Category Archives: Gender Equality

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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Promoting Islam by extending Feminist privilege:

An American Paradox? (c) 2012, Davd This post began as a response to an “Outraged Anglican-American Feminist”; and if the Webmaster deems it appropriate and valuable, some of my most general responses to her outrage will appear after the end of … Continue reading

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Man Up*, Mayor Ford

  … and give fathers’ hugs the credit due them. by Davd, July 24, 2012 Mr. Mayor, your “hug-a-thug” political slogan puts the unwelcome outcome before its cause. The point is not to hug-a-thug, but to prevent a child from … Continue reading

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“Gender Equal” Modesty Standards?

 (They’re going to be much easier for us men) (c) 2012, Davd   One of the news stories that prompted me to think about this topic, involved an officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police “exposing himself” to someone—i do … Continue reading

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Wasted Lives and Misplaced Chivalry:

Lessons from the sinking of the Titanic (c) 2012, Davd This is the weekend of the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, an event generally accepted as marking historic change: “The end of the Golden Age”; the shipwreck … Continue reading

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Some Better Reasons for a Sex Strike

(c) 2012, Davd Recently, i was referred by some other website, to one called “The  No Access Sex Strike”. It seemed to me to be mimicking Lysistrata, but with less style and eloquence1.  Instead of wanting soldiers to stop fighting … Continue reading

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Feminism and the Oobleck

(c) 2012, Davd Dr. Seuss wrote the best young-children’s stories of his time, i believe, because he wrote fables. His stories were not only entertaining and amusing—they were instructive and archetypal. Green Eggs and Ham was about prejudice—not mean-spirited or … Continue reading

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