My feminazi-friendly financial plan

I once read an article titled:”Feminist PhD Candidate: Science Is Sexist Because It’s Not Subjective”

Subhead: “Women and minorities cannot understand logic or objective truths, says a graduate student in her dissertation, so science classes should stop using the scientific method.”

How amusing.

And no, it wasn’t published in The Onion.

It was a real story.

This graduate student believes men are the devil because they constantly confuse females with their logic, science, and math.

That’s right. Direct from the mouth of a feminazi: men are better than women.

It must be the truth. After all, do you think a female could really argue with that logic?

OK, but seriously, there is a lot of chatter in the financial services industry about so-called inequity between men and women.

For men, financial planning is allegedly easy (it’s not, but mostly for psychological reasons).

For women, it’s allegedly hard (it’s actually pretty simple, again for psychological reasons).

If you want an honest-to-actuarial-science fair financial plan, regardless of your secks, go sign up to my email list and I’ll share my best financial resources with you (for $free.99) and also give you access to other cool stuff I never publish on the blog.

David Lewis

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