Category Archives: Gender Wage Gap

How to make feminism great again

“Today’s feminism is not merely out of touch with everyday Americans; it’s out of touch with reality.” Continue reading

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The ‘Pink Tax’ Is a Myth

“Alas, this sillier yet more regulation-friendly narrative has also been embraced by government officials.” Continue reading

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Forbes: Men Work Longer Hours Than Women

By Karin Agness • forbes.com • June 30, 2016 Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has made efforts to appeal to working women a centerpiece of her presidential campaign. One issue she continues to bring up is equal pay and … 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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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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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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There’s No ‘Gender Pay Gap’, But Here Are 11 Reasons Why There Should Be

“The so-called “Pole Tax” is something all men have to live with. Men pay more, not only for insurance. In the US, men pay nearly 60 per cent more into Medicare and other state medical benefits programmes despite women using services more.” Continue reading

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