Facebook's Sandberg: Men are inferior to women

It's always fun being a man in a world where the media feels free to insult the intentions and capabilities of men but that doing the same for women is forbidden.  There are always excited announcements of new studies showing how women excel over men in this field or that field.

Not the latest to jump on this bandwagon is the brazen COO of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg, who wrote the non-bestselling book Lean In, which, for the male audience, should be retitled Bend Over.  Sandberg, who must have an awful lot of free time, penned an op-ed in the NY Times asserting that women are superior to men in a number of ways.

Studies reveal that women bring new knowledge, skills and networks to the table, take fewer unnecessary risks, and are more inclined to contribute in ways that make their teams and organizations better. Successful venture-backed start-ups have more than double the median proportion of female executives of failed ones. And an analysis of the 1,500 Standard & Poor’s companies over 15 years demonstrated that, when firms pursued innovation, the more women they had in top management, the more market value they generated.

Who seriously believes that women as a whole take fewer unnecessary risks than men, or are better-skilled then men?  It's ridiculous on the face of it.  What's next, a "double-blind scientific study" showing that women are nicer than men?

In the past women have been held back and have been discriminated against by evil men, but it's increasingly rare in today's world.  But instead of promoting the idea that everyone is equal, and to judge everyone as individuals, feminists are going overboard and promoting themselves as the superior race, like girl Nazis.

I don't believe that men are inferior to women.  But I do believe that some women are definitely inferior to men.  The kind of women I am thinking of are angry feminists, who have a persecution complex and attribute their failures to everything but themselves.  They even produce "studies" that confirm their scholarly hypotheses.

Well-adjusted women don't need to assert this.  When I worked in a law firm, we all knew who the smart female attorneys were.  They weren't the ones who went around blaming the men when things went wrong.  They were the ones who got things done, and didn't have to advertise it.  As a result, men (like me) wanted to work with them.

You know, if a male COO of Facebook had penned an op-ed saying that "men are superior to women in the following ways," he'd be out of a job within a day.  If a woman does that, she's celebrated.  It's just a further measure of the sick, asymmetrical man-bashing culture we live in today.

Pedro Gonzales is the editor of Newsmachete.com, the conservative news site.