My exploration of the fallout from the report suggests that most of its 150 pages of original, detailed, and remarkably prescient observations, especially regarding the real agenda of hard-core masculinists and their dupes, have had little impact on the debate over legitimate questions about the complex dynamics of gender and education.
A controversial report from Status of Women, Canada, called School Success by Gender: A Catalyst for the Masculinist Discourse, examines 612 newspaper and magazine articles on gender and achievement published between 1990 and 2000.
But while mainstream society has come to take these achievements for granted, the extremes of masculinist backlash openly denounce them as ill-gotten gains extorted by "the feminists" -- aided by the governments who fund them, the intellectuals who are duped by them, the media who coddle them, and the sissified men who enable them.
The masculinist version of gender essentialism applied to education is that "boys will be boys," and you damn well better not fool with that.
What really incensed critics of the report was the claim that there could be more than conceptual links between some of the boys-as-victims folks and organized misogyny, and that certain Internet sites were being used as vehicles of masculinist vitriol.
the Bride of Christ) in the new text to "The Church's One Foundation" made on doctrinal grounds or in the spirit of "what's sauce for the gander is sauce for the goose," or because of hordes of masculinists
storming the gates and opening a second front?