[Ge1] It turns out, if you make resumes gender-blind it hurts women. Which suggests…
[Ge2] According to a population-based study on sex differences, women aren’t actually more empathic than men (though think they are) and don’t behave more altruistically than men in experimental tasks.
[Ge3] According to a study, gender differences in receptivity to sexual offers are different in precisely the direction we would expect.
[Ge4] Ruth Graham defends being someone else’s wife.
[Ge5] This is definitely a thing. Some of it is simply that a lot of women prefer it, or are okay with it… though even that has a dubious component to it. My wife always planned to allow people to use her first name but found that she had a harder time getting her patients to take her seriously, so it’s Dr Himmelreich.
[Ge6] If we’re going to go there, I think there is a stronger argument that elementary school is geared far more towards female assumptions rather than male.
[Ge8] To avoid eating disorders, marry ugly.
[Ge9] Aaron Neil argues that we should stop worrying about the gender gap in the First World.
Women are more likely than men to endorse Mike-Pence-style inter-gender workplace norms pic.twitter.com/1y6kVWsETY
— David Shor (@davidshor) July 2, 2017