The Fundamental Premise (introduced to a curious world on this blog) states that the biological reality of women’s higher reproductive value relative to men’s results in an inborn psychological bias in both sexes that manifests in favoritism toward women and indifference toward the plight of men, at the individual and societal levels.
Institutions will, over time, take on the complexion of this innate bias favoring women, and the smallest inconveniences women suffer are blown up into national emergencies while grave insults that are suffered predominately by men are minimized in their significance, ignored, or cruelly inverted to lay blame for that suffering on men and to make restitution demands for women who are the “real victims”.
Now the World’s Foremost Newspaper of Record has broken ranks and defied the cuntventional wisdom to report on a global study showing that men are the real victims of sex-based discrimination.
Men are disadvantaged in 91 countries compared to 43 nations for women
The UK, the US and Australia all discriminate against men more, a study claims
Italy, Israel and China are harder environments for women, researchers say
Scientists created the Basic Index of Gender Inequality to assess inequality
Closer the BIGI score is to zero the greater the level of equality is in the country
The UK, the US and Australia all discriminate against men more whereas Italy, Israel and China are harder environments for women, according to the study.
Researchers say this is due to men receiving harsher punishments for the same crime, compulsory military service and more occupational deaths than women.
Those are coarse metrics, but the Fundamental Premise acts on innumerable, less conspicuous social dynamics shaping the life outcomes and well-being of men and women.
The study was carried out by the University of Essex and the University of Missouri-Columbia and published in the journal Plos One.
Scientists created a database which deciphers a nation’s discrimination called the Basic Index of Gender Inequality (BIGI).
The closer the BIGI score is to zero the greater the level of equality is in the country.
Zero is a perfect score, indicating absolute parity between the genders – and Italy came the closest with a score of 0.00021. Slightly favouring males.
The top ranked nation to favour women over men is claimed to be Saudi Arabia, with a score of -0.001554.
If it is a negative number it indicates females are better off and if the BIGI score is positive it shows males are less discriminated against.
I doubt any regular readers of the Chateau are surprised by this study’s findings that the Anglocuck nations (where post-sanity feminism and the divorce industrial complex were invented) are the most discriminatory against men and their interests.
Professor Stoet also believes the complexity of the Global Gender Gap Index makes it difficult to distinguish whether gender differences are the result of social inequalities or personal preference.
The simpler BIGI method, he says, is a much sounder alternative.
He said: ‘No existing measure of gender inequality fully captures the hardships that are disproportionately experienced by men in many countries and so they do not fully capture the extent to which any specific country is promoting the wellbeing of all its citizens.
Hillary Clinton would call Professor Stoet a misogynist while cavalierly dismissing the premature deaths of millions of opioid-addicted deplorable men in the heartland.
PS The Sex Pay Gap is a lie. I’ll keep saying it until the media stops credulously reporting on it as if it hadn’t already been debunked a thousand times.