That’s probably correct, for certain values of the word “we,” but why is that, exactly? Cheating men deserve to be beaten, even with weapons, while cheating women do not?
Or could it be, you know, sexism? But that’s not possible, because Hanna Rosin can’t be sexist, and neither can those who agree with her. If you’re Hanna Rosin, “sexist” is a name you call other people. You know, bad people who believe in stereotypes and stuff.
Yabbers. The one thing Putz has always had going for him is brevity. This was a smart move; whenever he deigns to write anything beyond, heh, indeed or read the whole thing, he becomes magnificently incoherent.