Monthly Archives: January 2015

Harriet Harman’s response to Sarah Vine’s article about men needing to prove women consented to sex

Our thanks to Alan for spotting this on Hattie Harpy’s website. She’s a big fan of what Alison Saunders is doing, introducing the assumption of guilt for men prepared to take on the huge legal risk of having sex with … Continue reading

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The clock is ticking on male suicide

A strong piece on male suicide from Peter Wright. Between 1982 and 2012, the male:female suicide rate differential rose from 1.69 to 3.3. Not only does the government take no interest in the matter, it is the prime driver of … Continue reading

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The e-book of the J4MB election manifesto is selling well

Within 18 hours of going on sale as an e-book, the manifesto has already become the #10 bestseller in the Civil Rights & Liberties category on Amazon.co.uk. All profits will go to support our campaigning.

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Belinda Brown: Esther’s brickbat for men. When will women stand up for the second sex?

Another outstanding article from Belinda Brown, for The Conservative Woman. Good to note a link to William Collins’s work (a piece on women in STEM subjects). I don’t think she links to it in this article, but some time ago Belinda … Continue reading

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E-book editions of our 2015 general election manifesto are now on sale

Let me start by saying it doesn’t matter whether or not you own an e-reader – for example, a Kindle, iPad, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader – for this news to be of potential interest to you. Most of the companies … Continue reading

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Pregnant women to be paid £400 to stop them poisoning their unborn children

A day or two ago Stephen Nolan hosted an interesting discussion on his show on BBC Radio Ulster about the proposal that taxpayers fund vouchers to the tune of £400 to discourage  pregnant women from smoking, in a effort to … Continue reading

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Laura Perrins: Rape law turned on its head. Suspects will have to prove their innocence.

Another insightful piece by Laura Perrins. As usual with The Conservative Woman pieces, the comments are well worth reading too.

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Where do all the female bullies go?

An interesting piece by Mark Dent, an Australian primary school teacher.

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Reviews of ‘Feminism: the ugly truth’ on Amazon.com

Spoiler one-star reviews of ‘Feminism: the ugly truth’ on Amazon.com continue to drive sales of the book, pleasingly. Occasionally reviewers display a little wit. I enjoyed the latest review, from ‘Liam’: Reading Mickeys other works I was to say the … Continue reading

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Sarah Vine: A politically correct DPP, rape, and the worrying question – how DO men prove consent?

Our thanks to R for pointing us to this excellent piece. The Sexual Offences Act 2003 – drawn up in line with radical feminist thinking on the issue of sex – makes rape a crime that only men can commit, … Continue reading

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