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Women’s Wages Still Lower Because of Sexist Patriarchy — not.

April 12, 2011
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Press button for more Supremist Feminist propaganda about Equal Pay Day.

There Is No Male-Female Wage Gap

A study of single, childless urban workers between the ages of 22 and 30 found that women earned 8% more than men.

By CARRIE LUKAS

Tuesday is Equal Pay Day—so dubbed by the National Committee for Pay Equity, which represents feminist groups including the National Organization for Women, Feminist Majority, the National Council of Women’s Organizations and others. The day falls on April 12 because, according to feminist logic, women have to work that far into a calendar year before they earn what men already earned the year before.

In years past, feminist leaders marked the occasion by rallying outside the U.S. Capitol to decry the pernicious wage gap and call for government action to address systematic discrimination against women. This year will be relatively quiet. Perhaps feminists feel awkward protesting a liberal-dominated government—or perhaps they know that the recent economic downturn has exposed as ridiculous their claims that our economy is ruled by a sexist patriarchy… click here to read the rest of this excellent article.

To put it better perspective here’s salient parts from today’s press release from the National Organization of Women. They either just don’t get it, don’t care to admit it, know the truth and ignore it, or know the truth and insist on exploiting the lie. Which do you think it is?

For Immediate Release
Contact: Lisa Bennett, 202-628-8669, ext. 123

Gender Wage Gap, Current Threats to Economic Justice Linked
Statement of NOW President Terry O’Neill

April 12, 2011

Today we mark Equal Pay Day, which occurs at a pivotal time for U.S. workers, particularly women. As feminists call attention to the persistent gender wage gap, we would do well to demonstrate its link to the various ways government and big business are breeding economic injustice in this nation…

Currently, women are paid 77 cents on the dollar compared to men. Women workers — full-time, year-round workers, mind you — have been stuck making between 70 and 80 percent of male salaries for two decades now. Equal Pay Day is a vivid reminder of this inequity — it illustrates how far into the new year the average woman must work in order to catch up with what the average man was paid in the previous year. It’s important to note that women of color’s salaries, compounded by race-based discrimination, lag even further behind the average…

Look at these  poor hapless women and their get ahead club for women only. Poor things can hardly afford fuel for their private jets anymore. I imagine they spend most their time on the beach worrying about equal pay for women too.

Then there are the Drunk Damaged Women March On Congress reported by Onion News Network. These damaged women angrily marched on the capitol this afternoon before returning later drunk and crying. The statement these wise women make provides hope that the world may save itself yet from the decease of radical feminism. Now, where did I put that Tequila…

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2 Responses to Women’s Wages Still Lower Because of Sexist Patriarchy — not.

  1. Ray on April 13, 2011 at 7:00 AM

    [IMG ]http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h53/MRA_06/patriarchy/PrivilegedPatriarchOrIndustrialGuin.jpg[/IMG]

  2. Ray on April 12, 2011 at 6:41 AM

    The HuffPo h ahttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/marlo-thomas/equal-pay-day_b_847021.htmls an article on Equal Pay day.

    Most feminist take a "comparable worth," "equal outcome" perspective on this issue, which doesn't address: the inequality of labor performed, the inequality of years of seniority spent on a job, the dangerousness of the job, the travel time men spend on the freeway, etc. Of course, when feminists address the issue of child custody, their "equality of outcome" argument is nowhere to be found.

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