Category Archives: Gender Equality

Stick to the Truth on Mother’s Day

It might make for silly jokes—and better family relationships. (c) 2016, Davd What would Mother’s Day be like if everyone told the truth, the whole truth1, and nothing but the truth? Visualizing such a Mother’s Day, this year, one can … Continue reading

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Intimidation:

…Not the Way to Motivate Good Men (c) 2016, Davd. As Nathanson and Young [2006] have detailed and i have summarized in my review, as Brown (2013) has further detailed for “family law”, much Feminist success in “changing society” has … Continue reading

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Fragile’s Not the Word:

Essay Review of Pinker, Susan, 2008. The Sexual Paradox: Extreme Men, Gifted Women and the Real Gender Gap. [no city listed in flyleaf] Random House of Canada; New York: Simon and Schuster. (c) 2016, Davd I borrowed this book from … Continue reading

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The Devil Herself

… is hiding behind male pronouns. (c) 2016, Davd Evil is not male. Lorena Bobbitt cutting off her husband’s penis, and a few parallel, less famous incidents were no less evil because their perpetrators had ovaries. Nor was what Amanda … Continue reading

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The Apex Fallacy

The Apex Fallacy: ..Sketching and Understanding the Distortion (c) 2015, Davd Here’s an exercise to help us understand how Feminists (some of them male!) can seriously believe men are privileged when we plainly are disadvantaged, why so many girls (and … Continue reading

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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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