Powerline got around to commenting on the Larry Summers flap. Noting that feminist Nancy Hopkins said she had to leave because Summers's raising of a genetic hypothesis made her nauseous, Powerline asks:
But why should she project her own fragility onto other women?
An incisive question. I suppose I'd induce heart-failure if I suggested that if she can't stand the heat, she should get out of the kitchen. So I won't make that suggestion.
My take on the whole controversy here, "The Summers of Our Discontent."
Update: Jacuqeline Passey thinks iron-deficiency anemia may play a role. If this suggestion gives you hives, call an allergist.