Check out this article from MercatorNet, about the plight of boys stuck in the feminized public schools.
Men are now lagging women in every major category from lifestyle to health, from education to employment. For instance, on the health and lifestyle front, men are involved in twice as many fatal auto accidents as women. Good-bye to all those jokes about women drivers. Currently the US has 1.5 million men in the slammer, a 15 to 1 lead over the fairer sex. We guys are much more likely to be alcoholics and we are ahead in the obesity derby. No surprise, then, that on average women have a five-year lead in life span.
For decades now, feminists have been decrying the salary deferential that men have enjoyed. Perhaps this is so for men in their 40s and 50s, but no longer for the 20-something crowd. The playing field is now level, with the advantage held by the women when it is time to tighten the corporate belt and lay-offs occur. As our recession/depression deepens, bosses are laying off young male employees at a greater rate than young women. This employment data corresponds to staggering statistics showing that across the country girls and young women are dramatically out-schooling their male counterparts. Last September 58 percent of the entering freshman class at the nation’s colleges and universities was female.
However, not only is there a large gap in favor of women’s college attendance, but women go through college faster, with higher grades, more honors and fewer disciplinary setbacks. Currently, they are being admitted to elite graduate business and medical schools in greater numbers.
- men’s apathy due to getting sex from women without having to prove themselves
- the lack of fathers (caused by no-fault divorce and welfare programs)
- the lack of male teachers in schools
- the lack of male role models in the feminized curriculum
- parents spending too much on video games and other distractions
This is a must-read for anyone who cares about men.
Other articles by this author
- Higher education’s new sobriety
- Education change unions can believe in
- The educational reform we need most
- The change they forgot about: education
Books I am reading about education
Education Myths: What Special Interest Groups Want You to Believe About Our Schools – And Why It Isn’t So
by Jay P. Greene
The Worm in the Apple: How the Teacher Unions Are Destroying American Education
by Peter Brimelow
The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men
by Christina Hoff Sommers