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Sex differences in aggression

Statistics taken from criminal reports, from shelters for battered women, and from therapy sessions for males convicted of violence towards their intimate partners show two clear trends: first, that men tend to be overwhelmingly more aggressive than their female intimate … Continue reading

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Daphne Patai on political indoctrination on campuses

Daphne Patai writes about how political indoctrination is now a major part of academic life. Universities, especially liberal arts colleges, once the hotbed of lively, and frequently uncomfortable, debate about rights, liberties, and other social issues, are now being pushed … Continue reading

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Kim Quinn on competent fathers

In this post on the Good Men Project, Kim Quinn wonders why people act as if good fathers are a rare commodity. She makes the case that good fathers are, in fact, not rare, and the reason why people assume … Continue reading

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Dina Rabinovitch interviews Erin Pizzey

I came across an interview of Erin Pizzey for the Guardian by Dina Rabinovitch. The interview talks briefly about how Erin Pizzey was once a celebrity within the feminist movement and was the founder of the original shelter for battered … Continue reading

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Amy Benfer interviews Warren Farrel for Salon

Amy Benfer, in this excellent interview, talks about Warren Farrel’s then recent book, Father-Child Reunion. The interview touches on some what Amy believes to be some of Farrel’s views on feminism. Farrel is described as one of the most successful … Continue reading

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Wendy McElroy on equality of access and equality of outcomes

Wendy McElroy argues in this excellent piece that equality of access is what all anti-discrimination programs should be about, and not about equality of outcomes. She argues that if the barriers to running for public office are the same for … Continue reading

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