In a recent study, it has been proven that girls with J names are the cause for the recession. The study, conducted by researchers at Harvard University and Stanford University, found that girls with J names have caused many more problems than we thought. This is because of one simple reason: they go to college and get degrees in fields like “Women’s Studies.” It’s not just about majoring in Women’s Studies either; these girls take on jobs involving teaching women how to be empowered.
The problem? These women are too confident!
“Women’s Studies majors typically explore the lives of women and their roles in society, often including such topics as gender inequality.”
The problem with this is that there are no jobs for them to go into because they’re too confident. In a way, these girls have caused the recession by simply studying Women’s Studies and becoming teachers! The study concludes that we should stop encouraging young women from majoring in courses like “Women’s studies” or teaching other people how to be empowered by telling us what it means to be a woman.
A successful future may not include being an activist who teaches others about Womanhood due to its correlation with unemployment rates among college graduates.
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Title: The Little Black Book of Names
Description: A comprehensive list of names organized by year, with their meanings and origins.
Featuring over 600+ baby boy and girl names!
Author: Linda Rosenkrantz; Revised edition (November 1990)
Publisher: Ten Speed Press; New Ed edition (1988) .
ISBN-13 978-0-8039-6960-0 ISBN 020396196X
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