- Janet Radcliffe-Richards (Oxford): Only X%: The Problem of Sex Equality.
- Robert Deaner (GVSU), Rickey Carter and Michael Joyner (Mayo), and Sandra Hunter (Marquette): Men Are More Likely than Women to Slow in the Marathon.
- Millions of years of fist fights have altered the human face to leave men's jaws more robust than women's, a study has found.
- Joni M. Lakin (Auburn) and James L. Gambrell (ACT): Sex Differences in Fluid Reasoning: Manifest and Latent Estimates from the Cognitive Abilities Test.
- The Mars and Venus question: A variation in the cognitive abilities of the two sexes may be more about social development than gender stereotypes.
- In the brain of the father: Why men can be just as good primary parents as women.
- No, men aren’t “having it all” either: A CEO steps back, and shows that the work-life challenge is for guys too.
- Why are there no female Sheldon Adelsons? Rebecca Traister on the real reasons for the absence of free-spending women political donors.
- Kat Stoeffel on why it shouldn’t take having a daughter for men to care about feminism.
- A new study helps explain why some people get enraged when women have sex.
- A new study helps explain why Hobby Lobby supporters are so fiercely opposed to birth control: The idea that ensuring access to affordable birth control is harmful to society because it leads to promiscuity and infidelity.
- Tara Culp-Ressler on the GOP’s plot to convince you they support birth control.
- Phyllis Schlafly explains why feminism has made women unhappy.
- The women of the men's rights movement: Alex Brook Lynn goes inside the online world of honey badgers, trolls, and feminist threats.
- Punching Gloria Steinem: Jessica Valenti goes inside the bizarre world of anti-feminist women.
- Hey, “women against feminism”: Feminism still has your back so you’re welcome.
- Christina Sterbenz on the 24 words that are most known to only men or women.
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Omnivore - Of the Two Sexes
From Bookforum's Omnivore blog, here is a collection of links on men and women and the issues that drive gender theory.