Tuesday, August 21, 2018

NY TImes promotes dubious sexism studies

The NY Times keeps publishing articles with supposedly scientific data on how sexism is harmful to women. Recent examples are A ‘Generationally Perpetuated’ Pattern: Daughters Do More Chores and How Sexism Follows Women From the Cradle to the Workplace:
New economic research suggests that the attitudes toward a woman when she is born have a lasting impact on how much she works, and earns, as an adult.
But these worthless studies hardly show anything, except that some women value being a housewife and homemaker, and those women do more house work and less work-for-hire outside the home.

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