Monthly Archives: September 2013

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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Yes, Patriarchy Is Dead; the Feminists Prove It

“More broadly, I am convinced that if feminism is to have a positive future, it must reinvent itself as a gender equity movement advocating for both sexes and against all sexism.” Continue reading

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How to Make School Better for Boys

“Women are adapting; men are not. Yet the education establishment and federal government are, with some notable exceptions, looking the other way.” Continue reading

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The Gender Wage Gap Lie

“Women make 77 cents to men’s dollar. I’ve heard the line enough times that I feel the need to set the record straight: It’s not true.” Continue reading

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