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A different sort of liberated woman

Weary of establishment feminism's emphasis on me-first autonomy and our popular culture's reduction of women to sex objects and shopaholics, many are discovering another, more radical model of women's liberation. 

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Men and Women

It was the present pope who wrote what remains I think the clearest analysis of the problems we face in restoring some balance to a society that has demeaned fatherhood and exalted in its place not motherhood but a scheme for the "empowerment" of women.

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Do We Care About Boys?

The headline from The Washington Post celebrates yet another milestone: "University of Virginia picks its first female president." But meantime, the data continues to mount that our educational system is massively failing one gender: boys.

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Persistent Myths in Feminist Scholarship

"Harder to kill than a vampire." That is what the sociologist Joel Best calls a bad statistic. But, as I have discovered over the years, among false statistics the hardest of all to slay are those promoted by feminist professors.

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Practical Romance

G.K. Chesterton speaks of the human need for practical romance -- a mixture of something strange with something secure.

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