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    Pornhub’s female audience goes down during Women’s March

    27 Jan, 2017

    Donald Trump wasn’t the only person upset by the Women’s March last Saturday, with pornography website PornHub reporting a drop of about 2 million in its female traffic as hundreds of thousands took to the streets in an unprecedented protest.

    PornHub reports that women account for 26 percent of the site’s overall 64 million daily visits. Female viewership dropped 6.4 percent below its average Saturday afternoon numbers, and by Saturday evening it had fallen 8.2 percent below the average figures.

    Pornhub’s graph of its Saturday US traffic
    illustrates the stark difference in male and female users to the site, as the Women’s March brought an estimated 500,000 protesters onto the streets of several major cities.

    While there was a drop in traffic across the board, male traffic to the site reached its lowest point on Saturday night, falling 4.3 percent. Female traffic experienced more dramatic falls during the course of day.

    Despite Washington DC drawing the biggest crowds for the Women’s March, Los Angeles experienced the most dramatic dip in traffic, falling 22 percent below its average PornHub viewership.



    This shows what kind of women are marching for "women's rights", and these signs show what kind of women these Muslim women join hands in their feminist movement.

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    Feminist Writer Closes Off Twitter After Saying She’s Cool with Sacrificing Innocent Men to Fight Sexual Misconduct

    by Ronn Blitzer - November 22nd, 2017

    Teen Vogue columnist and feminist Emily Lindin posted a series of tweets Tuesday night about false sexual harassment and assault allegations against men. Her hot take: she’s fine with it. “I’m actually not at all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs over false sexual assault/harassment allegations,” Lindin said at the beginning of a string of comments. Her Twitter profile has gone private since then, as the response hasn’t exactly been kind, but here’s a screenshot of the opening remark.

    Lindin went on to explain that such situations don’t occur very often. “First, false allegations VERY rarely happen, so even bringing it up borders on a derailment tactic. It’s a microscopic risk in comparison to the issue at hand (worldwide, systemic oppression of half the population),” she tweeted,

    Lest one think that her lack of concern is solely due to these things not happening, Lindin made it very clear she believes that even when innocent men are ruined by false allegations, it’s all worth it for the greater good.

    “The benefit of all of us getting to finally tell the truth + the impact on victims FAR outweigh the loss of any one man’s reputation,” she said, adding, “If some innocent men’s reputations have to take a hit in the process of undoing the patriarchy, that is a price I am absolutely willing to pay.”

    Forget about due process or “innocent until proven guilty.” Lindin apparently feels that these are useless obstacles in the way of tearing down the real monsters, and if actual good people’s lives are damaged while bringing down the bad guys, she has no problem with them being martyrs for the cause.

    Lindin justifies this by saying that countless women have been unfairly harmed, so it’s fair play if a man suffers too.

    “How many of our reputations have suffered unfairly? How many of our lives have ALREADY BEEN destroyed because of physical violence against us? Why was that acceptable, but now one man’s (potentially) unfair loss of a career opportunity is not?”

    CNN’s Jake Tapper was among the many to respond to the tweet storm.

    After his snarky comment was met with doubt as to whether he really read Lindin’s whole rant, Tapper responded:



    This is feminism!!! They believe that women have been oppressed for thousands of years by the men and still are oppressed. They lie about everything to spread their hate ideology. More women are falsely accused of rape than are not, unlike what she claims. This is what "Muslim" feminists believe also, about men and Muslim men.

    If there were Islamic Shariah in place then these false rape accusers would be given the Hadd punishment of either flogging (if they're single) or stoning to death (if they're married) because they have admitted to that sin since they have not proved the man to be guilty.

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    Feminist Calls for Killing All Men and Male Babies

    GENDERCIDE Unhinged feminist YouTuber issues crazed call for women to 'kill all male babies and any man you see in the streets'

    by MATHEW GROWCOOT - 24th January 2017

    Jenny McDermott made the shocking comments in a video posted on her YouTube channel entitled: "#KILLALLMEN.

    The 33-year-old said:
    "I'm sick of being a baby factory that produces more men, that in the future will subjugate me. So the only answer to that is to kill male babies and just kill any man you see in the street."

    She continues: "We want the species to go on but only with women in it. So that's what we have to do."

