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Archive for category: Economics

   (2013.09.25)

Urvashi Vaid has the gall to lecture “LGBT” organizations about “bread-and-butter economic-justice and social-welfare issues” after earning $485,944 for half a year’s work at the Arcus Foundation

   (2013.07.18)

I fact-checked two reports on women in film and television, paying a lot of attention to the claim there were no wymmyn cinematographers working in Canadian TV in a certain year

   (2012.05.15)

Fighting alleged sexism in computer technology is one thing, but Tom Morris committed quite a boner

   (2012.05.11)

Urvashi Vaid gets almost all her facts wrong when discussing economic disadvantages that women and “LGBT” people face. Let’s correct her!

   (2012.01.09)

The Times’s Tanzina Vega is the latest to perpetuate a disgraceful tradition of taking what marketers say about the “lucrative” gay community at face value

   (2012.01.08)

Keph Senett takes the women-earn-64%-what-men-do statistic and misapplies it to the “LGBT” community

   (2011.11.16)

Denise Balkissoon on lesbian moms: “Considering… the fact that women on average earn lower salaries.” I ask: Lower than whom?

   (2011.08.31)

Zeke, a rich widowed homosexualist featured in the Globe, pends like a drunken, widowed, homosexualist sailor

   (2011.07.20)

Another month, another round of refutations of factually unfounded claims that gays are rich

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