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Men Want Women Who Look Like Venus, Women Want Men Who Can Afford To Go To Mars

Feminist Serena Smith thinks that Men Don’t Understand What Women Find Attractive. This is true of many men, just as many women don’t understand what men find attractive. Her assertion that women “just see people as people” is, on the … Continue reading

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The #metoo Backlash is Growing

Fortune has a new article that says The Number of Men Who Are Uncomfortable Mentoring Women Is Growing. The article shows an incredible lack of understanding of the problem and its causes. #MeToo has shaken up the workplace. Good—it needed … Continue reading

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Denying Guilt Proves Guilt?

The CBC has a new article titled How to spot a pattern of denials in the #MeToo movement. This article seems to make the astonishing claim that denying one’s guilt is actually evidence that one is guilty. Yes, the progressives … Continue reading

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Man of Steel is Told to Shut Up

Henry Cavill, the man behind the Man of Steel, is facing backlash over comments he made about dating in the post #MeToo era. Is mild mannered Cavill a misogynist? “There’s something wonderful about a man chasing a woman,” he said. … Continue reading

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In Business, Meritocracy Always Wins

NBC has a new article titled Reality check: Why #MeToo will not stop men from hiring women. Some of the arguments made seem to border on being anti-meritocratic. As the #MeToo movement marches on with no signs of slowing, the … Continue reading

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How #MeToo Revealed the Marxist Roots of Feminism

The Guardian’s long read addresses How #MeToo revealed the central rift within feminism today. I’m going to comment on some of Moira Donegan‘s arguments. When the #MeToo moment began in earnest last October, many women felt optimistic, galvanised; others felt uncomfortable. … Continue reading

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Are NDA’s Unethical?

The CBC is proclaiming that Universities should protect students, not reputation: Professors call for elimination of confidentiality deals. On the face of it, this seems sound. What’s the deal? University of Windsor law professor Julie MacFarlane has added her voice to a chorus … Continue reading

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Why Do Feminist Lies Make Some Men Angry?

Global News, a popular Canadian new organization, has a new article titled Not all men: Why does #MeToo make some men angry? Let’s see if the question is answered. There’s no question that what these men allegedly did was (and … Continue reading

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Tony Robbins: Mentor, or Misogynist?

The Wrap is covering the controversy over a recent Robbins seminar in Tony Robbins Dragged Over #MeToo Comments. What did he say to draw the media’s ire, and what are people saying about it? “If you use the #MeToo movement … Continue reading

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Executives Order Gender Segregation

The Chicage Tribune has a new article that talks about how ‘#MeToo has a chilling effect on camaraderie’. They have some interesting anecdotes to report. A lobbyist flies solo from Texas to Washington to press his case on the Hill, … Continue reading

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