Politics and Feminism

HUS at a Crossroads, Plus Millennials Reject Casual Sex

May 11, 2015
HUS at a Crossroads, Plus Millennials Reject Casual Sex

Strategic Planning for HUS I will be taking a two week break from the blog to conduct a strategic “offsite.” After nearly 8 years of writing and 800 posts, it feels like I’ve reached a crossroads. It’s time to give some serious thought to the future of HUS. New research and other news developments provide […]

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Why Do Men Value Different Traits in Wives and Daughters?

April 27, 2015
Why Do Men Value Different Traits in Wives and Daughters?

An Insight Into the 21st Century Man, a new online survey of 818 men commissioned by the Shriver Report, reveals a fascinating contradiction in male preferences and attitudes towards women. They want submissive wives but rather dominant daughters. Men’s top three qualities for wives are: Intelligent Attractive Sweet But here’s what they prize in a daughter: Intelligent […]

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Real Data on Red Pill Toxicity and Bigotry

April 1, 2015
Real Data on Red Pill Toxicity and Bigotry

A reddit user posted the question “What popular subreddit has a really toxic community?” The poster went to bed and woke up to over 4,000 upvotes and 10,000 comments. Lots of anecdotal evidence! Data scientist Ben Bell was intrigued, but figured there must be a way to objectively measure toxicity in what he calls “the darkest depths […]

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Monica Lewinsky Finds Her Purpose

March 25, 2015
Monica Lewinsky Finds Her Purpose

“The internet is the superhighway for the id.” Monica Lewinsky Many of you were kids when the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke. It was a nightmare – tawdry and salacious, tinged with images of the President inserting a cigar into the vagina of an intern during the government shutdown. No brain bleach could ever erase it. […]

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The Dark Story of Male Sexuality?

March 20, 2015
The Dark Story of Male Sexuality?

In his recent article The Big F**kbuddy Lie: Campus hookups and the dark story of male sexual desire, Melvin Konner, MD, Professor of Behavioral Biology at Emory University, summarizes much of the available research to demonstrate how differently men and women are wired sexually. His article provides all the necessary sources and some additional qualitative findings, but here’s […]

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