Category Archives: Research

Another round of Feminist “Wage Gap” lies

A new study from the Journal of Applied Psychology claims that men with traditional views of gender roles earned nearly $12k more than men with egalitarian views, $13k more than women with egalitarian views, and over $14k more than women with traditional views. As described in the Washington Post, the study claims to compare Americans […]

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Another Round of Wage Gap Nonsense

A new study from the Journal of Applied Psychology claims that men with traditional views of gender roles earned nearly $12 000 more than men with egalitarian views, $13 000 more than women with egalitarian views, and over $14 000 more than women with traditional views. As described in the Washington Post, the study claims […]

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Feminist Complicity In The Media

A new article in Men’s Health reveals that nearly four percent of fathers are raising another man’s child and, due to paternity fraud committed by the women in their lives, do not know it. That might sound like a small number, but considering the number of fathers in the United States, that adds up to […]

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The Other Side Of Gender Equality

As a follow-up to Jody’s blog, I want to address more specifically the sort of gender-trending aggression implicit in the rhetoric used by Duke University researcher Tanya Chartrand, and to show that this is a real, but largely ignored, form of abusive behavior. Recent popular articles1 have begun to publicize the phenomenon of female bullying, […]

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When Men Won’t Do What They’re Told

A husband and wife team of researchers at Duke University have recently concluded a study (read about it at MSNBC or News-Medical.net) demonstrating that people instinctively resist infringement on their autonomy, even by those they love. While participants in the study were performing word puzzles on a screen, the names of loved ones were flashed […]

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Careful Analysis Reveals The Gender Bias In Pain Research

A new study is being publicized that seems to show that girls who play soccer are more likely than boys to sustain injuries, but that boys were more likely to require hospitalization for their soccer-related injuries. However, the study was based on data from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission’s National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, […]

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