    Jenny has a history of making controversial videos and has had her YouTube channels removed in the past.

    In other videos Jenny appears with completely different hair and clothing style and admits to being a troll. She says: "I like to do it because I want you to question why you think what you think and why you assert your beliefs all the time."

    The kill all men video was posted last summer but has re-surfaced this month and sparked great debate on the internet.

    Posted on other YouTube channels, Jenny's video has amassed over 200,000 views.

    video: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/269039...n-the-streets/

    The Pussy Hat: A Symbol of Hate

    By Helen Smith - February 3, 2017

    A Judge Wears Feminist Symbol to Court, Raises Questions About Her 'Fairness' Toward Men -- City Says It's Legal:

    Just over a week ago, thousands of women flooded the streets in cities all across the United States - and in several other countries - to march for equality, and against President Trump.

    Many carried signs bearing slogans, and still more wore pink knitted hats with cat ears sewn into them, nicknamed "p***y hats":...

    But once the Women's March was over, what became of all the hats? One appeared on the head of Travis County, Texas, Judge Sarah Eckhardt - while she sat in her courtroom.

    And America wasn't sure what kind of a message that sent to anyone - especially men - who might find themselves in Eckhardt's court:...

    But once the question was raised, ABC affiliate KVUE looked into the situation and reported:

    In Travis County, the "County Judge" position is an elected role. The winner of the election oversees the commissioners court and is in many ways a commissioner themselves.

    Similar to a City Council and mayor relationship, the County Judge acts as the head of the Commissioners and county government.

    KVUE's Jason Puckett reached out to multiple county departments to verify that this behavior was acceptable and found that almost every source he spoke with agreed - Eckhardt is in the clear.

    The County Attorney officially said they have not received any sort of complaint at this time.

    When asked to comment on the story, County Judge Eckhardt's office said "No Comment".

    KVUE's Puckett explained that Eckhardt, rather than functioning as a judge in the traditional sense, was more like the mayor of the county - and that she ran for and was elected to that position as a Democrat.

    Okay, I see. She is a Democrat and therefore it's okay to be a man-hater, got it. She should not be allowed to have men before her in a courtroom as one has to question whether or not she could possibly be fair or impartial. The hatred of men is so ingrained that that this liberal area doesn't have a problem with a symbol of hate on a judge's head.

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    Would Prophet Yusuf (a.s.) Get To Say #MeToo?


    Groundhog day

    I was not going to write about the #MeToo campaign. The hashtag at first seemed to bring catharsis for some women and men speaking about their sexual harassment traumas openly (although reliving trauma on social media was itself traumatic for some). Predictably, the campaign quickly revealed deep contradictions, hypocrisy, and false virtue, and failed to provide any solutions to the root cause of the problem.

    Like other hashtag campaigns in the past, the #MeToo campaign against sexual harassment in Westernised societies would not effect any change as long as its campaigners remained in denial about the social causes behind the problem. Some Muslims also participated in the campaign and joined in the mass chanting the modern-day hymn of hashtagging, with little thought on how Islam could solve the problem, let alone any thought to advocating it as an alternative solution for the world’s sexual harassment problem.

    The Princess and the Pea

    One of the most obvious problems within the #MeToo campaign is the wilful conflation by some, of mild negative experiences with much more serious and disturbing ones. For example, one actress receiving a work-related rejection email claimed it was in the same category as being sexually assaulted. [1]

    This level of conflation is not unique to the #MeToo campaign but is typical of gender-centric political activisms championed by feminists. Consider for example, reports of a number of “allegations” against men in the media following the #MeToo, which range from “flirting” and “weird lunch dates” as being somehow in the same category as rape, assault, stalking, and physical violence. [2]

    These lesser claims serve only to dilute genuine sexual assault with general-life-things-like-a-rejection-letter and only serves to ridicule the trauma of those who have experienced serious violations, making it even harder to tackle the skepticism with which victims are often treated.


    Although many women outed their stories of having been abused or harassed, many men did, too, and some women even reported female perpetrators behind their abuse.

    Yet, men’s accounts did not garner the same level of sympathy or solidarity, with some feminists[4] even rejecting the inclusion of abuse stories against men (Alyssa Milano[5], who initiated the Twitter hashtag, seemed to condone this rejection). It was as if it would somehow detract from the female experience, or draw attention to the reality that this was not a problem with men or male power, but a problem with people. In fact, the “correct” thing expected in response to the campaign seemed to be for men to say, #IWillChange (but, curiously, not women, despite being perpetrators of sexual harassment and abuse being from both sexes).

