“a heretofore neglected pocket of resistance to the gender revolution in the workplace: married male employees who have stay-at-home wives.”
Didn’t realize I was so easily identified as part of the resistance, but I guess so.
Note to all: the inflammatory, culture war rhetoric comes directly from the article.
The publication of this article paints a bullseye on every one of us husbands whose wives do not work.
Make no mistake. We are targeted for elimination and will be excluded from consideration for jobs in corporations of any size.
Two immediate reasons:
- One: If I am in a management position, any female subordinate who files a gender discrimination complaint now has an immediate bit of scientific evidence to buttress her case. What corporation will want to assume the risk of allowing me to supervise employees?
- Secondly: In any more broadly drawn complaint of gender discrimination, corporations will be asked how many of their male managers are married to stay-at-home wives? And were they aware of their propensity for bias and discrimination? And what steps have they taken to deal with this problem? Again, what corporation will want to assume the risk of employing any of us?
The last pockets of resistance to the gender revolution must be eliminated, comrades!
Up against the wall, traditional men!
God help us.