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earn 5.4 percent of world income today.” Moreover, in African countries, where women have made far less progress than their Western and Asian counterparts, Yale economist Cheryl Doss found female land ownership ranged from 11% in Senegal to 54% in Rwanda and Burundi.

Doss warns that “using unsubstantiated statistics for advocacy is counterproductive.” Bad data not only undermine credibility, they obstruct progress by making it impossible to measure change.

The source for the figure is a 2001 report on child sexual exploitation by University of Pennsylvania sociologists Richard Estes and Neil Alan Weiner.

But their 100,000–300,000 estimate referred to children questioned Estes on the number of children who are abducted and pressed into sexual slavery each year, he replied, “We’re talking about a few hundred people.” And this number is likely to include a lot of boys: According to a 2008 census of underage prostitutes in New York City, nearly half turned out to be male.

But the Justice Department and the CDC are not referring to the 40 million women who annually visit emergency rooms, but to women, numbering about 550,000 annually, who come to emergency rooms “for violence-related injuries.” Of these, approximately 37% were attacked by intimates.

So, it’s not the case that 22%-35% of women who visit emergency rooms are there for domestic violence. FACTS: This incendiary figure is everywhere in the media today.

When such relevant factors are considered, the wage gap narrows to the point of vanishing.

Wage gap activists say women with identical backgrounds and jobs as men still earn less.

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore turned it into a cause célèbre.

The intersectional narrative tells us that males—especially those of the white variety–are the group most in need of atoning for their privileges.

But recent government data show that Hispanic and Native American women are now more likely to attend college than white men.

The bottom line: the 23-cent gender pay gap is simply the difference between the average earnings of all men and women working full-time.

It does not account for differences in occupations, positions, education, job tenure or hours worked per week.