National Journal Magazine:  “Women now claim more than 57 percent of all bachelor’s degrees, 61 percent of all master’s degrees, and half of all professional and doctoral degrees, according to Education Department data cited by University of Michigan economist Mark Perry and others. They also earn more Ph.D.s than men in the humanities, education, health sciences, and social sciences, in-cluding two-thirds of new psychology doctorates. . . . But advocates of this disparity-proves-discrimination dogma apply it quite selectively. They have shown virtually no concern about the small and shrinking percentages of males in colleges generally and in most academic fields.  Instead, the interest — self-interest, in many cases — of the gender-equity cops is in pushing for spending programs, hiring goals, and other preferential treatment for women and girls over men and boys in hard sciences, engineering, and math.”