Tag Archives: Patricia Pearson

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is widely promoted but won’t achieve much

You could argue, reflecting on President Obama’s approach, that the promoters of Walk a Mile protect women’s image in the way that conservative patriots protect America’s image as morally superior to other nations. Continue reading

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The Surprising Truth About Women and Violence

“Traditional stereotypes have led to double standards that often cause women’s violence—especially against men—to be trivialized.” Continue reading

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War on domestic violence is one-sided

Violence researcher Suzanne Steinmetz, asked if men were abused by their spouses as often or as much as women, replied, “When you’re looking at hitting, slapping, pushing, shoving, they’re fairly equal.” Continue reading

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Female Violence Against Males — Almost Always Provoked?

“it’s likely that a steady diet of anti-male advertising does affect everyone’s views of men.” Continue reading

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

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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The Greater Outrage for Female Victims of Governments’ Brutality Helps Perpetuate Risk to Both Sexes

The international community must express an equal outrage for male victims of atrocities and other abuses. Continue reading

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