- Associate Professor, 1986-99; Assistant Professor, 1980-86, Clark University
- Visiting Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh, Semester at Sea, 1987-88
- Instructor, University of Massachusetts Boston, 1978-80
In this year’s Super Bowl, there were far fewer ads catering to the male gaze, and many promoting women’s causes. However, Sports Illustrated published its swimsuit issue just days after. Are gender scholars right to be offended.
Men and women are different in important respects. The differences appear to be based on a combination of biological and cultural forces.
The United States is not a rape culture, but it is a gender propaganda culture.
Journalists at NPR and the Center for Public Integrity are responsible for creating a moral panic over campus rape.
We don’t live in a rape culture, but we do inhabit a culture saturated with gender propaganda. Call it a Ms.Information culture. Nowhere is Ms.Information more rampant than in the area of sexual assault.
The recent Rolling Stone story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia has fallen apart. But why was it so easy for so many to believe it?
Matt Taylor is a key member of a team that managed to land a space probe on a faraway comet moving more than 100,000 miles per hour. But for many gender activists, it was the allegedly sexist shirt he wore at a press conference that riveted their attention. Are the sciences steeped in sexism?
The New York catcalling video has attracted more than 33 million views. Some say stopping the verbal assault of women is the new frontier for human rights—and they see this video as a tool in raising awareness.
The Gamergate controversy has brought genders issues, ethical issues and harassment issues to the forefront. This debate has also sparked threats against both men and women in the gaming industry.
You may have heard about an army of male gamers marching under a banner called GamerGate. According to some reporters, this “lynch mob” will stop at nothing to defend its sexist turf. Is video game culture toxic?