While Cathy Newman was giving Jordan Peterson the third degree, she suggested that the non-existent “pay gap” could be eliminated by enforcing more feminine traits in the workplace. Four minute snippet:
Well, Cathy’s got Evergreen State College graduate Jennifer Armbrust on-board. Armbrust’s degree is in Critical Theory.
Here’s the condensed syllabus of her Feminist Business School.
[C]apitalism is an “economy that values masculine traits” such as “meritocracy,” “competition,” and “individualism.”
Shunning the “profit seeking motive” of traditional commerce, the Feminist Business School advocates that businesswomen adopt more “feminine traits” such as “gratitude,” “intimacy,” and “connecting with nature.”
“The feminine economy proposes a new set of values and redistribution of money and power based on feminine principle…”
I think this qualifies under Peterson’s comment, “That doesn’t predict success in the workplace.”
Well, maybe in Venezuela. The bar’s pretty low there.