Interesting. Jenni Murray is the radical feminist broadcaster whose Wikipedia page mentions the existence of neither of her two sons, nor her husband. One of Julie Bindel’s gal pals. The woman who (before she married) described marriage as legalised prostitution. The doyenne of misandrous ball-busting Woman Sour presenters. Extracts from her article:
We’ve struggled for years to help [translation: indoctrinate] boys understand that becoming a man doesn’t necessarily mean accepting the old stereotype of the cold, distant, insensitive pater familias who expects a woman to pander to his every need.
Yet if we ignore the harm done by the exploitation or sexualisation of boys and set aside their emotional feelings, we doom ourselves to yet another generation of males with little respect for women. [translation: we don’t give a flying f*** about the boys who are being sexually abused by women, but there’s a risk that as a consequence of that abuse, they might not develop into the slaves we want.]
What is the significance of the piece, the publication of which would have been unimaginable just a year or two ago? We appear to be in uncharted waters, but we can be sure of one thing. The publication of this article is a testament to feminists being conscious they’re losing control of the cultural narrative, and desperately trying to recover it. Do they see the tsunami heading their way? Probably not.
I’m fairly sure Jenni Murray will never speak out about gender inequality with respect to prison sentencing – or many other areas, of course, where women are advantaged over men. As William Collins explained – here – if men were sentenced as leniently as women with respect to prison sentencing, five out of six men in British prisons wouldn’t be there. Why wouldn’t Jenni Murray be in favour of a gender equality initiative which would solve the prison overcrowding crisis? Yes, another rhetorical question…