Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Crisis of Males — On Campus and Off

“When girls were doing badly in math and science, we said the trouble was with the schools; now that boys are doing badly in virtually everything, we say the trouble is with the boys….” Continue reading

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The grim evidence that men have fallen behind women

The very utterance of concern for male social inequities — however objectively true and real they might be — goes over like a fart in church. Continue reading

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In Favor of Dirty Jokes and Risqué Remarks

“Codes of sexual harassment imagine an entirely symmetrical universe, where people are never outrageous, rude, awkward, excessive or confused, where sexual interest is always absent or reciprocated, in other words a universe that does not entirely resemble our own.” Continue reading

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Salary, Gender and the Social Cost of Haggling

“Eight times more men than women asked for more money.” Continue reading

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