The Wall Street Journal writer James Taranto called this disparity "no laughing matter" and wrote that it "ought to alarm anyone who cares about America's future." As Taranto explains: "the disproportional number of female high achievers makes it difficult for them to find men who meet their standards of marriageability... If high-status women outnumber high-status men, the women will have a very hard time finding suitable husbands even when they are still young. That would seem to be the future that awaits today's college-educated American women."
Some newspapers, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch, are asking whether colleges and universities ought to adopt affirmative action for men. I think they should, and I'll bet if you took a poll of college women they would agree. I don't believe women want to attend a college that is only 40% men. But of course, the feminists, and feminist organizations such as the American Association of University Women, would not agree, since their goal is to punish men for being part of the so-called patriarchy. Every part of the feminist ideology is hurtful to men, to women, and to children, and I urge you to read my new book The Flipside of Feminism so you won't let feminism ruin your life.
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