Dogma and the Intellectual: How my College Buddy was Blinded by Bias

If you think you can separate the wheat from the chaff with IQ tests and snazzy credentials, prepare to be sorely disappointed: because smart people with MAs and PhDs are often blinded by bias. ––– “The intellectual life has a certain spontaneous character and inner determination. It has also a peculiar poise of its own, […]

Can We Unlearn Social Biases While We Sleep?

We strengthen memories while we sleep, and researchers have found a way to cue that process to help people better retain information that counters implicit biases.

Hey, Gavin McInnes, Men Don’t Get to Say Where Women Are Happier

Naomi Fryers examines the real motives behind Gavin McInnes’s sexist trolling on Fox News when he tells women where they belong.

Prejudice and Bias

The difficult life of being Asian in the Western Universe

Acknowledging the Racism that Saturates Our Nation

Mayor de Blasio kicks off a a battle with NYPD over “The Talk” and Warren Blumenfeld sees a perfect chance to have a similar “Talk” with the nation.

A Perception of Age: Age and Gender Bias in Modern Society

Gender and age bias continue to plague us in every day society. Here’s what we can do to make sure we’re being presented in the best possible way…every day.

The Suffering of Our Privilege

Cameron Conaway suffered from a few days of culture shock when he arrived in Thailand, and a few months of it when he arrived back home to Pennsylvania.

Keith asks, “Is the casual sex marketplace heavily biased against men?”

This is a comment by Keith, John, and John D on the post “On Women and Casual Sex – Part II: Flings, One Night Stands and Same Night Lays”.

The Cross in the Closet: A Review

If you are on the fence about the compatibility of your religion and the LGBTQ community, Timothy Kurek’s “The Cross in the Closet” is a worthwhile read.

“Most think women ‘withholding’ sex must have a good reason, so everything starts with ‘men are wrong’.”

These are comments by FlyingKal and Dan on the post “The Truth about Porn and Relationships”.

The ‘Harriet Potter’ Effect, or Why We Prefer Male Characters

A new study has found that readers show a notable preference for male protagonists.

Behind Enemy Lines

When Aaron Gouveia entered the land of parenting groups, he got the cold shoulder.