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“Under our plan, we focus on the immediate family by limiting sponsorships to spouses and minor children.

There are only individual women and men trying to play the cards they’re dealt, and the confluence of their interests sometimes leads to crappy outcomes.Of course, I was smart enough to realize that maybe this was silly, maybe I was overanalyzing things.So I scoured the feminist literature for any statement to the effect that my fears were as silly as I hoped they were. On the contrary: I found reams of text about how even the most ordinary male/female interactions are filled with “microaggressions,” and how even the most “enlightened” males—especially the most “enlightened” males, in fact—are filled with hidden entitlement and privilege and a propensity to sexual violence that could burst forth at any moment.There’s a whole list of Top Posts on the Top Posts bar above.Trigger warning: social justice, condemnation of some feminism, tangential reference to eating disorder.The couple would have been sponsored by their daughter, Melania Trump.

President Trump, meanwhile, has explicitly favored bills that greatly restrict chain migration.

First lady Melania Trump’s parents were spotted walking with their immigration attorney Wednesday to a federal building where officials process U. citizenship applications, suggesting that they are getting closer to becoming Americans their son-in-law President Donald Trump seeks to tighten immigration policies.

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For those of you who don’t know, Scott Aaronson is one of the nicest, smartest, and most decent people there are.

A few days ago, in response to a discussion of sexual harassment at MIT, Aaronson reluctantly opened up about his experience as a young man: I check Feministing, and even radfem blogs like “I Blame the Patriarchy.” And yes, I’ve read many studies and task force reports about gender bias, and about the “privilege” and “entitlement” of the nerdy males that’s keeping women away from science.

(sigh) Here’s the thing: I spent my formative years—basically, from the age of 12 until my mid-20s—feeling not “entitled,” not “privileged,” but terrified.