Tag Archives: Christina Hoff Sommers

Dispirited Men

A new movie calls attention to a gender double-standard. Continue reading

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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 Sexodus, Parts 1 and 2

“Never before in history have relations between the sexes been so fraught with anxiety, animosity and misunderstanding.” Continue reading

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5 Feminist Myths That Will Not Die

“The idea that American men are annually enslaving more than 100,000 girls, sending millions of women to emergency rooms, sustaining a rape culture and cheating women out of their rightful salary creates rancor in true believers and disdain in those who would otherwise be sympathetic allies.” Continue reading

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Rape Culture is a ‘Panic Where Paranoia, Censorship, and False Accusations Flourish’

“Warner received surprising news. The local police had determined not only that Warner was innocent, but that the alleged victim had deliberately falsified her charges. She was charged with lying to police for filing a false report, and fled the state. Cases like Warner’s are proliferating. The list of falsely accused young men subject to kangaroo court justice is growing apace.” Continue reading

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‘Ban Bossy’: A Bad Remedy for a Fictional Problem

“Using children as props for adult activism is always a dubious proposition. Using girls as props for activism that schools them in invented victimhood is not feminist advocacy, it’s feminist malpractice.” Continue reading

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Can men adjust to a changing world?

“What’s going on with boys? Even women are noticing. Hanna Rosin, in her book “The End of Men,” has noticed some disturbing trends.” Continue reading

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