Category Archives: Gender Equality

Sauce for the Gander is Sauce for the Goose,

… and So is its Absence. (c) 2017, Davd Yes, I do believe, there is a problem, a moral wrong, one of the Evils of the World, embodied in the fact that women’s shelters are common and men’s refuges are … Continue reading

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Taking Off the Harness

… The injustice men feel is leading to lower motivation, and maybe that’s good. (c) 2017, Davd As i published Men’s Lives Neglected, i noticed that that a remark about society suffering for the injustice men feel, could be taken … Continue reading

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Men’s Lives Neglected

… relatively by charities and especially by Government? (c) 2016, Davd This is not the first time I’ve written on the importance of men—regular men of average and higher ability and willingness to contribute. It ought not be the last; … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day, Trump’s Election, and the Status of Men

… a Reflection: (1st draft Nov. 11) 2016, Davd As i begin writing this reflection, it is only minutes before a parade will march through the centre of town to the Cenotaph, where hundreds of people will stand in the … Continue reading

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More Seen than Recognized:

Essay review of Vincent, Norah, 2006. Self Made Man: One Woman’s Year Disguised as a Man. New York: Viking Penguin. (c) 2016, Davd I first chose to review this book because i was writing a review of John Howard Griffin’s … Continue reading

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From White Supremacy to Female Supremacy?

The Status of Canadian Men and Families Compared to the Former Plight of Afro-America (c) 20161; Davd Martin, PhD The “Moynihan report” was controversial from its publication. Cited as Anonymous, 1965. The Negro2 Family: The Case for National Action. United … Continue reading

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Patriarchy and Social Class

… The Correlation, the Apex Fallacy, and the Value of Fathers: (c) 2016, Davd As i review and edit this reflection, it’s about half way between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. More money was spent, more fuss was made about … Continue reading

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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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