Please don’t get me wrong. I consider myself a Catholic but, at the same time, cannot switch off my critical faculties just because I converted to that faith from a rather limp Anglican practice (limp because I rarely went to Church as a kid and young adult, except for the obligatory weddings and funerals). I… Read More Catholic gender stereotypes rooted in the ancient world?
So why is “nasty woman” getting all the attention? Is this a kind of reverse sexism? Hillary Clinton tells Donald Trump: you are the most dangerous person to run for president in the history of America https://t.co/SLEhsU1h3I — earthpages.org (@earthpages) October 21, 2016
Trump has been described as bullying, intimidating, misogynist and threatening for standing behind Hillary Clinton during the last debate. But when Al Gore stood much closer to G. W. Bush in a similar debate, he wasn’t branded as some kind of power-hungry psycho. So what’s going on here? Do women get special treatment, even when… Read More Trump/Clinton vs. Gore/Bush – One standard for men and women and another for men and men?
Highlights of American Classic novel – In an odd twist of fate The Scarlet Letter is now "T"https://t.co/CRuRCVafsu pic.twitter.com/z6e2Wq6z1g — earthpages.org (@earthpages) October 8, 2016 If you haven’t read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne you probably won’t know what the heck I’m talking about. It’s a classic American novel.
Ann Widdecombe has a very unusual view on the sufferers of sexism https://t.co/sM4tb0m0XT — earthpages.org (@earthpages) October 2, 2016 The above tweet points to some obvious cases where men are victims of sexism. But discrimination occurs on many levels, in many different ways. Men can perpetuate sexism against men, just as women can perpetuate sexism… Read More Sexism and the impressionable human being
Women coders do better than men in gender-blind study https://t.co/oh8RclEBko via @CNNMoney — earthpages.org (@earthpages) February 13, 2016