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Comment: And of course we're STILL going BACKWARDS (Score 1) 24

Mann developed look-through reality mediation/augmentation devices back in the 90s and the technology has progressed easily to the level of mass marketability since then. Yet another "here's a small screen bolted to your head" device is as useful as just hanging my cellphone from a hat.

Comment: Re:Appropriate vocational training (Score 1) 587

I'm well aware of what it means, perhaps you aren't though. You use "MRA" like conspiracy theorists talk about the Jews. Everything bad is because of MRAs, anyone you don't like is an MRA, and anytime they do something you don't like it's because their an MRA.

Comment: Re:As well the ACLU should (Score 1) 587

Yeah a brand spanking new STEM facility and program for girls, who are already utterly dominating virtually all education and already have a 2:1 advantage in tech fields, and "language arts" for the guys. That's TOTALLY equitable. I'm SURE it won't wind up like basically everything else where the girls get amazingly better facilities and the guys get screwed.

Comment: Re:Feminism ruins society again... (Score 1) 587

Because a "seperate but equal" program benefiting the class of people already utterly dominating all of education as a whole is TOTALLY the same as going into the locker room.

Sometimes segregation is okay. They key question is if it will disadvantage your son. Since his mixed school teaches STEM as well, and not being a girl he doesn't have the social problems that make it hard for him to study the subject of his choice, he isn't being disadvantages by this.

You're right, he doesn't have the problems girls face. Instead he has problems so severe that they lead to suicide being the second leading non-accidental cause of death for boys starting at age 10 and boys being barely over 1/3rd of college graduates. Problems like systemic and institutionalized discrimination which excludes him from better facilities, better opportunities, and results in him getting graded worse for the same work and disciplined far more and more harshly.

Comment: Re:Feminism ruins society again... (Score 2) 587

Girls already dominate virtually every aspect of education. They get better grades, better facilities, and better treatment to the point of being nearly 2/3rds of college graduates and having a 2:1 advantage in tech fields post-graduation.

If you can't see how this rampant and blatant inequity is sexist and harmful then your staggeringly skewed perceptions are a living demonstration of exactly the problem.

Comment: Re:I thought we were trying to end sexism? (Score 1) 587

So what you're saying is you believe we need to take drastic steps to address the fact that boys are being systematically discriminated against in virtually every way and girls are given extraordinarily preferential treatment in virtually every way (better grades, better facilities, exclusive opportunities, less discipline and drugging...) to the point that women are nearly 2/3rds of college graduates, have a 2:1 advantage over men in tech fields, and dominate virtually every measure of academic achievement we have?

I'm glad you believe it's time we do something about the extreme sexism and rampant inequity of our education system. What do you propose to do to deal with these problems?

Comment: Re:I thought we were trying to end sexism? (Score 1) 587

The plural of "anecdote" is not "data". The FACTS show that women are so privileged that they have a 2:1 advantage over men in tech fields and are nearly 2/3rds of graduates, which reflects a lifetime of exclusive opportunities and preferential treatment.

Comment: Re:I thought we were trying to end sexism? (Score 2) 587

Yeah girls facilities being better in almost every way to the point of getting private showers while boys are screwed totally isn't sexist at all. They're Seperate But Equal. Women are just more equal than men, so it's a legitimate rap-sorry-discrimination.

Women already get astoundingly preferential treatment throughout the entire education system, which is reflected in their utter domination of virtually every measurable aspect of education up to and including being nearly 2/3rds of college graduates. Meanwhile men are drugged more, punished more and more severely, graded worse, and systematically excluded from opportunities handed to girls on a silver platter.

The harm is there. The harm is proven. It's reflected in graduation rates.

Comment: Re:I thought we were trying to end sexism? (Score 2) 587

Bullshit. People literally can't even try to TALK about fighting the catastrophic suicide rate among men without literal crimes being committed to stop people from entering or shut the entire event down and force everyone to leave. Women have a 2:1 advantage over men in tech fields, are nearly 2/3rds of college graduates before that, and utterly dominate all of education (thanks in large part to extremely preferential treatment) before that.

You will have a head crash on your private pack.

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