It’s amazing what Valenti thinks is misogyny

Walker also refused to raise the minimum wage – and women in Wisconsin are more than twice as likely as men to have a job that pays less than $10.10 an hour.

The argument against raising the minimum wage is that doing so forces some people from their jobs.

Not doing this preferentially to women is misogyny now?

Or is it just that Valenti is clueless?

2 thoughts on “It’s amazing what Valenti thinks is misogyny”

  1. If there is such a thing as taste discrimination against women in work, then doesn’t that make them as a group closer to the employment margin than men? Wouldn’t that therefore make them more vulnerable to a minimum wage rise? And wouldn’t that therefore make the minimum wage a misogynist policy?

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