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Women and children last

Women’s rights are human rights Dare we even raise the issue of women’s rights today? Both the political left and right answer with a resounding “No.” Are their reasons for this response so different from each other? I answer this...
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How to think, not what to think

Say the wrong word and you are vanished For thirty-five years, I was professor of Psychology at a large, public university. I taught generations of students, worked with scores of academic colleagues and was deeply committed to the mission of...
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I weep for the children

We are denying the next generation the truth, the complexity of life, the beauty of the gifts of the earth When I was young enough to be a member of the “next generation,” I gave little thought to those who...
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An unattractive woman

Speaking of women’s rights I dare to speak of women’s rights today. I anticipate no plaudits, neither applause nor hearty agreement. I anticipate no joy at the realization that there is a feminist at work here. I am accustomed instead,...
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Questioning transgender ideology

We must demand better theory, better research and much more careful practice. Last month I began, in the pages of this magazine, to share my deep concerns about the rapid ingress of the transgender movement into so many of our professional and...
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