Paleo Retiree writes:
Shouldn’t the anti-stereotyping crowd be more worked-up than they are about the habit bookstores have of segregating some magazines into “Men’s Interest” and “Women’s Interest” sections? Isn’t it unfair to make — no, to impose — the claim that one group of people (“men”) is mainly interested in hot babes, gadgets and sports, while another group of people (“women”) is fascinated by weight loss, food, makeup and fashions? How are men and women who don’t conform to these stereotypes supposed to feel when they pass by a magazine stand? And where is the section devoted to magazines for the Trans set anyway?
What we have here, it strikes me, is an ingrained cultural habit as onerous as dressing girl babies in pink and boy babies in blue. What I want to know is: Where are the protestors?
- Does Google’s auto-complete search feature need to be censored?
- HBDChick explains the main reason why we should always expect different populations to have different bundles of strengths and weaknesses. To cut to the chase: “Thanks to natural selection, genetic differences between populations having had long histories of developing in different types of environments are inevitable.” Simple as that.