Where would we be without the gender pay gap? With girls outperforming boys at school, outnumbering male students at university, and women experiencing no more practical hindrances than men to achieving anything they want in life, feminists have been forced to shift their attention to the more nebulous cultural sphere in order to prove that women remain victims of a patriarchal conspiracy. 103 more words
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Interesting and well-written post I was sent, which accurately articulates the main pro-feminism arguments. However, it also illustrates the critical, fundamental flaw in feminist thinking: that feminists identify as women first and human beings second. 1,177 more words
So apparently Women Against Feminism is a thing now. And while by no means a mass phenomenon (their Facebook page has less than 3,000 likes, so there is still hope for humanity), it is definitely a worrying one. 791 more words
In the past two weeks, there has been a lot of press about wage gaps, most notably at the White House and Goldman Sachs. So today I wanted to spend some time defining “wage gap” and discuss the heart of the issue: when does a wage gap mean there was discrimination? 617 more words
Seriously. It’s about time!
At today’s press briefing, White House press secretary Josh Earnest addressed the issue of unequal pay. That’s when he said this: 375 more words