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Men Don’t like Being Told Manliness Is A Malady. WashPost Doesn’t Get Why

January 15, 2019 by

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By Matt Philbin ~ Here’s an outside-the-box — not to say crazy (are you allowed to say crazy anymore?) — suggestion for the gang at the American Psychology Association: If you’re going to issue what Washington Post columnist Monica Hesse calls an “an indictment … of rigid, traditional masculinity,” you might want to talk to […]

Sexism! Australian Public Service Favors Men With Better Qualifications

July 8, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ We pay these geniuses?   Australia’s pre-eminent federal government department, Prime Minister and Cabinet, can’t work out why men still dominate top executive roles…. The [department’s] analysis did yield one potential explanation for the executive gender imbalance — it found part-time workers tend to receive lower performance ratings than full-time workers. No […]

Bad Math: NYT Blames Stereotypes, Tradition For Girls Trailing Boys In Rich Districts

June 18, 2018 by

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By Clay Waters ~ The New York Times dubiously blamed girlish stereotypes and traditionalism in affluent districts for girls’ (relative) lack of representation among high-achievers in math in “Where Boys Outperform Girls in Math: Rich, White and Suburban Districts,” featured prominently in the news section of Sunday’s paper. As scholar and author Christine Sommers noted, […]

So Sexism Is Good, After All

August 5, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ As I say, with the Left it’s not the principle that counts but the side. Example one: Here in Melbourne, Australia, the Brunswick cafe Handsome Her has caused a stir with a new initiative designed to raise awareness of the gender wage gap. A chalkboard at the cafe reads: “House Rules, […]

Sexism In The Twin Cities

September 9, 2008 by

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SEXISM IN THE TWIN CITIES Salena Zito The one thing that Democrats, Republicans and analysts agreed on regarding Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin was that the double standards on parenting directed toward her crossed all kinds of lines. “I think it is highly sexist to suggest that Sarah Palin cannot be a good mom and […]