Category Archives: Economics

Women’s Labor Force Participation Hits New Low since 1989

In March 2015 women’s labor force participation rate in the 25 to 54 year old age group was at 73.4%; the lowest level since July 1989, the most recent date when women’s labor force participation was that low. Women’s labor … Continue reading

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Response to “What If Something Happens To Your Husband?” at Simple Southern Spirit

Jojo at Simple Southern Spirit has written an article at her website titled “What If Something Happens To Your Husband?” that I wish to respond to. The below essay is written in the style of a response to Jojo’s article: … Continue reading

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Woman Hating and the Bad Economy

Body Crimes, a feminist, wrote an interesting article titled “Is economic distress leading to a sharp rise in women hating?” that promotes a hypothesis I don’t think I’ve heard advocated before; that it is the bad economy (presumably especially since … Continue reading

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