Category Archives: Pay Gap

John Zmirak is mostly right.

John Zmirak at The Stream writes in Tucker Carlson is Half Right that Carlson is right about the destruction of the family: Carlson’s central complaint is serious. The family is collapsing in America, except among the upper and upper middle … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Post, Data, Denial, Divorce, Economics, Glenn Stanton, John Zmirak, New York Times, Pay Gap, The Stream, Traditional Conservatives, Tucker Carlson, Uncategorized | 101 Comments

UK Millennial men earning like women.

Lianna Brinded at Business Insider notes that weak men are screwing feminism up: The gender pay gap is narrowing for millennials — ‘but for the wrong reasons’ Millennial men have earned less than Generation X men in every year between … Continue reading

Posted in Business Insider, Disrespecting Respectability, Economics, Patriarchal Dividend, Pay Gap, Weak men screwing feminism up | 175 Comments

The mysterious male marriage premium.

Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit explains why he left big law: …I looked at the partners and their lives and thought, “this is what it looks like when you win?” But one thing I noticed about a lot of the partners … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Economics, Fatherhood, Marriage, Patriarchal Dividend, Pay Gap, Threatpoint, W. Bradford Wilcox | 230 Comments

The cheating hearts of the patriarchal cartel.

Following up on yesterday’s post, it is entirely possible that the employers of the patriarchy: Were legally permitted to discriminate against women. Were socially encouraged to do so. Stated that they were paying men more than they paid women for … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Feminists, Pay Gap, Traditional Conservatives | 70 Comments

Better data/chart on the history of the wage gap.

As I noted in the discussion of the last post, the data I presented is from feminists.  Specifically, Infoplease states that the source of the data I used for the chart on the previous page is from The National Committee on … Continue reading

Posted in Data, Economics, Feminists, Pay Gap | 8 Comments