Monthly Archives: October 2012

Declining female happiness

An interesting paper was published recently that outlines what appears to be a long trend tracking alongside many female advancements: a decline in overall female happiness. The whole paper can be read here but I will extract the salient point: … Continue reading

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It’s funny because it’s true, and sad

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One for the social engineers

Equality may perhaps be a right, but no power on earth can ever turn it into a fact. -Honoré de Balzac, French playwright

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Housework in relationships

Now here is a study I can get behind as it tends to affirm what I’ve always held: families in general, and women in particular, benefit most when women do the majority of housework!! Hear, hear! To wit: In what … Continue reading

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Thoughts on abortion

During World War II, the Nazis referred to the Jews as “rats.” Amidst the Rwandan genocide, the Hutus called the Tutsis “cockroaches.” Written into the US Constitution during the time of slavery, the Three-Fifths Compromise defined each black slave as … Continue reading

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Empowerment?

Besides the banality of what passes for “good” music these days, there is a disturbing trend that has been a long time in the making but growing bolder every year. The feminist mantra, that women can be, and are, just … Continue reading

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What do you desire?

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