Yes, yes, yes. Everyone gets more time, but the only people who need more time are women. Because the womyns can’t handle the pressure. Because the womyns are equal.
It’s rather like giving free tampons to everyone. Everyone gets free tampons but only the women need them.
Students taking maths and computer science examinations in the summer of 2017 were given an extra 15 minutes to complete their papers, after dons ruled that “female candidates might be more likely to be adversely affected by time pressure”.
There was no change to the length or difficulty of the questions.
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CLARIFICATION: This article’s original headline, “Oxford gives women more time to pass exams”, has been changed to further clarify that although exam times have been extended specifically to help women do better, all students will benefit from the extra time allowed.
As I’ve said many times, and as the data, stats, and science repeatedly show, most women love getting married but women despise being married.
Once married and past the three-year mark, women stop having sex, start gaining weight, start getting more bitchy and demanding, and exhibit all sorts of problems in the relationship.
It’s true that men also screw up marriages and relationships. No question about that. For years I have stated here on this very blog that most problems relationships encounter within the first year are overwhelmingly men’s fault, so I’m being objective about this. I’ve also stated at most problems caused in live-in relationships / marriages past the three year-mark tend to be caused by women.
Another argument used by women is that women divorce/leave men because men cheat. I understand this argument and I agree that men who promise monogamy long-term monogamy to a woman (which is astoundingly stupid, but that’s another topic) should do what they promise and not cheat on a woman behind her back.
But wait a minute. If women leaving men is usually the man’s fault, why isn’t a man cheating on a woman usually the woman’s fault? I’m being serious here. Women who use this logic need to apply it both ways. If a man’s wife stops having regular sex with him and gains 50 pounds, and he cheats on her, does the wife bear any responsibility for this? If your answer is no, then you can’t turn around and say that all these divorces women initiate are men’s fault. If your answer is yes (and the answer is yes) then you have to admit that many of these divorce women initiate are because of the woman, at least in part.
That’s the problem with this “men cheat all the time!” complaint. It never includes any context. Every time I see some wife of a politician or celebrity on TV crying about how horrible it is her husband cheated on her, my first question is always the same: “How many times in the last 6 months have you had sex with him? Or do you just give him the usual set of wife excuses every time he tried to have sex with you?” Again, men shouldn’t cheat because cheating is lying, but it’s a perfectly relevant question.
State Rep. Steve Lebsock, verbose and eager to defend himself against allegations of sexual harassment for months, raced from the state Capitol, after the House voted 52-9 Friday afternoon to expel him.
While the debate was going on, the Thornton Democrat switched his party affiliation to Republican, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.
That means a vacancy committee of Republicans, not Democrats, will fill the seat.
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Lebsock was accused by five women, led by Rep. Faith Winter, D-Westminster, who accused him of 11 incidents of inappropriate conduct. Winter said a drunk Lebsock pressured her for sex at an end-of-the session party with other lawmakers in May 2016. She filed her formal complaint last November, setting in motion Friday’s vote.
Winter called the outcome historic.
“I am just so happy that this chamber took action and told women that when there’s harassment in this building, there’s accountability,” she said. “So, to all those women out there that were scared to come forward, all those women that didn’t know if their voices were heard, all the women in this building that didn’t know if they could be treated for their minds and their ideas and their policy ideas — you won today. Your voices matter.”
She said it also was courageous. Two male legislators who had stood up to Lebsock, Democratic Reps. Alec Garnett of Denver and Matt Gray of Broomfield, said they wore bulletproof vests because they feared retaliation from Lebsock.
“I love my job, but I love my family more,” Garnett said.
House Speaker Crisanta Duran of Denver said she was thankful to all the legislators, Democrats and Republicans, who “showed to people across the country that it is a new day for women, where women must be evaluated on their hard work, qualifications and merit in the workplace, and we will not — we will not — tolerate harassment.”
The SPLC has officially lost its way. In February, the group designated ROK a hate group. A Voice for Men and Return Of Kings were listed for the first time as “male supremacy groups” on the hate list.
The sole reason given was ROK and AVFM’s “vilification of women.”
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I have visited the civil rights memorial at the SPLC center in Alabama. I was educated by former director Julian Bond. And I have supported the group in the past. But I am also a man. And calling me a hateful man because I strive to improve myself while encouraging and seeking women who are more feminine, traditional, and kind does not cause me to question my beliefs about myself, my culture, or women. It merely causes me to view you as irrelevant and out of touch.
You, SPLC, are the ones who are being hateful. You hate me, as a white man, wanting the same thing my ancestors have had throughout history: a loving, kind, happy, satisfied, feminine woman at my side. You hate not only men, but also women, as you want to twist them into something they are not, encouraging them to be masculine, fat, loud, hostile, lonely, and everything that femininity is not.
Single momhood and broken families are the spearhead of the Fuggernaut.
We fight the Fuggernaut by reminding them of their Ugliness and Lies, not by retreating from our Beauty and Truth to help the Fugs feel welcome in our Elysium (which they will destroy in due time).
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