David Willets blames feminism over lack of jobs for working class men.

Some highlights:

Willetts said feminism was probably the “single biggest factor” for the lack of social mobility in Britain, because women who would otherwise have been housewives had taken university places and well-paid jobs that could have gone to ambitious working-class men.


He expounded the downsides of the “admirable transformation of opportunities for women” by suggesting opening up education since the 1960s had magnified social divides, courtesy of “assortative mating” whereby well-educated women marry well-educated men.


Yeah, apparently well-educated men had nothing to do with inequality of work opportunities in this country. A well-educated man said it so it must be true.


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