>>68309259>>Peterson "Many of the Islamic states that we purport to regard as allies hold values that are antithetical to our system. Saudi Arabia is a classic example of that. I cannot for the life of me understand, except in a psychoanalytic manner, why the radical feminists tolerate the fact that America is allied with the Saudis. It's not much different as far as I'm concerned than it would be if black people wouldn't say anything if America was allied with a black slave owning state"
This doesn't make his comment any less idiotic. Especially since most feminists do not, in fact, like Saudi Arabia's policies.>Quote at 13:10 he's complaining about a specific academic paper. The paper he's trashing includes "A Personal Account" in the title and the content of the paper is *entirely* anecdotal.
Still stupid, since Jordan using that single paper as his basis for disproving anything is kinda ridiculous.>tl;dr is the statistic she paraded forward looks at unequal work (has nothing to do with wanting equal pay for equal work*) and most differences in average pay come from differences in average preferences (especially preferences for work-life balance).
The point of that interview was that these things are unreliable because at the time it was emerging that companies were fudging these numbers, including the one they're actually in the building of.>The second part of that discussion your dude quotes cuts off right before this https://youtu.be/blTglME9rvQ?&t=424
Still buffoonery. Makeup simply isn't an inherently sexual display, any more than wearing a nice suit is.