Monthly Archives: April 2013

Undermining our girls

“True misogynists (and that includes feminists) refuse to see how far women have come. Surveys like the Scouts’, people like Sandberg, and holidays designed to make us look weak don’t empower girls and women. They infantilize us. That’s not equality.” Continue reading

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Lessons from a Feminist Paradise on Equal Pay Day

Is Sweden a feminist paradise? Continue reading

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Title IX: the mainstream-media suppressed view

“Schools have found that to satisfy proportionality, they must cancel men’s sports teams because of women’s lack of interest. (For example, UCLA dropped its men’s swimming and diving programs—programs responsible for 22 Olympic medals.) Can you imagine this happening to activities where women have more interest?” Continue reading

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