[The edited interview is now on our YouTube channel – here.]
It was, of course, inconceivable that the BBC feminist propaganda outlet Newsnight might invite non-feminist men or women to comment on Jeremy Corbyn’s suggestion of introducing women-only railway carriages. And so it was that tonight the programme invited two feminists to be interviewed on the matter, Victoria Richards and Holly Baxter. The section is from 23:22 – 28:50 on iPlayer, and it will be available for 29 days – here.
The narrative that Newsnight – and all other mainstream media programmes – will never broadcast is of males being sexually harassed by females on trains, even when the former is a boy, the latter a woman, and women nearby are laughing – such as here. If you consider the woman’s apparent drunkenness a mitigating factor, ask yourself this:
Would you excuse a man for sexually harassing a girl on a train, in front of his laughing friends, because he was drunk?
Of course you wouldn’t, and nor would we. It’s the classic gender double standard. The solution to the problem is perfectly obvious. Men-only carriages.