Monthly Archives: March 2013

Bitches be mean. Ladies be crying. Let’s give them MORE responsibility! Clearly, they can handle it.

Among the anti-feminist bloggers whose pieces I always take the time to read, must be counted the American lady who writes under the name ‘JudgyBitch’. She’s just published a characteristically insightful, feisty, and funny piece, inspired by the nonsensical article (‘Women … Continue reading

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Anti-feminism might become illegal in the Nordic countries

It’s becoming commonplace to hear those with left-wing convictions (and feminists in particular) claim that anti-feminists hold extreme right-wing views and oppose equality. The claims are ridiculous. Feminism assaults left-wing men and women as much as it assaults right-wing men and women. Indeed, disadvantaged men … Continue reading

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Women make better decisions than men

Pandering to women in the business world, regardless of the damage being caused to the only wealth-creating sector, shows no sign of abating. Universities have for many years been riding this anti-meritocratic gravy train, and I thought I’d seen it … Continue reading

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Meet the female paedophile

In men’s human rights circles, the British man who runs a website titled, ‘Man, Woman & Myth’ is a legend. I had the honour of meeting him about a year ago. His website’s here, and it’s worth spending some hours … Continue reading

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Part-time women doctors are creating a timebomb

I’m a big admirer of the entrepreneur Hilary Devey, who’s been in the press of late talking a lot of sense about women in the world of work. She’s mentioned in a Daily Telegraph article today (link at the end … Continue reading

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Interview on ‘Woman’s Hour’

I much enjoyed being interviewed (along with the ultra-left-wing ‘comic’ writer John O’Farrell) on  the BBC Radio 4 programme Woman’s Hour this morning: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNxw8NXNul4 Jenni Murray, the highly regarded (albeit feminist) presenter, was very professional before, during, and after the discussion. O’Farrell, … Continue reading

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My sparring partner in tomorrow’s ‘Woman’s Hour’

I’ve just learned that I’ll be debating with John O’Farrell on Woman’s Hour tomorrow (BBC Radio 4, 10:00 – 10:45). He’s the ‘comedian’ who made such a poor showing as the Labour candidate at the Eastleigh by-election recently. He wrote in one … Continue reading

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An interview on BBC Radio Merseyside

I enjoyed a discussion earlier this evening on BBC Radio Merseyside (link below) with the feminist blogger Holly Combe, with whom I had a discussion not long ago on BBC Radio 5 Live. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op5tC56O7yc I respect Ms Combe as a debater, which is … Continue reading

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Female firefighters – coming soon to a fire near you? Fingers crossed!

Mr J, a new supporter who lives in the Midlands, recently made a generous donation to the party, and mentioned in passing that he’s a firefighter. I asked him for his experiences of how men and women are treated in the fire service, having … Continue reading

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Child abuse linked to parental alienation

Another story reported by the Equal Parenting Alliance (‘EPA’), over three years ago. The child abusers in question were ‘intrafamilial adolescent sex offenders’, a major cohort among child abusers. 75% of child abusers were alienated from one of their parents. … Continue reading

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