I have a hard time viewing any child as a misogynist, but obviously, children's attitudes about gender reflect what adults teach them. So, what does Greven say about women?Feminist TV Ad Pushes 'Wage Gap' Myth
Second, Greven seems to think that pretty girls are more likely to be mean, or at least unappreciative of boys' attention. It's almost as though being pretty is a bad thing.
Third, Greven also suggests that for most boys, the best choice is a "regular girl". What does he mean by that? Though Greven acknowledges that his observations came from his own school, this kind of subtle (and sometimes not very subtle) sexism is present in schools throughout the country.
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