Uh, feminists? Women earned majority of doctoral, masters degrees in 2016

We ostensibly live in a patriachy. If that’s true, then it’s a pretty ineffective patriarchy.

According to the American Enterprise Institute, using data from the Council of Graduate Schools, women earned a majority of doctoral and masters degrees in the United States last year: 52 percent to 48 percent and 57 to 43 percent, respectively.

Moreover, women accounted for the majority of total graduate school enrollment with 57.5 percent.

Interestingly enough, despite the option to join any of the STEM fields, they choose not to. Men are still dominating science, technology, engineering and math.

Here are the charts:

So, where are the feminists? Don’t they want gender equality?

Oh, that’s right. They don’t.

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