A few hours ago the Spectator published a piece by Isabel Hardman, about Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet appointments. At that moment in time 16 women had been appointed, and 13 men. Did that stop feminists whining? Of course not. Jezza hasn’t given ‘enough’ of the senior ministerial positions to people with the ‘right’ genital equipment.
No news, yet, on whether a statistically representative number of new shadow cabinet ministers are from Lincolnshire, are one-legged, have speech impediments, suffer from rheumatism, or belong to the Barry Manilow Appreciation Society. Shocking, really, when you think about it.
Corbyn has created posts out of thin air, in order to give women whackadoodle ministerial positions and thereby create numerical ‘equality’. Gloria De Piero won two of our Lying Feminist of the Month awards, here and here. She now exults in the formerly non-existent job title of, ‘Shadow minister for young people and voter registration’, so she will be ‘shadowing’ nobody. Women everywhere will surely stand a little taller from now on.