My thanks to John for pointing me to a recent piece in The Scotsman. I’m not sure if, as a ‘vile men’s rights campaigner’, I’m accused of being a campaigner for the rights of vile men, the vile rights of men, or being a vile campaigner for men’s rights. No matter.
I always enjoy it when FemiNazis point to our Lying Feminist of the Month awards as evidence of misogyny rather than… er… evidence that feminists lie. They lie with monotonous regularity, as we’ve shown, and they never apologise for lying. I cannot recall an instance of a feminist anywhere in the world having apologised after being caught demonstrably lying, over the past 40 years.
Not one winner of the awards has ever denied she’d lied – but to be fair, nor have winners of the Whiny Feminist of the Month award denied they’re whiny, nor have winners of the Gormless Feminists of the Month award (including employees and supporters of the Fawcett Society) denied they’re gormless. Maybe they have some degree of self-awareness?
Caroline Criado-Perez, interviewed with me by Phillip Schofield on ITV’s This Morning, laughed then accepted she’d won a Lying Feminist of the Month award (one of three she’s won) because she’d lied. Schofield didn’t think it a matter worth pursuing, nor did he ask why she’d laughed after being publicly outed as a liar on national television. She’s since been awarded an OBE – in recognition of her oppression, no doubt.