    Does Prophet Yusuf (a.s.) get to say #metoo?

    For Muslims, it is worth reminding ourselves of a particular account from the Qur’an: the story of Zulaikha and Joseph (Yusuf) (a.s.).

    Prophet Yusuf (a.s.), is narrated to have undergone several ordeals in his life. In one, he finds himself as a slave serving in the household of a high-ranking official in Egypt, known as Al-Aziz, the husband of Zulaikha. Zulaikha is reported to have been a woman of beauty and, owing to her station, a woman of power and prominence as well. Yusuf (a.s.) is reported to have been a uniquely and remarkably handsome man and this became the cause of one of his ordeals.

    As is reported, Zulaikha found herself intensely attracted to Yusuf (a.s.) and, unable to restrain herself from him, she one day maneuvered Yusuf (a.s.) into a room and closed the doors, saying “Come, you!”, as if to order her slave. Yusuf (a.s.) rejected her sexual advances, despite the lure of her beauty, and turned to flee the room. Yusuf (a.s.) ran to the door, and Zulaikha chased him, reaching for Yusuf (a.s.) and grabbed his shirt from the back, tearing it, when suddenly they found her husband at the door (Qur’an, 12:23-25).

    They both tried to clear themselves of blame, with Zulaikha accusing Yusuf (a.s.) of intending to rape her, and Yusuf (a.s.) denying this. Neither of their accounts was the basis for Al-Aziz’s judgment, though. Instead, material evidence was used to determine blame: if Yusuf’s (a.s.) shirt was torn from the front then he was lying and, if torn from the back, then Zulaikha was lying. Of course, it was found to be torn from the back and Zulaikha was admonished by her husband and told to repent for her deeds.

    The first part of this Qur’anic story points to the understanding that sexual assault can occur regardless of time, place, or culture – and that women can also be perpetrators.

    Zulaikha is so adamant to clear her reputation about her actions toward Yusuf (a.s.) that, even after she is reprimanded, she arranges what is in effect a public viewing of Yusuf (a.s.). Inviting a group of women to her home, she orders Yusuf (a.s.) to come out in front of them. The women who are gathered there effectively ogle him and swoon over him saying, “How perfect is God! This is not a mortal, this is nothing but a noble angel!” (Qur’an, 12:31). Zulaikha uses this viewing to try to show them that she acted the way that she did because he was so attractive. Having proved her point, she triumphantly says “That, then, is the one concerning whom you blame me. I certainly sought to seduce him but he firmly refused” (Qur’an, 12:32) - (i.e. ’Can you blame me? Look at him!’).

    Yusuf (a.s.) now facing the tempting lust not just of the beautiful Zulaikha, but of all of her company calls upon His Creator saying, “My Lord, prison is more to my liking than that to which they are inviting me. And if You do not turn away their plot from me, I might incline toward them and thus be among the ignorant” (Qur’an, 12:33).

    The Qur’an goes on to report that Zulaikha later accepts the blame for what happened. She says, “And I do not acquit myself. Indeed, the soul is a persistent enjoiner of evil, except those upon which my Lord has mercy. Indeed, my Lord is Forgiving and Merciful.” In other words, she is not trying to justify what she did, but she is pointing out her human fallibility. Indeed, if Yusuf (a.s.), a Prophet no less, feared giving in to these influences, what does that mean for the rest of humanity?

    Whilst some ascetics praise Zulaikha’s burning love as a symbol for divine love[23], if a Muslim man today, being no prophet, lamented the temptations of women around him as Yusuf (a.s.) did, he probably would not receive the mercy or consideration from feminists that Zulaikha received in the Qur’an, but only be blamed for being a male.

    By identifying that Yusuf (a.s.) was handsome, and by narrating that this was the quality that affected Zulaikha so strongly, would Muslims who have adopted Western gender politics say that the Qur’an was “victim-blaming” Yusuf (a.s.)? No (I hope not). This is because it is clear that the Qur’an is merely reminding us of the weakness that exists in humans, and not just men, but women, too; how beauty and attraction can corrupt even those of virtue and good standing.

