Monthly Archives: January 2017

BBC3: How this feminist (Cassie Jaye) found herself sympathising with the men’s rights movement

Our thanks to Nigel for this, on the BBC3 website. BBC3 was available as a terrestrial channel until last year, now it’s only online. The article is about Cassie Jaye and The Red Pill, the writer has made every effort … Continue reading

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Mother, 30, who throttled her baby daughter with a pair of knickers just minutes after giving birth in her bathroom is spared prison

Our thanks to Sam for this. Extracts: A new mother who throttled her baby daughter to death with a pair of knickers within minutes of giving birth in her bathroom has been spared jail. Gintare Suminaite, 30, killed her child, … Continue reading

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Mark Littlewood: It is impossible to measure the gender pay gap by numbers alone

An interesting piece in today’s Times by Mark Littlewood, the director-general of the Institute of Economic Affairs. A third of the way through the piece, he hits the nail on the head: A comprehensive look at the numbers shows that … Continue reading

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The Men’s March on Fascism didn’t have nearly as many signs as the Women’s March on Fascism

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Sarah Sands, feminist editor of the London Evening Standard, to become the new editor of BBC Today

Sarah Sands has been the editor of the London Evening Standard since 2012, and anyone familiar with the rag will know it trots out feminist narratives as reliably as The Guardian. The BBC is becoming ever more tightly controlled by … Continue reading

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Tom Golden: Gynocentrism and the forces on men

A tip of the hat to Tom Golden, an American therapist and speaker, for this (video, 12:43). Tom’s website is Men Are Good, the associated YouTube channel is here. He gave a presentation at the first International Conference on Men’s … Continue reading

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Jennie Platt, mother, covers anti-homeless spikes in Manchester with cushions

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21 January 2017: London anti-Trump march, the ‘March of the Retarded Women’

A tip of the hat to The London Group for this (video, 13:04). If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a difference. … Continue reading

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Philip Davies MP: Equal Pay Chiefs Can’t Even Get Their Own House in Order

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First male sexual abuse service Clinic26 opens in London

Of the 20 areas we covered in our 2015 general election manifesto, where the human rights of men and/or boys are assaulted by the actions and/or inactions of the state, the lengthiest section (7 pages) was devoted to sexual abuse … Continue reading

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