Despite fifty or so years of ‘Women’s Liberation,’ apparently women have never had it worse in America. The White House claims that women only make 77 cents for every dollar men make. Feminists claim that 1 out of every 4 women who go to college get raped. It’s just awful being a woman in the United States. But, fortunately, there are a couple of ways of fixing it.
First, the wage gap.
“Every reputable study suggests that working age women earn less than men mostly due to the choices women make in their careers. The scientists know this, the economists know this – even the White House knows this. And so I humbly present my own proposal for closing the gender wage gap, which I hope will not only solve the problem but also satisfy voices on all sides of the argument. As a society, we must begin telling women what subjects they can major in, what colleges they can attend, and what jobs they can take.”– Ashe Schow in A Modest Proposal For Closing The Gender Wage Gap
Now, that problem of rape and whatall.
I’m beginning to believe that women are just too fragile to handle a college environment. Perhaps they should be kept at home until they marry, or at most sent to single-sex finishing schools.
— Glenn Reynolds offering another modest proposal for protecting women against rape culture and trigger alerts now rampant on campuses
Hat Tip: AoSHQ