The Fawcett Society’s new office has a Members’ Entrance and a Plump Café

We weren’t expecting to be able to extract any more material in relation to the Fawcett Society’s new office – the subject of the previous blog post – but we were wrong. Two estimable supporters have provided us with some interesting links. N supplied a Googlemap image of the front of the building in which the ladies are now working – here.

So the ladies’ new office has a Members’ Entrance. Now ‘member’ is a euphemism for the penis – as any decent dictionary without a feminist Editrix will confirm – so the Members’ Entrance would be …? You’d have thought the Fawcett Society office would be a penis-free zone, wouldn’t you?

There’s more. The second supporter, S, provided a second image of the Fawcett office as well as this. We see the ladies have access to the Plump Café, and:

PLUMP serves coffee and other delicious seasonal savoury and sweet treats from early ’til late.

A team of psychologists at the University of Leighton Buzzard recently published details of a study of radical feminists. Their department holds a herd of radical feminists in captivity to facilitate research into feminist personality disorders and delusional tendencies. They’re treated very humanely, and given all the food and drink they want. They’re given books of photographs of food, drink, toys etc., and they tap on images of the things they want. It turns out that radical feminists are unusually fond of savoury and sweet treats which – for the ‘average’ radical feminist in the study – accounted for 983 calories of her daily intake of 3,417 calories. So the Fawcett ladies should be very happy in their new home, with the Plump Café serving these foodstuffs.

At one time we were considering challenging the charitable status of the Fawcett Society, on the grounds of the clear political motivation of the organisation. We may yet do so, but for the time being we’ve decided that their absurd public statements  – e.g. on the ‘gender pay gap’ – are more of an asset than a liability to the men’s human rights movement.

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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  • Ah. Beware those plump fawcettes Mike .