There is discriminatory spending by our government of the stimulus bill. It has gotten so bad that the media is renaming the recession the “Man-cession”. The only sector of the economy that is in growth are jobs that women are stronger at. Pink collar over the last ten years has grown 10%. Keep in mind there isn’t any equivalence between the sexes in other ways because society is unforgiving to unemployed men and we do not have a domestic option. The educational system has also gone out of it’s way to discriminate towards men. and yet our government is still pushing affirmative action in the stimulus bill? someone has to explain to these feminists about social engineering… it has always failed the people. While the Pink Collar fascists still have pictures of Hillary Clinton and her pant suit crew on their profile pictures on facebook, out-of-wedlock births to young women is getting out of hand… and guess what? It isn’t daddy’s fault!
Men are losing jobs at far greater rates than women as the industries they dominate, such as manufacturing, construction, and investment services, are hardest hit by the downturn. Some 1.1 million fewer men are working in the United States than there were a year ago, according to the Labor Department. By contrast, 12,000 more women are working
someone has to explain to these feminists about social engineering… it has always failed the people. While the Pink Collar fascists still have pictures of Hillary Clinton and her pant suit crew on their profile pictures on facebook, out-of-wedlock births to young women is getting out of hand… and guess what? It isn’t daddy’s fault!
Inflation-adjusted median income for young families has declined from $44,000 in 1979 to $38,000 in 2007, Sum said. During the same period, as jobs that allowed less-educated men to support a family have diminished, out-of-wedlock births to young women rose to 50 percent of births, from 20 percent in 1980
Over the past couple of decades, the male-female ratio on campuses has been changing dramatically. Women outnumber men by a 4-3 ratio on college campuses. Men currently make up only 43 percent of college graduates. In short, many today acknowledge that there is a crisis of the disappearing educated male.
sexist campus activism of participants in the nation’s 500 college gender studies departments. The conference program, attended by about 100 professors and student affairs personnel, exposed some unpleasant facts: men are “overrepresented” in drug and alcohol abuse, violations of campus regulations, and acts of violence and sexual assault, and they are “underrepresented” in academic programs and campus leadership activities.
Over the past couple of decades, the male-female ratio on campuses has been changing dramatically. Women outnumber men by a 4-3 ratio on college campuses. Men currently make up only 43 percent of college graduates.
In short, many today acknowledge that there is a crisis of the disappearing educated male.Hostility toward men and masculinity begins in daycare and increases each year thereafter. Sexual harassment training and policies have created an uncertain environment, if not a hostile one, where men have to watch their every word and action lest it be misunderstood or misinterpreted. Some experts criticize a campus “worldview that sees things only in terms of oppressors and the oppressed.” Typically, the few campus men’s studies programs are designed to push an anti-masculinity agenda.
the women shit on us. they take all the jobs. meanwhile affirmative action in the stimulus bill when the industry that is effected by job losses is men’s. the problem is getting worse, but the burden is all men’s.
the feminists then demonstrated the death grip they hold over Obama and the leaders of the Democratic Party. The feminists swung into action with noisy accusations that the stimulus discriminated against women because its jobs would go mostly to men.
The feminists had no sympathy with the fact that men were victims of most of the lost jobs because the majority of manufacturing and construction jobs are men’s jobs. The segments of our economy dominated by women — social services, education, health, childcare and welfare — have actually gained jobs during this recession.
Nevertheless,the feminists demanded that half the stimulus jobs be given to women. The feminists worked to achieve this result by directing the stimulus funds into the types of jobs where women predominate and by allocating at least a third of the spending in manufacturing and construction industries to training women for those men’s jobs.
All the feminist organizations joined in the political clatter. They called for a meeting so they could lecture Obama’s economic advisers and hurl their demands that the stimulus package create jobs that women like, such as workplace-comfortable inside jobs with air-conditioned offices and carpeted floors.
As one tactic to intimidate Obama administration officials, the feminists successfully insisted that participants in the meeting be seated in a circle without a table between them — a format that enabled the feminists to be confrontational. The feminists created their own vocabulary to shout at the men, demanding jobs for “human infrastructure” and “human bridges,” which were euphemisms for social service, health-care, childcare and librarian jobs.
The feminists were well aware that Obama’s chief economist is Larry Summers, the former president of Harvard University, who had already proven himself a pushover for pushy feminists. His embarrassing confrontation with hysterical feminist faculty over academic math and science professorships proved that there is no way to appease the feminists and that apologizing to them only makes matters worse.
60% of college grads and grad school programs like law degrees are occupied by women. I don’t have a problem with this, but it is a little unfair to ask for affirmative action.we idolize Asia’s strong educational ethos, but seem to fear Asia’s strong cultural patriarchal view of the family. strong traditional Jewish values were patriarchal too. I’m not saying that we should turn the world upside down for anyone, but the gender revolution and our school’s ability to create innovators seem to be running parallel. women have strengths. their emotional quotient gets work in the modern world, why are we still doing this to men? Gender Engineering is destructive to all of us.
oh… and stop thinking I hate women. I love women… I want women. they don’t want me because I don’t have a job and they do.