Monthly Archives: August 2013

Women are welcome in combat zones — if they qualify

“Yet laws that single out women for special protection at home do seem at odds with equality on the front lines.” Continue reading

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Criminal justice is still more lenient with women

“But when it comes to criminal behavior, women often benefit from a society-wide presumption of greater innocence.” 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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Cancer: The True Gender Picture

Sometimes the urgent talk about breast cancer may lead one to think female cancer victims are dropping like flies relative to men. But if anyone is “dropping like flies” from cancer, it is not women. It is men. 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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