Karen Woodall: Institutionalising stereotypes – the myth of male power

There is just no end to the propaganda war against men.

In the Ashfield constituency in which I stood at the general election, Gloria De Piero MP – Shadow Minister for Women & Equalities – had two posters in her office window which presented a picture of only men being perpetrators of domestic violence, only women being victims. One poster advertised the services of a helpline, and had a crude drawing of a cowering woman in a cage. We called the helpline, and discovered the service was for female victims only.

In the same window were two posters for breast cancer, none for prostate cancer. Roughly as many men die from prostate cancer as women die from breast cancer in the UK.

Our blog piece on the matter, along with links to the four posters, is here. GDP won two ‘Lying Feminist of the Month’ awards, one for the lying narrative about domestic violence. That award certificate is here.

2 thoughts on “Karen Woodall: Institutionalising stereotypes – the myth of male power

  1. Why would the Tories shame her? They have a feminist – Theresa May MP – as Home Secretary, driving feminist agendas on DV. The Home Office – and other government departments with Conservative MPs at their head – ONLY pursue feminist agendas on DV. The Tories are, if anything, even worse than the Labour administrations of 1997-2010 in this regard.

  2. Another rampant egoistic aggressive feminist. Obviously the Tories should shame her. Even HM Constabulary know that only 1 in 4 women but also 1 in 6 men have been domestically abused. Maybe her reading ability is not too good. Perhaps more literacy education is something she should develop over her natural despotism for

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