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Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health Care

“According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men born in 2009 will live five years less than women born the same year, a spread not fully explained by physical differences, the researchers noted. ‘…[W]omen don’t lose status or respect by displaying vulnerability or weakness.'” Continue reading

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Male Suicide Rates Massively Increase

“The CDC report provides us with hard statistics that should be a shocking wake up call to the news organizations of the west that there is a huge problem with male suicide that needs to be addressed. Unfortunately, it seems that this ‘revelation’ will not happen any time soon.” Continue reading

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Men, Power, Money, and Sex

“As political correctness set into the colleges’ psyches, college programs shifted to emphasizing only men understanding women. It would be wiser for programs to help both sexes better understand each other.” Continue reading

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The Nordic Gender Paradox

“Nordic welfare states are – unintentionally – holding women back.” Continue reading

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California DLSE Posts FAQs on New Fair Pay Law but Leaves Tough Questions Unanswered

“Many questions about the new law remain unanswered.” Continue reading

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Defending Boys in a “Girl Power” Age

“Unfortunately, in its earnest quest for female empowerment, America—never quite good at moderation, and always quite good at fighting the last battle—is quietly and methodically marginalizing boys.” Continue reading

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5 things I don’t like about the EEOC’s “pay survey” proposal

The EEOC’s requirement will join the growing list of all the other failed measures implemented over the last half century. Continue reading

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