Smart and SeXy
With more than 300 citations of peer-reviewed journal articles, Smart and SeXy: The Evolutionary Origins and Biological Underpinnings of Cognitive Differences between the Sexes presents the latest research with regards to sex differences in intelligence and their biological causes all in one place. It also provides evolutionary rationales for why and how sex differences in intelligence evolved to begin with; and it does so without concern for what is or is not politically correct. With the “acceptable” narrative abandoned, it openly and honestly explores the differences between the genders.
Roderick Kaine is an American who has a degree in biochemistry, and he has done professional research in both Biology and Neuroscience. After moving on from this work, he has focused on writing and independent scholarship. He has been active in the neoreactionary movement, where he writes under the name Atavisionary (www.atavisionary.com).
Roderick joins us for an eye-opening conversation on the biological differences between men and women. After a lighthearted rumination on International Women’s Day, we dive into the main topic of the show. Roderick explains that most scientists are aware of racial and sexual differences, but choose to keep quiet for the sake of their careers. Next, we discuss anthropologist Melvin Konner’s assertion that maleness is a defect – an absurd claim, to be sure, which Roderick easily refutes.— Red Ice Radio, Red Ice
I was unfamiliar with Roderick Kaine until I came across this book from Arktos. He is clearly a gifted writer with an unusual ability to combine technical mastery of the hard sciences with sound social and political thinking. I hope we shall be hearing more from him in the future.— F. Roger Devlin, Counter-Currents
Some books open vistas of thought. Smart and SeXy may challenge all of your conceptions of gender, but it will not do so in the trivial way that mainstream media does, but instead will encourage you to look inside the theory to see what resonates.— Brett Stevens, Amerika.org
$24.50 (as of 16th September 2017, 8:07 pm)