of double standards and political correctness


Can women sexually harass men?  Is that even possible?

Back in the summer and into the early autumn of 2000, I was working on a contract in a tech start-up company.  One day, in conversation with a co-worker – a younger man than I but who had been in the workforce for several years – the topic of workplace sexual harassment came up.  He said this to me: “Women sexually harass men all the time.”  He was giving voice to a frustration felt by many men that such female harassment of males is rarely ever discussed, and is thus allowed to continue.  That is a double standard, and it is born out of political correctness.

Last week, we cautioned readers about falling prey to ideological bias.  If you have to filter everything in life through an ideological lens, you will have a distorted perception of reality.  With feminist ideology, men…

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Bloggers sail around the world

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This is a repost of a previous post but I still think it’s accurate.
We bloggers are internet sailors. We try to reach the world by, kind of, sailing around the world, without leaving our own enviroment.

We don’t need an expensive big boat to cross the ocean. We don’t have to fix what’s broken on a boat after a hard saling in full storm. We don’t even have to feel alone, if we don’t want to, of course.

Our posts is like new harbor arrivals. We meet new people and people we met before. We meet and greet and then sail away to discover new blogs.

After a couple of rounds around the world we may notice that we’ve been in several countries and maybe more countries, than we’ve thought.

The stats show us which countries our blog visitors are from. Though I’ve learned that not every view counts…

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