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Category Archives: feminism
From Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Christina Hoff Sommers of AEI, on Conversations with Bill Kristol.
How stupid is the American voting public? I guess we are about to find out.
From the Factual Feminist A major humanitarian group has just come out with a lesson plan for high school students on sexism in video games. It is full of propaganda, vilifies gaming and gamers, and is likely to discourage young … Continue reading
From the Factual Feminist
From the Factual Feminist Men and women, taken as groups, are different in important respects. The differences appear to be based on some combination of biological and cultural forces. But is gender role differentiation a sign of well-being and freedom? … Continue reading