Our thanks to John for this. From the video description:
Narrated by Sue Perkins, International Men’s Day is a short comedy film [Can we have someone charged with fraudulent misrepresentation, in claiming it’s a ‘comedy’ film?] directed by Ella Jones and written by Rob Thorman.
In a parallel world where women rule the roost and ‘Masculists’ are written off as angry men burning boxers, a group of downtrodden men decide to take action…by plotting a sex strike against their partners.
The film (17:00) is as unfunny as you’d expect, having been made by feminists – including a mangina poodle – and narrated by a lesbian. Ms Perkins’s Wikipedia profile is here. I’ve only dipped into the video in two or three places, but it’s as funny as a dislocated shoulder.
As a lesbian ‘comedienne’, in common with Sandy Toxic and Kate Smurfwaite, Sue Perkins predictably gets a lot of work from the BBC.
To atone for inflicting this dreadful video on you, I’ll point you to some more entertaining material. The Australian comedian Jim Jefferies had the last word on humourless lesbians – here. For hilarious videos on gender-related matters, you can’t beat Terrence Popp (Redonkulas). I had the honour of meeting him during the first International Conference on Men’s Issues, in Detroit, 2014, where we both spoke, and shaking his hand – here. His video channel is here. His video on Charlotte Proudman, a vile dour narcissistic 26-year-old feminist barrister, was a gem – here.
I invite you to join us at the second International Conference on Men’s Issues, to be held in London, July 8-10, 2016. Details here.