    Some may read this account and think that this is an example of where a sexual assault is committed due to being in a position of power, even if they concede that it does not always have to be a man. However, this account, and by Zulaikha’s own testimony, shows that being in a position of power is not the cause, but merely an opportunity some exploit. The real culprit is human weakness and corruption in the face of temptation.

    Human fallibility has always existed but, in the modern day, secular liberalism ignores this and unwittingly unleashes people’s weaknesses rather than their virtues.

    full article @ https://zarafaris.com/2017/10/25/would-prophet-yusuf-ﷺ-get-to-say-metoo/

    [23] - My Soul is a Woman, by Anne Marie Schimmel

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    Gender pay gap in modelling industry sees women earn 75% more than men

    by Charlie Teather

    While the BBC may be in hot water for the gender disparity highlighted in its recent salary report, there has been little said about the state of pay within the fashion industry.

    A new study, however, has shed some light on the situation - and women come out on top.

    Reportedly earning around 75% more than their male counterparts, women make up 9 of the top 10 highest earning models in British fashion.

    Losing her place in the top spot is Kate Moss, who has been overtaken financially by friend and model 19 years her junior Cara Delevingne. Earning £8 million a year, Delevingne has the power of Instagram to thank for her £22,000 a day salary according to new research conducted by lingerie brand Bluebella based on catwalk day rates and commercial deals. With over 40 million Instagram followers - compared to Moss's agency account's 631,000 - the 24-year-old model-turned-actress dominates a more influential arena on social media, rendering her more attractive to advertisers. Landing the second spot was new mother Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who reportedly earned £6.5 million last year with thanks, in part, to her 7.6 million Instagram followers. According to the research, Moss took third spot and earns around £5 million.

    Top Model Earnings
    Model Earnings Gender
    1. Cara Delevingne £ 8 million Female
    2. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley £ 6.5 million Female
    3. Kate Moss £ 5 million Female
    4. David Gandy £ 4 million Male
    5. Naomi Campbell £ 3million Female
    6. Georgia May Jagger £ 2.5 million Female
    7. Edie Campbell £ 2 million Female
    8. Jourdan Dunn £ 1.75 million Female
    9. Erin O'Connor £ 1.5 million Female
    10. Lottie Moss £ 1 million Female

    Fourth place went to the first, and only, male model on the list. David Gandy reportedly makes £4 million.

    Fifth place went to 47-year-old Naomi Campbell who earns around £3 million annually. Sixth place went to Georgia May Jagger - reportedly on £2.5 million - while Edie Campbell came in seventh on £2 million. Jourdan Dunn came eighth place - reportedly on £1.75 million - ahead of Erin O'Connor's £1.5 million. Taking tenth spot on the list is Kate Moss's younger half sister Lottie. Signed to Storm Models, the same agency that discovered Kate, the 19-year-old is reportedly already on a salary of £1 million.



    You will never hear feminists complain about the "wage gap" where women out earn men; fashion and porn industry being on top of that list. You will hear them complain about not enough women in boardrooms but you will never hear them complain about the lack of women in high hazard (eg mining, lumber, fishing, etc) careers.

    BBC pay review will give men more rises than women

    January 31 2018

    A piece by Matthew Moore (Media Correspondent) on the front page of today’s Times, emphases ours:

    More men than women will receive salary rises at the BBC after managers carried out a review of presenter pay to address allegations of discrimination from female staff members.

    Nearly 200 on-air staff will be entitled to automatic pay boosts as the corporation looks to impose a clear structure for talent salaries for the first time. The broadcaster was forced to take action after dozens of female staff complained that they were earning less than male colleagues.

    However, the “fair and transparent” framework announced yesterday will benefit a larger number of men than women. Analysis by the auditors PwC identified 98 male presenters and 90 female presenters who are entitled to a rise because their salaries are below the new pay ranges for their roles.

    The prospect of male presenters being awarded larger salaries threatens to inflame tensions within the corporation at a time when many women staff feel that their complaints about pay inequality are not being taken seriously.

    Lord Hall of Birkenhead, the BBC’s director-general, and Sir David Clementi, its chairman, will be questioned today on the proposals by MPs. The development comes after Carrie Gracie resigned this month as China editor, accusing the BBC of illegal gender discrimination and reviving the pay dispute.

