Male Role Models Are Not Necessary, Says Professor —

Academia says male role models are overrated: “For one thing, there is not much substantive evidence that male role models are decisive in healthy boys’ development,” Michael Kimmel writes in the December 15, 2017 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education. “They might be nice to have, but the male role model–the elementary-school teacher, the…


lol  Everyone should be eloi. Shame on you.

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5 Responses to Male Role Models Are Not Necessary, Says Professor —

  1. MaddMedic says:

    Gimme a break…Look how well it’s worked for those Mom led families. Especially in places like Chicago…

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  2. MaddMedic says:

    Reblogged this on Freedom Is Just Another Word… and commented:
    Even as research shows single moms routinely have higher rates of criminality among offspring. Notice how this is kind of like competing without competing. He is imploring others to do things which will render them failures. Feminists do the same things, when they tell pretty young girls to eschew makeup, engage in promiscuity, and reject commitment to family. This is a competitive strategy for losers who are trolling with bad ideas to defeat those who are too stupid to ignore them.

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  3. JCscuba says:

    If you want your children and grand children to grow up smarter with the ability to learn and use critical thinking skills avoid going into debt by sending them to a 4 year university. Jr. College for two years or trade schools are a viable option. With today’s car’s and appliances being computerized It’s unlikely a person can invite a trained technician to take a look at your problem for under 80 dollars. Thank’s for visiting my site. J.C.

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