If someone complains to you about the “gender pay gap”, refer them to this 2015 study. It shows that women under the age of thirty earn more than their male counterparts.
I was surprised by just how few of the self-proclaimed feminists among my peers were aware of this fact.
The study invalidates the idea that women on average earn less than men over the course of their careers because companies are sexist… a central claim of modern feminism.
This bombshell should be obvious to anyone keeping a stray eye on reality whilst the madness unfolds. Nevertheless, the so-called “gender pay gap” has been one of the more bitterly pursued grievances by feminists in recent years.
Their efforts even culminated in the UK government forcing larger firms to publish crude gross pay figures by sex. A state-backed invitation to draw disingenuous conclusions from context-free data. Incredible really.