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A Collection of Hate-Facts

A ‘hate-fact’ is typically defined as a matter of truth, fact, or reality that supports an argument based on stereotype or prejudice. Hate-facts are usually politically incorrect and are oft swept under the rug because they defy the Narrative. As such, these hate-facts tend to run contrary to people’s long held beliefs and, when they are expressed, can cause the listener to suffer a spate of cognitive dissonance – this is usually called a ‘triggering’.

Hate-facts are now routinely buried as “feelings trump fact” or, whatever the current mantra is. Biological differences between the sexes are discarded in favour of the ever-growing cry for ‘equality’. Evolutionary psychology has been tossed to the cosmic winds and replaced with social constructivism. Liberal free-markets are destroyed and commanded by authoritarians who seek to own trade.

Professor Robert Weissberg, in his essay ‘How Hate Facts Kill Scientific Inquiry’, describes hate-facts as “empirically established or at least highly credible truths that instigate outrage independent of whether true or false”. He goes on to comment on how, because of this, truth is actually, in a sense, subjective: “The fact is “wrong” because it is deemed offensive, not because it is factually false”; if one does not like a fact then it no longer serves as a fact.

Thankfully, reality is detached from personal fantasy, resulting in the universe carrying on irrespective of the worldview of the people who inhabit it. Below is a collection of hate-facts that show how life really does carry on without you.


US study with 14,793 participants found that approximately 70% of minority participants report “never” or “rarely” experience discrimination. See Table below for data:

Elusive DNA from Egyptian mummies reveals close relationship with Middle Easterners, not central Africans.

U.S. Race Relations Getting Better, not worse.

Implicit bias lacks ecological validity in police decisions to shoot or not-shoot suspects.

Sex & Gender:

Noticeable Gender Differences in Personality across the Ten Aspects of the Big Five.

Women more likely to achieve success in STEM jobs at a rate of 2 to 1, contrary to the feminist myth.

Women more likely to achieve success in philosophy job placements than men.

Women are lower in interest in ideas but higher in interest in aesthetics: both aspects of big 5 trait openness.

Biological factors and life-history affect sex differences in science and mathematics, not sexism.

Higher levels of androgens in utero causes psychological orientation to things over people.

Fewer women in top funded chair positions because fewer women apply: applicant and position numbers match.

During 1991 – 2011, women accounted for 75% of the growth in the number of workers in university-level non-scientific occupations but only 27% of the growth in the number of workers in university-level scientific occupations.

Wider sex differences is a sign a society is healthy and free.

With improved national wealth and equality of the sexes, it seems differences between men and women in personality traits do not diminish. On the contrary, the differences become conspicuously larger.

Evolutionary Psychologists Are Largely Composed of Sexist Men except many of the leading evolutionary psychologists are women.

Noticeable sex differences in frequency/severity of neuro and psych conditions; differences in age of onset less so; see table below:

Brilliant Girls Tend to Favour Non-STEM Careers.

Meta-analysis, 503,188 total respondents, men prefer working with things and women prefer working with people. Large effect size.

Sex IS a spectrum and it’s under such strong disruptive selection, a bimodal distribution of sexes evolved. See images below that explain it:

Americans still prefer a male boss than a female boss; women express this considerably more than men.

Sex differences were shown to be universal across cultures with not a single replication failure across 10 studies. Also exist if one knows where to look.

Sex differences that suggest that males are better designed for combat.

Two minds: the cognitive differences between men and women.

Women living in countries with more traditional gender roles are MORE likely to major in mathematics & statistics, not less. See graph below:

Probability of choosing STEM, SEH (Social science & Humanities/Education/Health) and business, by SES and gender, in the US:

Study: 89% of colleges reported zero campus rapes in 2015, according to American Association of University Women.

Personality Traits and Gender Affects Earnings.

Universal sex differences involving cognition and mental illness, see table:

European Queens Waged More Wars than Kings.

Women kill their SO more brutally than men. Lesbian women & gay men kill their SO more brutally than straight men & women.

Feminist activist women are masculinized in terms of digit-ratio and social dominance: a possible explanation for the feminist paradox

46% of trans-men and 42% of trans-women have attempted suicide.

Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men are 17 times more likely to get anal cancer than heterosexual men.

Domestic physical abuse among lesbian cohabiting couples is 35.4%; 21.5% for cohabitating gay men.

The feminist movement / women’s emancipation have made women miserable, worsens decade on decade.

Men are stronger than women (see here, here and here).

Money, Culture, Psychology & Philosophy:

5-year longitudinal study, 70,000+ participants show school & teacher variables combined predict 10% of school achievement whereas student IQ predicts 65%.

No matter how you look at it, Capitalism is great.

Micro-aggressions are not real – little to no evidence supports the concept.

Around 6% of 12 – 17 year olds have ‘self-bullied’. Teens who identified as non-heterosexual were three times more likely to bully themselves online, while victims of cyberbullying were 12 times more likely to cyberbully themselves. Proves much of the hysteria around online bullying is false and unwarranted.

Number of people in extreme poverty fell by 137,000 since yesterday, has fallen like this every day for the last 25 years. See graph below:

Research on Stereotype Threat and Implicit Attitude Task suffers from Publication Bias & other issues. See here, here, here & here.


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