Category Archives: Gender Equality

If The Genders Be Reversed:

… a Test for Equal Treatment (c) 2012,* Davd, lightly edited 2014, 2015 Even when we know intuitively or from reading that something “is so” or “isn’t so”, it helps to have a measure, or at least an indicator of … Continue reading

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Second Class Like Me[n]:

… To What Extent is the Predicament Ours, 55 Years Later? Essay Review of John Howard Griffin, 1960. Black Like Me. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. cited in the pocket sized Signet edition, New York, “New American Library”, 1961. (review (c) 2015, … Continue reading

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What Glass Ceiling?

… Ability and Motivation, not Opportunity, are What’s Unequal: (c) 2015, Davd  Two things especially, legitimately determine success: Ability and application [or in two syllables each, talent and hard work]. I don’t know anyone, literally not anyone, who seriously says … Continue reading

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They Really Don’t Know?

…Or Are They Going to Give Some Back? Women’s Day Paraders Call for Equality: (c) 2015, Davd Sunday was International Women’s Day again, and CBC Radio News reported that women in the big parade in New York City are demanding … Continue reading

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No Fair Approving Violence Against Men

… the equality reason: (c) 2015, Davd It’s the first of the month, and at Angry Harry’s earlier suggestion, i’ll take the occasion to ask, again, Is there any good reason why i am a more legitimate target for violence, … Continue reading

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The “Christmas” Holiday:

… some Explanations for a Secular Website, and perhaps even a chance to help other men and enjoy it, (c) 2014, Davd As a serious Christian1, i look at “the Christmas season” somewhat wryly  and even sadly. There is so … Continue reading

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Two Good Women:

… of many, and especially well known to me: (c) 2014, Davd However many disputes i have with Feminism, they don’t add up to misogyny. I remember two women well, toward whom my attitude was and remains far more positive … Continue reading

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Nice is a Four-Letter Word:

First in an Occasional Series About Men and Tendentious English (c) 2014, Davd Do not ask me to be nice. It is actually a selfish, mean-spirited demand. If someone asks you to be nice, be sceptical instead. If some of … Continue reading

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The December 6th Misrepresentation

Shame on Feminism, not on us (c) 2012, Davd It’s that time of year again: Some Feminists are refusing to set meetings and appointments for December 6th; and if last year and the previous 20 are any indication, we can … Continue reading

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The Princess Syndrome

  (Why—and how?—to forestall it) (c) 2012, Davd Since i mentioned the Princess Syndrome in my last post, this is a handy time to write something about the syndrome itself, and its unrealism, here on Everyman. Though quite distinct from … Continue reading

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