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According to Men’s Health, the colleges that are best for men are those where feminism is weakest and men can therefore just relax and enjoy themselves. “Best” means fewest challenges to privilege, the most coddling by administrators and the least diverse course offerings.
The app, which lists 24 different types of women–from athletes and married women to princesses and women’s studies majors–provides handy bon mots to enable you to seem smarter and more interesting than you really are, so as to better get over on them.
I believe that feminism offers men an opportunity to live the lives we say we want to live–lives animated by greater integrity, by closer relationships with our families, our partners, our friends. Now all we have to do is something we’ve never been very good at: Ask for directions.