Wednesday, February 03, 2010

College is for girls

In case anyone still thinks that girls have more limited educational opportunities, they have taken over the colleges:
At age 22, ... 12.8% of women had earned a bachelor's degree, compared with 6.9% of men.
Feminists have moved on to complaining about the orgasm gap:
Women are shattering political glass ceilings, surpassing men in the workforce, and even winning Indy-car races. But there’s one area where the gender gap has proved particularly stubborn.

“The orgasm gap is an inequity that’s as serious as the pay gap, and it’s producing a rampant culture of sexual asymmetry,” says Paula England, a professor of sociology at Stanford University.
I don't think that this is a joke.

Update: The NY Times reports on the college boy shortage:
Thanks to simple laws of supply and demand, it is often the women who must assert themselves romantically or be left alone on Valentine’s Day, ...

Even worse, “Girls feel pressured to do more than they’re comfortable with, to lock it down,” Ms. Lynch said.

As for a man’s cheating, “that’s a thing that girls let slide, because you have to,” said Emily Kennard, a junior at North Carolina. “If you don’t let it slide, you don’t have a boyfriend.”

Faculty members and administrators are well aware of the situation.

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