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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 war on rape: the logic of the lynch mob returns

“Wars on rape have been declared before, and often for deeply reactionary reasons, having the effect of harming society rather than helping women.” Continue reading

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A rape epidemic — by women?

“If the CDC figures are to be taken at face value, then we must also conclude that, far from being a product of patriarchal violence against women, “rape culture” is a two-way street, with plenty of female perpetrators and male victims.” Continue reading

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From Drone Strike Policy to Campus Rape Awareness Campaigns: Musings on Male Culpability in the 21st Century

“At the dawn of the 21st century, we [men] live under a burden of original sin more subtle than anything the Church ever concocted.” Continue reading

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What Does President Obama Mean For Men?

Obama goes to bat for females at males’ expense. Continue reading

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The Crisis of Males — On Campus and Off

“When girls were doing badly in math and science, we said the trouble was with the schools; now that boys are doing badly in virtually everything, we say the trouble is with the boys….” Continue reading

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The grim evidence that men have fallen behind women

The very utterance of concern for male social inequities — however objectively true and real they might be — goes over like a fart in church. Continue reading

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