And a few videos as well
These Reading List posts alone are worth the price of admission. Thank you for providing a never-ending buffet of food for thought 😃
Thanks for the link! I am tempted to write up a "now, let's look at those statistics" post on that as well, but time constraints and a feeling of not wanting to spend what time I have jumping up and down on one article are preventing me :)
Regarding the article in the Federalist:
> While welders endure extremely uncomfortable physical positions and lift heavy metal objects, construction laborers receive the most injuries, and fishermen suffer the most fatalities, the laptop class will focus on the rough life of corporate women.
And boy howdy do they get pissed off when you point out the constant calls for "More women in STEM", "More women in the board room", "More women doctors", and other high pay, high prestige, low risk fields, and nary a one for "More women truck drivers", "More women in Sanitation", "More women in roofing", etc. Fields which have high fatality rates and are *utterly* dominated by men. I think the rate of women in trucking is ~8%.
Having done the job, I understand why, because it sucks. But it's also necessary for every day life in the US, and for the most part it doesn't require significant body strength. Same with driving a trash truck in a city where they have the arm lift system for the bins.
But driving a garbage truck isn't glamorous.
The thotpocalypse will only worsen the ED epidemic among our youth, unfortunately.