A researcher whose work was sponsored by the National Science Foundation explains how his mathematical paper was not merely rejected post-publication, but intentionally vanished by the New York Journal of Mathematics.
Multiple studies have found that boys and men are over-represented at both the high and low ends of the distributions in categories ranging from birth weight and brain structures and 60-meter dash times to reading and mathematics test scores. There are significantly more men than women, for example, among Nobel laureates, music composers, and chess champions—and also among homeless people, suicide victims, and federal prison inmates.
Wow. Just, wow. I literally can't even.
Darwin had also raised the question of why males in many species might have evolved to be more variable than females, and when I learned that the answer to his question remained elusive, I set out to look for a scientific explanation. My aim was not to prove or disprove that the hypothesis applies to human intelligence or to any other specific traits or species, but simply to discover a logical reason that could help explain how gender differences in variability might naturally arise in the same species.
DELETE! DELETE! DELETE!
Anyway, read the whole sordid affair. Science, mathematics, reality, and truth were sacrificed at the altar of social justice. The myth of monstrous males must continue.
Over the years there has undoubtedly been significant bias and discrimination against women in mathematics and technical fields. Unfortunately, some of that still persists, even though many of us have tried hard to help turn the tide. My own efforts have included tutoring and mentoring female undergraduates, graduating female PhD students, and supporting hiring directives from deans and departmental chairs to seek out and give special consideration to female candidates. I have been invited to serve on two National Science Foundation gender and race diversity panels in Washington.
Obviously, you didn't grovel enough, you sexist pig.
It would be interesting to read that horrible, no-good, very-bad, super problematic journal publication that was deleted by the New York Journal of Mathematics. Where does one go to download the PDF ...