Jon Gunnarson argues that maternity leave harms women’s earning power in the workplace, and that paternal leave laws would do the same thing.
Conscription, sometimes called “the draft” is still practiced in nearly half the world. Its victims are overwhelmingly male. Jon Gunnarsson looks at this common human rights violation almost no one talks about.
Imagine you are accused of a terrible crime you didn’t commit. Jon Gunnarsson recounts the story of school teacher Horst Arnold who was falsely accused of rape and imprisoned without a shred of evidence. Despite being eventually found innocent, the corrupt judiciary who placed him there have never been held to account.
Alice Schwarzer, the face of German feminism, is responsible for perpetuating decades of hatred against men and boys. While previously lauded by the media as an “expert” in gender affairs, she has recently come under attack by the same media for setting up a Swiss bank account for the purpose of evading tax. Jon Gunnarson gives his thoughts on the matter
Many people are beginning to notice that feminist narratives display a bizarre mixture of rational, and irrational thought. To shed light on this peculiar phenomenon Jon Gunnarsson brings us a description of what he calls ‘rational irrationality’.
In Germany moves are currently underway to pressure the voting public into electing more female politicians in the name of equal rights. Jon Gunnarsson explains that the move is more about gaining equal outcome than equal rights.
As the U.S. gears up for another possible imperialistic intervention, aka war, into another Middle East country, it is once again the men that are on the cutting edge of, well, the cutting.
If you’re a woman in Germany, you should consider a career as a politician. As in most First World countries, gynocentrism is ubiquitous in German politics. Jon Gunnarsson unravels the political quotas that push women to the top.
Jon Gunnarson makes the case that affirmative action programs, however well-intended, often do more harm than good. No matter who’s supposed to benefit or who’s supposed to be privileged or underprivileged.
Women make less than men and they do so because of sex discrimination, right? It’s like the vampire myth that won’t die. Jon Gunnarson has a go at once again challenging one of the great myths of our era.