From about two weeks ago, a piece about seven minutes long. Presenters like Jo Hayward seem incapable of engaging in rational discussions about gender-related issues. They shamelessly state there should be gender balance in the House of Commons, while not being perturbed by the shortage of women working as long-distance lorry drivers, construction workers, workers clearing multi-tonne blockages of faeces, tampons, sanitary towels, and disposable nappies in the sewage systems… no, women are not to take on ‘glass cellar’ jobs. To this day, the vast majority of applicants to become prospective parliamentary candidates (at least where anti-meritocratic all-women shortlists aren’t in place) are men. As always, when feminists demand equality / diversity, they’re demanding special treatment. A plague on all their houses, and on the houses of the idiot men (e.g. David Cameron, Vince Cable, Lord Davies of Abersoch…) who hand them what they ask for on a plate, thereby disadvantaging men as a class.
About Mike Buchanan
Mike Buchanan is an anti-feminist British men's rights activist (MRA). He led this political party since its launch in 2013 until May 2020, then handed over the leadership to Elizabeth Hobson and became the party chairman.
J4MB remains the only party in the English-speaking world campaigning for the human rights of men and boys on many fronts. Those rights are assaulted by states' actions and inactions in many areas, almost always to privilege women and girls. 20 such areas were explored in the party's 2015 general election manifesto.
Mike was a business executive for 30 years before taking early retirement in 2010. He's written 10 books and is also a publisher. His last three books have been concerned with gender and gender politics, the most recent being Feminism: the ugly truth (2016).
Mike is the creator of the website Laughing at Feminists.
He has sole responsibility for organizing future International Conferences on Men's Issues (ICMIs) in Europe and North America, and was a key organizer of the London conferences in 2016, 2018 and the 120-speaker online conference in 2020.