Over the past year, “ban fraternities” has become a battle cry for gender activists who want to eradicate male privilege and reduce rates of campus rape. But will banning fraternities solve the problem?
Recent sexual assault-debates make it seem like a rape culture dominates college campuses around the country. However, is it possible that this is rather the effect of mob “justice” and an unjustified moral panic?
The States of Change: Demographics and Democracy project offers a preview of how the United States might look in 2060.
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.
Covering a story about society and culture? Here’s the latest from AEI’s Society and Culture experts.
It’s not true that women earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns for the same work. Factors such as college major, occupation and length of time in the workplace explain most of the pay gap.
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.