Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Review of Male Matters’ Choice for Book of the Year: Tim Goldich’s “Loving Men, Respecting Women”

“Accountability and compassion must go hand in hand. Accountability without compassion is ruthless. It is what we more often direct at men. It is respecting men but not loving them. Compassion without accountability is infantilizing. It is what we more often direct at women. It is loving women but not respecting them.” Continue reading

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Because men express less emotion at work than women do, the Ninth Circuit Court denies them equal protection

2,311 By Jerry A. Boggs Did the Ninth Circuit Court, viewed by some as liberal and hence pro-female on gender issues, rely on female employees’ subjective feelings to “prove” a preconceived notion that women are victims? “The weakness of men … Continue reading

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Brief Misc. News & Views on Gender Issues

“In one panel, women were taught to sue their employers, whom they called ‘old white men,’ over every minor or trivial offense. If you don’t have a case, the attorney on the panel advised, ‘Don’t worry, we can get very creative.’” Continue reading

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