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Why Women Should Share Dating Expenses

October 7, 2013
Why Women Should Share Dating Expenses

 

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Kate Taylor Pimps Penn’s Hookup Culture

July 17, 2013
Kate Taylor Pimps Penn’s Hookup Culture

Kate Taylor’s article describing the hookup culture at Penn has attracted a lot of criticism, most notably from Penn students themselves, including some who participated in her research. They disagree with her characterization of women as fueling a no-strings sex norm, and reject the featured “mysterious A.” as typical of Penn women. They appear perplexed […]

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Feminism’s New Marketing Strategy

July 15, 2013
Feminism’s New Marketing Strategy

Yesterday’s fascinating piece in the New York Times Styles section, Sex on Campus: She Can Play That Game, Too, reveals much about hookup culture and the choices of young women today. I’ll address it in some detail shortly, but first it’s important to understand the context for the article. It’s the latest salvo in Feminism’s marketing strategy. […]

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The Unspun Truth About Marriage in the U.S.

June 25, 2013
The Unspun Truth About Marriage in the U.S.

It’s very difficult to get accurate information about marriage trends in America today. Or at least to get it free of political spin. In one camp we have feminists exhorting women to prioritize career and delay marriage well into their 30s. They want you to Lean In and preferably skip the babymaking altogether. They’re invested […]

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Even Slutty College Women Reject Sluts For Friendship

June 4, 2013
Even Slutty College Women Reject Sluts For Friendship

A new study at Cornell University finds that college women judge promiscuous women peers harshly, and prefer friendships with less sexually active women. Surprisingly, this opinion is held even by fellow promiscuous women! Up until now, research has focused on the fact that many women express liberal attitudes towards promiscuity in others, and generally decline […]

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