdom

“Many men have learned to define power as ‘feeling obligated to earn money that someone else spends while he dies sooner.’” Continue reading

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From Drone Strike Policy to Campus Rape Awareness Campaigns: Musings on Male Culpability in the 21st Century

“At the dawn of the 21st century, we [men] live under a burden of original sin more subtle than anything the Church ever concocted.” Continue reading

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Obama’s Missed Opportunity: A White House Council on Boys and Men

“Fortunately, our daughters’ and mothers’ health challenges are addressed by seven federal offices of women’s health. Our sons’ and fathers’ are not addressed by a single federal office of men’s health” — this despite the fact that men’s health in general is poorer, resulting in men on average having a shorter life span than women and dying sooner from nine of the ten leading causes of death. Continue reading

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