Monthly Archives: July 2015

Female Frankfurters have wide pink parking spaces (no, that’s not a euphemism)

Our thanks to Lars, one of our many Scandinavian supporters, for this.

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Janet Bloomfield offers her Kindle e-book ‘The Fitness Test’ free for the next five days

I probably don’t need to explain that you can read Kindle e-books (and other e-books, for that matter) on PCs and other devices through excellent software that’s free to download. So you may be interested to learn that the estimable … Continue reading

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Tom Golden: The making of gynocentric foot soldiers

Tom Golden is an American psychotherapist, and runs the blog Men Are Good. His YouTube library is here. Tom’s pieces are always worth catching, and his latest is no exception.

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Non-therapeutic circumcision of male minors – our letters to Jewish and Muslim clerics and organizations, and a response from Milah UK

We’re stepping up our efforts to have non-therapeutic circumcision of male minors in the UK declared illegal, and this will be our #1 campaigning issue for the foreseeable future. We recently publicly challenged Alison Saunders and Theresa May MP on … Continue reading

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Young American woman films her bid to win a ‘Gormless Feminist of the Month’ award, claiming, ‘You’re raping me. This is rape. This is rape. This is rape.’

Well, this video (5:49) is interesting. A young American woman in a car resists arrest by a policeman – throughout the exchange he displays the patience of a saint, it has to be said – and she records the encounter, in … Continue reading

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The future direction of AVfM

An interesting piece from Paul Elam. From near the end: Now that we have established a business structure, a way to support AVfM Operations and Education, LLCs, which means the expense of running A Voice for Men, it is time … Continue reading

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The Department for Education doesn’t consider boys’ under-achievement in schools as a matter of the slightest concern

William Collins was the author of two important pieces about the education gender gap, which leads to about 60% of university places going to women, The trouble with boys in education and Teachers’ unfairness to boys?. In the first piece … Continue reading

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The Prison Reform Trust has secured a £1.2m lottery grant to mount a three-year campaign to cut the number of female prisoners

Fewer than 4,000 of the 84,000 people in British prisons are women. The number has been in decline for some time. The conditions in women’s prisons are markedly better than in men’s prisons. We know from a piece by William … Continue reading

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Ally Fogg: ‘CPS erasure of male victims…. VICTORY!’

Ally Fogg, a feminist Guardian columnist and blogger on men’s issues, is branching out into writing comedy. It’s the only obvious rational explanation for a blog piece he’s just published, claiming ‘victory’ in the wake of his letter (co-signed by 30 … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn MP: ‘Working With Women’

Jeremy Corbyn is the ultra-left-wing candidate for the Labour party leadership. Our thanks to Jon for pointing us to this. If we hadn’t just awarded the August ‘Gormless Feminist of the Month’ award elsewhere, Corbyn would have won it with … Continue reading

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