Charles Murray The bad news is that gentlemanly behavior makes people happy. Feminists call it benevolent sexism and its "dangerous nature" findings emphasize the need for interventions to reduce its prevalence. To which Murray replies:
When social scientists discover something that increases life satisfaction for both sexes, shouldn’t they at least consider the possibility that they have come across something that is positive? Healthy? Something that might even conceivably be grounded in the nature of Homo sapiens?
Feminists often seem to be at war with human nature. How else can you explain the furor surrounding Suzanne Venker's article on The War on Men?
According to Pew Research Center, the share of women ages eighteen to thirty-four that say having a successful marriage is one of the most important things in their lives rose nine percentage points since 1997 – from 28 percent to 37 percent. For men, the opposite occurred. The share voicing this opinion dropped, from 35 percent to 29 percent.
Believe it or not, modern women want to get married. Trouble is, men don’t.
So if men today are slackers, and if they’re retreating from marriage en masse, women should look in the mirror and ask themselves what role they’ve played to bring about this transformation.
Fortunately, there is good news: women have the power to turn everything around. All they have to do is surrender to their nature – their femininity – and let men surrender to theirs.
If they do, marriageable men will come out of the woodwork.
The Plight of the Alpha Female Women remain scarce in the most elite positions. And it’s by choice writes Kay Hymowitz
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Proposed school ban on books portraying traditional images of mothers caring for their children or fathers going out to work because they contribute to gender stereotyping recommends EU report.Posted by Jill Fallon at December 4, 2012 11:48 AM | Permalink