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            In the Telegraph article cited below, Martin Daubney, in what one would hope is satire, describes and explains the rise and purpose of the “meninist” movement. The meninist movement would appear to have its origins from male feminism, as the author describes, “(…) a straight-up men’s wing of feminism; a neutered sheep in wolf’s clothing” (Daubney 1).  Daubney also uses the word “tiresome” to describe how the early meninist would complain about the patriarchy and the societal problems that men have been largely responsible for.

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Recently, I have taken interest in the following question: why are there still so few women in science? In search for answers, I’ve come across interesting articles, one of which exposes common stereotypes in society and denounces how people fail to recognize their absurdity.

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