On 30 September 2011 20:04, Michael Snow <wikipedia(a)frontier.com> wrote:
On this score, it seems likely that we are failing to
live up to one of
our core principles, that of neutrality. I think we need significantly
better editorial judgment applied to many of these articles to address
it. That will be a challenge as long as we have a male-dominated
community that lacks much appreciation for the nature of the problem,
and often fails to recognize how diverse its manifestations are. But I
suspect that if we were substantially closer to a neutral approach in
our coverage of these topics, there might be much less pressure around
the principle of resistance to censorship.
I have heard *many* laments about the quality of our coverage of
feminist issues from women. This suggests even to my relatively
privileged white male brain that there may be an actual problem here.
Possibly a strike force of feminist academics, armed with print
references out to *here*?q