The New York Times is dispensing parenting advice in its latest identity politics piece all about raising “feminist sons.” “We raise our girls to fight stereotypes and pursue their dreams, but we don’t do the same for our boys,” writes columnist Claire Cain Miller. “They’re discouraged from having interests that are considered feminine. They’re told to be tough at all costs, or else to tamp down their so-called boy energy.” Miller reached out to “experts” for her piece, including rabid

feminist Gloria Steinem, and featured her dastardly quote: “I’m glad we’ve begun to raise our daughters more like our sons, but it will never work until we raise our sons more like our daughters.” “That’s because women’s roles can’t expand if men’s don’t, too,” Miller explains. “Men are falling behind in school and work because we are not raising boys to succeed in the new, pink economy.” “Skills like cooperation, empathy and diligence — often considered to be feminine — READ MORE