The Guardian: “Philip Davies’ claim that courts favour women ‘not backed by evidence’ ” J4MB: Baroness Corston is a LIAR.

Just published. An extract from the article:

(Baroness) Corston, who wrote an influential report on vulnerable women in the criminal justice system in 2007, which went on to inform government policy on the matter, said there was indisputable evidence that women are treated by the courts more harshly.

Let’s not beat about the bush here:

Baroness Corston is demonstrably LYING.

Two William Collins articles come to mind. The first explores the astonishing justice gender gap in the UK, which means that if men were sentenced as leniently as women by the courts, five out of six men in British prisons wouldn’t be there – here. The second is The Corston Report – A Case Study in Gynocentrism.

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Conservative MP Philip Davies has always had my admiration for his dogged investigation into the truth of a matter, on whatever subject. I don’t agree with all his politics but certainly admire him.

    He has been getting a lot of flack for speaking the truth at the recent International Conference on Men’s Issues, organised by rival political party Justice for Men & Boys. While he has defended his rights in doing so, nobody is asking the obvious question: why is the Conservative Party not giving him an adequate platform that he feels only his rivals will listen to the facts?

  • Thank God there are still men like him around. I don’t know what happened to the men who accept this utter nonsense. Women have shown to be not interested in facts and figures.
    How can they govern like that ?

  • As well as William Collins’ excellent research, we should not forget that Philip Davies made a presentation of facts to the House of Commons back in 2012, listing five myths about female offenders and presenting his own findings.

  • Gynocentric propaganda shaping public policy…this is the consequence of having feminists installed in top positions. Another case is the top Public Health UK doctor who despite scientifically well documented biological differences between the sexes and alcohol metabolisation (men generally being able to tolerate, break down and eliminate alcohol from the body more readily than women) has decreed that men should now drink no more than women at 14 units per week maximum. Previously being 21-28 upw for men and 14-21upw for women. This reflecting biological differences. A sensible realistic reduction from Public Health should have been to give the lower figure for both genders. But oh no….the boys should not be able to enjoy a drink more than the girls..that is sexist! So if the girls cannot have that third glass of wine then we will stop the boys too. So there! Not driven by good science but by female sexism…feminism, shaping public policy. I know full well, used to be an alcohol misuse counsellor. I could not tell a 6 foot 6, 16 stone rugby player that he had to drink the same as his size 10 7 stone 5 ft 4 wife with a straight face. This gynocentric doctrine lacks credibility. Take that Red Pill men and challenge this nonsense. Bah!

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