Men with high school diplomas have seen their hourly wages fall by 20% since 1979 (women’s have risen).
Women now make up nearly 60% of those receiving a college degree. The percentage is expected to increase.
At all levels of primary and secondary education, teachers are disproportionately female, more than ever before. Male students do worse than female students, more than ever before.
The Great Recession has hurt male employment much worse than female employment. Men are disproportionately dropping out of the workforce and going on disability.
Illegitimacy rates among blacks, hispanics, and whites are at an all time high, in large part because men are checking out of marriage in large numbers and because the number of men who are unmarriageable has increased.
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Same-sex attraction can be very Mormon.
A 30-year old unmarried law student named Sandra Fluke testified before Congress that she needed the government to provide her with hundreds and hundreds of dollars of contraceptives a year (or to force her university to do it). Fluke was lying, not to put to fine a point on it; contraceptives are cheap unless you pay a Big Pharma premium. But Rush Limbaugh grossly joked that Miss Fluke must be a slut. (more…)
Over the past several years I’ve made several comments at various blogs that same-sex marriage (which is a very big step in the overall destigmatization of homosexuality) will lead to homosexuality becoming a socially acceptable choice.
Well, it has started sooner than I thought it would. I refer you to recent statements by Cynthia Nixon, who, after a 15-year marriage to man, claims she chose to be gay.
Couple this with primary and secondary school textbooks being rewritten to contain positive homosexual characters, and arts and media presenting positive homosexual characters and role models.
I invite you to connect the dots and extrapolate.
In a chapter called Knights and Squires, right after a chapter where Ishmael defended the dignity of whaling on the grounds that whale oil is used to anoint the kings of England, Melville has Ishmael praise democracy and equality. Ironic, no? (more…)