I don’t know if James Damore, the engineer who was fired from Google for daring to point out in a well-reasoned and well-documented company-wide memo that men and women differ biologically and this may play a role in Google’s gender gap, needs anyone to come to his defense. He seems to be doing well despite the backlash that has ensued since he was terminated. But given my experience with gender equality fanatics, I feel compelled to do so.
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In this past weekend’s Wall Street Journal, Heather MacDonald writes the following about the ongoing problem of American universities shutting down speakers whose views don’t match their own:
Believe me when I say I feel your pain. Ever since I wrote The War on Men, back in 2012, I’ve heard from folks across the country and beyond; and there’s just no question that modern-day couples are locked in a perpetual power struggle. No one seems to know what his or her role is anymore—it’s all so ambiguous. The sexes are supposed to be “equal,” but that’s one of those things that sounds good on the surface but doesn’t square with reality. If it did, men and women would be getting along famously.
Netflix’s new series, The Crown, is a fascinating portrait of the unusual marriage between Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and highlights a cutting-edge marital dynamic: one in which the wife, not the husband, is head of the household.
According to CNN exit polls, 53 percent of white women voted for Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. A whopping 26 percent of Latina women did the same.
On September 14, The Washington Post published what can only be described as a public display of child abuse. feminist writer Jody Allard chastises her sons for questioning the propaganda she feeds them.
The question has been the focus of much conversation lately, thanks to Facebook COO-turned gender equality advocate Sheryl Sandberg. It began with her 2010 TED talk, which ultimately became a book entitled Lean In, which ultimately became a movement. Sandberg’s message is clear: “A truly equal world would be one where women ran half our countries and companies and men ran half our homes.”
Marriage between a man and a woman is designed to be a lifetime merger of masculine and feminine beings. Imperfect or not, it’s Mother Nature’s plan. But today it's faced with a new threat, and it's not same-sex marriage. The real problem is America’s gender war: the decades-long battle that has almost single-handedly destroyed the relationship between the sexes.