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Barbara Kay: According to data, it’s the males of our society who are in crisis

Melinda needs to take a look at a dramatically eye-opening document, titled “For every 100 girls/Women …” This is a list created in 2011 by Tom Mortenson, senior scholar at the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education in Washington, D.C., and updated to 2019 by researcher Mark J. Perry of the American Enterprise Institute. The chart reveals surprising data-based gender gaps in the general population that illuminate the absurdly narrow metrics governing Melinda’s “power and influence” vision.

The chart shows, for example, that: For every 100 women enrolled in U.S. graduate schools, there are 73 men; for every 100 women who earn a doctor’s degree, there are 90 men; for every 100 girls who repeat kindergarten, there are 145 boys; for every 100 women who die by opioid overdose, there are 212 men; for every 100 women who are homeless and unsheltered, there are 242 men; for every 100 women aged 20-29 who commit suicide, there are 450 men. For every 100 women who die on the job, there are 1,294 men.

https://nationalpost.com/opinion/barbara-kay-according-to-data-its-the-males-of-our-society-who-are-in-crisis

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