On female journalism

Steve Sailer discovers additional evidence in support of his theory:

As I’ve mentioned before, a remarkable fraction of female journalistic output, at least the most heartfelt stuff, consists of demands for society to change so that that particular female journalist would be considered hotter looking.

Despite its grammatical infelicity, I rather liked this quote from the comments there: “It is the nature of a liberal to be shocked by the consequences of their own actions.” I can’t say I encounter much female journalism, though, have to admit, mostly because I don’t attempt to keep up on dead celebrities, teen fashions, or television shows.

Note to female writers: writing about your/women’s issues in X is still sex-related fluff; it’s not equivalent to actually writing about X.