Hey folks, thought you'd be interested in something that came across the front page of reddit:
TLDR: Yahoo's been laying off males as fast as they can kick them out. In three years alone management has gone from less than 20% female to over 80% female.
Body: As the title states, yahoo's being sued over male discrimination. They've been systematically laying off men (the CEO decided to ban the word "layoff", choosing "remixing" instead), for a few years now. As it stands, three years earlier, the manager tier consisted of less than 20% female, and in three years alone that's shifted to over 80%. Plenty of solid comments from the blue pill folks in the subreddits.
Here's one that I pulled out for you guys from news:
"Because they are told it's true in college and anyone that questions it is a sexist who hates women. Also most people don't question statistics (especially ones that challenge the Feminist narrative) in general. It's like the "1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted in college" statistic. That comes from a non-scientific poll conducted at Women's centers from colleges that voluntarily responded in the mid-90s (1994-1995 school year I think). So among women who happened to visit Women's Centers at certain colleges who happened to respond to a voluntarily poll reported that 1 in 4 of them experienced sexual assault. More than 20 years ago. Add on to it that one of the the questions that triggered the "was sexually assaulted" lever was asking whether or not a boyfriend ever did anything in the bedroom that you didn't want to happen and made you feel uncomfortable... so if your boyfriend ever slaps your ass while in bed or something of the like and you didn't enjoy it, you were "sexually assaulted". My statistics class in college did a whole thing on it (this was a decade ago) and the professor had to publicly apologize for it. All he did was show how unscientific and unrealistic the statistic was, and used it to show the class how easily oft-repeated statistics can be incredibly misleading. Consider that women who are in the Women's centers are probably more likely to have experienced trauma. Consider the misleading, vague questioning. The voluntary sample (as opposed to random). And the fact that the women who participated in the polling are now in their 40s. Why is it still repeated as unquestioned fact that 1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted in college? If it's a Feminist statistic you don't question it. And if you do, you're a sexist. They'd rather fear-monger than tell the facts as they are because the fear-mongering helps get their message out and perpetuate support for their groups."
Obviously, that's not a representative sample, but I like seeing the pushback against the feminist bullshit outside of TRP.
Conclusion: feminism is about shifting power, not equality.