We continue the series of Men’s Review excerpts below with this piece discussing the unbalanced financial and parental burdens placed on fathers. – PW * * * The Man Always Pays by Vertir About a hundred thousand men are sentenced for life to the bondage of maintenance orders. Try to imagine the welter of misery …
Right from the start, Nevada was something of an outlier among the states of the union. Though Nevada Territory had nowhere near the 60,000 inhabitants supposedly required for statehood in 1864, the Union stronghold was hurriedly admitted on October 31, 1864 so two more electoral votes (the 16,420 popular votes cast were the fewest in …
Esther Vilar: ‘What does it profit a woman, one might ask, to lose a lover and gain a father?’
In the bad old days, two of the time-tested ways for women to move up in class were to marry money, or to marry the boss. Melinda French did both.
The case for marriage is in checkmate. August Løvenskiolds handles the inevitable shaming that follows.
Marriage and Respect
“Men’s irrationality in entering the prison of marriage”
Special or equal. Pick one, and no, you can’t switch lanes mid-stride.