Teresa Hughes, 39, almost ruined a primary school’s headmaster’s life, almost received a suspended sentence

We shouldn’t be surprised that so many vile British women make false sex-related allegations against men. The justice system encourages them to do so.

The latest in a long line of cases where mind-boggling leniency is shown to such women, regardless of the damage they’ve tried to wreak on men’s lives and careers. The primary school headmaster in this case likened the experience to having been diagnosed with cancer:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2593508/Mother-launched-hate-campaign-against-primary-school-headteacher-spread-fake-rumours-claiming-sexually-abused-daughter-walks-free.html

Men have committed suicide in response to such false allegations. The woman in this case, as in countless others, didn’t even receive a suspended sentence! Effectively the (male) magistrate was telling the 39-year-old woman:

You’re a very naughty girl. If you do anything like this again, you might receive a punishment. Now let this be a lesson for you. Off you go, dear!

 

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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  • The current ‘Justice System’ is a system designed to punish only men. Women get away with almost anything. And if they don’t,their ‘punishment’ is a token gesture,compared to the real punishment men get. The question is,why should British men accept that their women should be exempted from accountability?Especially when they commit crimes against British men? Should British men then go on and lift their suitcases in trains and open their doors ? For women who just cheat them,lie to them,steal from them,make false allegatins against them,frame them,take their jobs away by ways of quotas or harrassment claims,expell them from their own families,homes and children? Any British man who still extends the courtesy of gentlemanly behaviour towards these useless manipulating ‘so called’ women,needs to get his head examined.
    Max.

  • Clearly this and other cases will put off male teachers as it is clear their employers and the state offer no protection from such malice.
    In one of those paradoxes of life, my first brush with the ideas of men’s rights being negated was through a series of academic and popular papers and debates about the differential treatment of men and women in the criminal justice system . This developed into an international debate across the anglophone world. These avowedly feminist authors both identified the gap in treatment and identified the key drivers. Chivalry from mainly male judges etc. Assumptions that women were easily led, women were often mentally ill or at least not fully sane, and dependents were more dependent on women, so gaol was a bad idea. At the time (late 90s) the feminist consensus was that this was bad as it infantilised women, assumed women couldn’t handle responsibility, and were often solely responsible for children. Odd, then, that modern feminists don’t demand women are held as equally accountable as men.