Tag Archives: gender violence

Ladies, check your privilege

By Margaret Wente • theglobeandmail.com • January 28, 2017 It isn’t always fun to be a man these days. (Especially a straight, white one.) You get blamed for everything. Manshaming is practically obligatory, especially among the educated young, where the … Continue reading

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Blaming all men for the sins of one

In Canada, Marc Lepine “has been held up as some sort of poster boy for the misogyny that supposedly lurks in the hearts of all men, instead of for the misogyny that lurked only in his own heart.” Continue reading

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Cable TV’s crime shows love white female homicide victims

Why this intense fixation on (white) females by cable TV? Continue reading

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A Comprehensive Look at Gender Equality: Taking On The Institute For Women’s Policy Research

Is the Institute For Women’s Policy Research helping “gender equality” — or hindering? Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Senate Judiciary on the VAWA

If feminists don’t take women’s violence and abuse as seriously as we take men’s, why should men take women’s opinions as seriously as we take men’s? Continue reading

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How 480 characters unraveled my career

How 480 characters unraveled my career – Egyptian Protests – Salon.com. Say what you will about Nir Rosen, seen by some as a Taliban-sympathizer and who is the former CNN correspondent who was forced to resign after he derided on Twitter … Continue reading

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