Celebrate Love, Not War: Don’t Use Valentine’s Day to Attack Men

February 12, 2014 | Alyssa Condrey

Valentine’s Day presents an opportunity for both men and women to express their devotion to their beloved in meaningful ways. Sadly, some feminists want to use this day to protest male violence and, no doubt, other male failures. Their goal is to supplant Valentine’s Day with V-Day—Violence Against Women Day—until violence stops….

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Dr. Steven E. Rhoads is a Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, the author of Taking Sex Differences Seriously (on NeW’s book list), and on the board of NeW. 

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