Monthly Archives: November 2018

21 Reasons Why Gender Matters : Overview

21 Reasons Why Gender Matters — This blog posting contains an overview of the discussion paper. Download link for full paper (954kb PDF file) Gender uniqueness and complementarity means that each gender has a unique contribution to work, society and interpersonal communication that cannot be filled by the other gender in its entirety. Acknowledging gender differences helps children learn more effectively. Men and women are happier and healthier when they acknowledge and celebrate their respective gender differences. The masculine gender is an essential ingredient for fatherhood, and children raised by a committed father do much better in life. The feminine gender is an essential ingredient of motherhood, and children do better in life with an involved and committed mother. Marriage is … Continue reading

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The #MeToo phenomenon ran its course?

The #MeToo phenomenon ran its course?  Who knows, and, if so, what will take its place?  Its consequences will probably be with us for some time to come. On October 15, 2017, actress Alyssa Milano encouraged spreading the hashtag #MeToo, to attempt to draw attention to sexual assault and harassment.[10][21] Milano later acknowledged earlier use of the phrase by Burke.[18] —Wikipedia In 2006, Tarana Burke had tried to bring the phrase  “Me Too” to prominence.  Alyssa Milano succeeded in doing so.  Thanks to Twitter, her effort to popularize the hashtag struck a note.  The consequences were immediate and apparently will be with us for a while. Intentional or not, such is the power of effective propaganda, using … Continue reading

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Islamic Rape of Europe : Hype? Justified Claim?

Update 2018 11 29: Appended links to related interviews by Ezra Levant The Islamic Rape of Europe is an exaggeration, but it became a world-wide concern after numerous instances of sexual groping of women on New Years Eve in Cologne, Germany.  What is the truth?  Are the growing public concerns over increasing numbers of rapes and other violent crimes by immigrants in Europe justified?  Perhaps. No link was identified with that image. The claim that the image on the magazine cover is exploding across Europe is at best an exaggeration, if not outright hype.  If such an explosion were happening, we would most certainly notice it being mentioned in the … Continue reading

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Domestic violence: Would you sign this contract?

Domestic violence: Would you sign this contract to help to reduce domestic violence or even to find marital bliss? An employer can at any time dismiss an employee without justification and have that employee imprisoned if he objects too strongly to his dismissal. For example, if the employee raises his voice in anger he may be arrested for ‘violence’. In any event, an employer can dismiss an employee regardless of the circumstances, and at his sole discretion. He can fire him from his job whenever he wishes, no matter how long the employee has served with the company and even if the employee has done absolutely nothing wrong. Further, the … Continue reading

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Mission: Find domestic violence against women

If the mission is to find domestic violence against women, domestic violence against women will be found. Janet Reimer (a former Edmonton mayor) and other representatives of Alberta women’s shelter organizations appear to pursue another revival of the Super Bowl Battering Hoax from the 1990s. A 1994 commentary on domestic violence against women, as manifested by the Super Bowl Battering Hoax from the 1990s states: “…the Super Bowl “statistic” will be with us for a while, doing its divisive work of generating fear and resentment. In the book ‘How to Make the World a Better Place for Women in Five Minutes a Day’, a comment under the heading “Did You … Continue reading

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