    The PwC review of 824 presenters’ salaries found that the BBC’s excessive respect for established male stars, combined with a lack of consistency and transparency, was to blame for on-air pay “anomalies”. There was no evidence of unlawful gender bias, however: the 6.8 per cent gender pay gap among presenters was smaller than its overall figure of 9.3 per cent.

    The worst disparities occurred in lower-profile presenting roles. Among the top tier of hosts and correspondents, the gender pay gap was 0.4 per cent. Some male stars, including John Humphrys, have agreed to a pay cut.


    This is, perhaps the only, good thing about feminism. It's letting men know their true value and worth and so men can now finally be compensated according to their real worth instead of being undervalued and underpaid, and the women can finally be compensated for their worth instead being over valued and over paid.

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    A Female-Led Construction Company Built The Florida Bridge That Collapsed

    By Alisha Sherron - March 16, 2018

    Florida has been having its bad stroke of luck as of late. First the horrible tragedy in Parkland, and now this;
    Florida International University’s “instant bridge,” spontaneously collapsing earlier on Thursday. The two companies responsible for the poorly constructed bridge were MCM and Figg, both have a sketchy history when it comes to construction, but for today’s purposes, we’re going to focus on MCM, because there’s a valuable lesson that can be learned here.

    That lesson is this; there are some things that women shouldn’t do. There are some things women can’t do. One of these is construction.

    Though MCM is owned by five brothers, a lot of people one rung down the ladder from them are women. Some of the construction workers are even women. How ironic is it then, that earlier this month,
    MCM was slapped with a lawsuit for hiring “incompetent, inexperienced, unskilled or careless employees.” Fox reports:

    "The company is building an expansion to Fort Lauderdale International Airport and a worker there was injured when a makeshift bridge collapsed under his weight, the lawsuit says, according to the Winston Salem-Journal."

    Leonor Flores, FIU alumna, and
    MCM project exec says her number one priority when building bridges is to make sure they look pretty. Nothing else matters:

    “It’s very important for me as a woman and an engineer to be able to promote that to my daughter because I think women have a different perspective. We’re able to put in an artistic touch and we’re able to build too.”

    No. You can’t build things.
    The bridge collapsed for no other reason than terrible structure. Though the death toll is currently at six, police say that the number is likely to rise. But no, let’s talk about how strong and powerful these women are. This company prides itself on how many women they hire, saying that it’s a big step towards gender equality. That’s not working out so far, is it?

    There’s a reason you don’t hear about women in construction; they’re not very good at it, and quite frankly, they don’t want to be.
    Women in MCM promote feminism when it’s convenient; when everybody’s looking tough and ready to conquer the world in their construction hat. But when their projects fail, and lives are lost, everyone wants to focus on all the men in the company. Nobody, not them or the mainstream media is talking about all these women and how they dropped the ball. None of them want to take responsibility, and that makes both the media and these women spineless cowards.

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    Parents Raising a Boy As a Girl

    Are parents justified in choosing to view their son as a "gender-creative child" – or, to put it plainly, in raising him as a girl? This is exactly what some close friends of ours have decided to do. Their son is now six years old. They claim that he was actually supposed to be a girl, and is, except for the male genitalia. Needless to say, we're rather shocked by all of this. What's more, we don't know exactly what to tell these friends when they ask for our opinion or advice. Do you have any insights to offer?

    What's especially sad and disturbing about this situation is that it reflects an increasingly common attitude. More and more we find ourselves living in a society where certain elements of the culture want to argue that gender differences are unreal "cultural constructs." Many people want to argue that distinctions between "male" and "female" don't really matter. They claim that they're simply two options among many different expressions of human sexuality. According to this perspective, we can restructure and re-engineer these diverse expressions of sexuality on the basis of personal preference and choice.

    Perhaps you heard the news story about the Canadian couple who are determined to raise a "genderless" child, or the other one about the Swedish parents who have stirred up a controversy by refusing to reveal whether their two-and-a-half-year-old is a girl or a boy. The claim your friends have made is yet another variation on this same theme: "Our son was actually supposed to be a girl, and is, except for the male genitalia." That's a bit like saying, "The sky is actually supposed to be yellow, and is, except for the fact that it's blue."

