Resources

Relationships (Debunking the patriarchal control grievance narrative)

Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research – Domestic violence-related deaths. “When domestic violence‐related suicides are combined with domestic violence homicides, the total numbers of domestic violence‐related deaths [in the US] are higher for males than females.”

Aggressive Behavior – Testing Predictions From the Male Control Theory of Men’s Partner Violence. (Feminist patriarchal conspiracy theory debunked.)

Sexuality and Culture – References Examining Assaults by Women on Their Spouses or Male Partners. “This annotated bibliography described 343 scholarly investigations (270 empirical studies and 73 reviews) demonstrating that women are as physically aggressive as men (or more) in their relationships with their spouses or opposite-sex partners.”

The Telegraph – Women are more ‘controlling and aggressive’ in relationships than men

Public Health – Differences in Frequency of Violence and Reported Injury Between Relationships With Reciprocal and Nonreciprocal Intimate Partner Violence (Women commit 70 percent of non-reciprocal domestic violence)

Daily Beast – In cases of domestic violence, men are also victims

Gerontological Society of America – Wives’ report of higher support correlates with husband’s frustration

Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey – Different factors for male/female happiness in relationships

Rutgers Today – Wife’s happiness more important that husband’s in keeping marriage on track

Sexual Assault (Debunking the “rape culture” Dolchstoss myth)

CDC – National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey

Time – The CDC’s Rape Numbers are Misleading: Men Reported Being “Made to Penetrate” at Virtually the Same Rates as Women Reported Rape

USA Today – A Rape Epidemic — By Women? A New CDC Report Reveals Troubling Equality When it Comes to Sexual Assault Rates

Vocativ – The Hard Truth About Girl-on-Guy Rape

Psychology Today – Women’s rape fantasies: How common? What do they mean? Rape or near-rape fantasies are surprisingly common

NPR – The Feminine Lie Mystique

US Dept of Justice – Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2012

Propublica – Boys in Custody and the Women who Abuse Them

Washington City Paper – Male Rape Victims and the Penetration Problem

American Journal of Public Health – The Sexual Victimization of Men in America : New Data Challenge Old Assumptions

American Psychological Association – Coerced Sex Not Uncommon for Young Men, Teenage Boys

Motivated research (possible Feminist bias, but still intriguing)

UK Daily Mail: Women more likely than men to blame female victims (Notably, no attention to male victims of female rapists)

Activist blogs (a grain of salt)

False Rape Culture

Two Percent False Rape Claim : The Truth Behind It

Innateness of Gender/Sexuality (Debunking social constructionism and Global Patriarchal Conspiracy theories)

Infant Behavior and Development – Sex differences in human neonatal social perception (Infant males prefer mechanical objects, females prefer faces)

Hormones and Behavior – Sex differences in rhesus monkey toy preferences parallel those of [human] children

Psychology Today – Why do boys and girls prefer different toys?

BBC News – The extraordinary case of the Guevedoces (Despite being socialized as girls, Guevedoces prefer masculine play aligning with their genetic sex.)

Discover Magazine – The real story on gay genes

Perception – Infants prefer female faces

Developmental Science – Infants prefer attractive faces (Beauty is not socially constructed)

Gynosympathy & Female Supremacism

Deviant Behavior : An Interdisciplinary Journal – Bystander Attitudes Toward Victims of Violence (Men more likely to intervene to protect women, while women protect children)

Rutgers – Gender Differences in Automatic In-Group Bias (Both men and women are biased in favor of women, and men have “no mechanism” for in-group bias)
~ Follow-up – An activist analysis of the gynosympathetic bias in the above study

Aggressive Behavior – Girls like bullies more than boys do, and bullies who target girls are liked less

BBC (via UK Daily Mail) – Videos show bystanders ignore male victims but rush to protect female victims of violence

The Scientist – Women twice as likely as men with equal credentials to get hired in STEM fields