Monthly Archives: August 2013

To pee or not to pee: Women sell positive pregnancy tests on Craigslist for $25 each. There’s no shortage of motivated buyers.

Recently we posted a link to an article by a British journalist who freely admitted she’d tried to become pregnant by using the contents of her two ex-husbands’ used condoms shortly after sex, without their knowledge or consent. Our thanks to a … Continue reading

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We repeat our public challenges to Caroline Criado-Perez, Kat Banyard, Fiona Hall MEP, Amina Women’s Project, Helena Morrissey, Professor Rita Marcella, Dr Petra Wilton, Ilene Lang and… er… Sir Roger Carr

A supporter (and donor) phoned this afternoon to ask if we’d ever had any responses to the public challenges we’ve issued over the past 18 months. No, we haven’t. The people in question are utterly shameless. Here’s a small selection … Continue reading

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Journal of Medical Ethics (2012): ‘After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?’

My thanks to the person who’s just alerted me to this. Women across the developed world have had access to virtually infallible contraception for 40+ years.  Feminists argue for the right of women to choose to have their pregnancies ‘terminated’ … Continue reading

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Justice at last! Astria Berwick, a woman who made false rape claim against a taxi driver, named, shamed… and jailed.

Somehow we missed this piece, first published about two months ago. A rare example of a woman receiving a well-justified custodial sentence after a false rape allegation: We can’t help wondering how many men have committed suicide after false … Continue reading

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Research on the Psychological and Physical Effects of Abortion

Links to a great deal of research material, courtesy of the Elliot Institute, an American organisation:  

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Eight facts most people don’t know about the physical and psychological consequences of abortion for women

A startling blog piece by Dr Peter Saunders, CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organisation with 4,500 UK doctors and 1,000 medical students as members:

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‘Sanity at last!’ – Top judge says mothers should have children taken away if they don’t let fathers see them

Yesterday I was sent a link to a Daily Mail article by Ann, a supporter and donor, who’s heartbroken that she no longer sees her grandchildren, as her former daughter-in-law denies Ann, Ann’s husband, and Ann’s son access to them, having defied … Continue reading

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Mark Brooks (ManKind Initiative): ‘Domestic abuse against men is as awful as domestic abuse against women’

It’s good to see a growing recognition that domestic abuse/violence (DA/DV) isn’t a gendered phenomenon. Over time we’re seeing more recognition of male victims, although pieces like the latest from the BBC (link at the end of this post) still … Continue reading

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Justice for men at last! Million-dollar dating scam mother and daughter jailed.

A rare example of women receiving proportionate sentences for their crimes, from the United States. Might we hope for women to face the same sentences as men – when convicted of the same crimes – in the British justice system one day? … Continue reading

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The ‘Girls are Smart, Boys are Stupid’ Culture

An insightful piece on a new but promising American website: The demonization of masculinity experienced by males from the earliest age, and the relentless taxpayer-funded programmes designed to advantage women and girls over men and boys, are creating righteous anger and … Continue reading

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