    You won't be surprised to learn that we take issue with this perspective here at Focus on the Family. We understand that in a broken and fallen world there is room for confusion about sexual identity in certain individuals. We're also aware of the existence of certain rare medical conditions such as Turner Syndrome(X), Klinefelter Syndrome (XXY), Kallman Syndrome, Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, or Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (note: this group comprises an extremely small portion of the population – about .018 percent). Since your question didn't mention any obvious physical symptoms, we're assuming that the boy in question doesn't fall into this category.

    In spite of such abnormalities, we remain convinced that a boy is a boy and a girl is a girl. We believe that God intentionally made mankind male and female. It's precisely our gendered humanity that reflects His image in all its fullness (Genesis 1:26, 27). We hold to the biblically based view that an individual's sex is determined by the Creator, that it's a vital part of who he or she is, physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually. We believe that parents have a divinely ordained responsibility to respect that design and raise their boys and girls to become healthy men and women, both inside and out. For a closer look at this subject, we can make no better recommendation than Glenn T. Stanton's book Secure Daughters, Confident Sons: How Parents Guide Their Children into Authentic Masculinity and Femininity.


    This is a BOY that Actress Charlize Theron is raising as a GIRL

    TransGender Dynamics - Facing Reality

    Either you are a boy or a girl based on your DNA and biological fact.

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    Feminist UA Professor rebuked after vowing to boost female students' grades to offset gender imbalances


    University of Akron officials this week
    blocked a professor from carrying out his plan to raise female students' grades as part of what he called a "national movement to encourage female students to go to information sciences."

    According to school officials, Liping Liu, an information systems analysis and design teacher who has worked at the university since 2001, said in an email to students:

    "FYI, your grade has been sent to the university registrar. The following categories of students may see their grades raised one level or two: Female students (it is a national movement to encourage female students to go to information sciences)."

    Liu added that there might be other beneficiaries: "Students who had earned scores in exams (especially final exams) demonstrating a higher performance than their calculated ones; Students who attended class but missed reporting attendance (as long as I can tell)."

    University officials caught wind of the email and nixed the plan.

    "Everything should be based on hard work, and I don’t think that women need a crutch to get into science."

    "While the professor's stated intention of encouraging female students to go into the information sciences field may be laudable, his approach as described in his email was clearly unacceptable," university provost and executive vice president Rex Ramsier said in a statement.

    "The University of Akron follows both the law and its policies and does not discriminate on the basis of sex," the statement continued. "The professor in question has been advised accordingly, and he has reaffirmed his commitment to adhering to these strict standards."

    Several University of Akron students interviewed by FOX-8 Cleveland said they were disappointed by the professor's plan.

    “I guess you could say it’s a noble thing to do, like you want to incorporate more women into the field," said senior psychology major Samiyyah Ceaso. "However, at the same time, it’s completely unacceptable and no professor should."

    Michalla Gordon, a nursing student, told FOX-8 that "everything should be based on hard work, and I don’t think that women need a crutch to get into science."

    “I think it’s a good idea executed poorly," Milos Kupusovic, a junior communications major, told the station. "I definitely think we need more women in the STEM fields, but I don’t think that’s the right way of going at it."

    According to FOX-8, 68 students -- nine female -- are majoring in information systems at the University of Akron in the Spring 2018 semester.

    The episode isn't the first time female students at a major university have gotten a gender-related edge over their peers. Prestigious Oxford University in Britain extended exam times in a bid to improve women's scores, reports in January said.

    Students taking math and computer science tests in the summer of 2017 were given an additional 15 minutes to finish, according to the documents obtained by the London Times.


    It's really not that hard to figure it out, if you don't have the brains for stem fields then don't go into it. Which is exactly what the majority of the females do. Those who do go into it don't get special treatment as if being a female is a handicap or something. If you want to "encourage" females to go into sciences then raise them to study those fields rather then worry about beauty and fashion and following the kardashians.

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    Feminist Run Al-Jazeera Fake News

    This is how this feminist run channel lies about women criminals and Pakistan.

    According to people who were there when this happened:

    This woman killed her younger brother and her parents; robbed her parents of their retirement savings and when caught admitted to the crime and implicated her BF. The BF was also arrested and in prison for 20 years but there is no mention of him in this fake story by this fake channel.



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