With feminists being not only liars, but gormless liars, it’s perhaps not surprising that sometimes our monthly awards are presented to groups of feminists. Collective winners of our Gormless Feminist of the Month awards have included the ladies ‘working’ at The Fawcett Society, and the apologists of Special Snowflake, sometimes known as Laura Bates, the genius behind The Everyday Whining Project.
Earlier this evening I received the following email:
I don’t know if you’ve been following the York Uni International Men’s Day retraction, but the university has pulled its marking of the day due to this letter. I’ve been considering the feasibility of organising a quick flyering campaign at or near the campus, and I was wondering whether you a) know of anybody local considering the same thing and b) would consider this to be a worthwhile endeavour. [I responded with (a) No (b) Yes.]
I’ve set up the email [email protected] if you’d like to include it in a blog post with the suggestion that anybody local who wants to go and hand out the information about support that was supposed to be handed out, to get in touch with me. Feel free to use my first name.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Simon (surname redacted)
What an estimable man. And so it is that we present this month’s Gormless Feminists of the Month award to the 191 co-signatories of the open letter that sought to block recognition of issues gravely affecting men and boys on just one day of the year – and succeeded in doing so. More details on the award certificate – here. Rarely has the award been more deserved.
Has there ever been a greater concentration of blithering idiots in one academic institution than has just been demonstrated in one letter, from those associated with York University? I doubt it.
On the positive side, could we possibly ask for clearer evidence than this letter, that feminists are recognising they’ve lost their former grip on cultural narratives? Surely not. The dam’s about to burst, and these idiots think their sellotape will prevent that historical inevitability… extraordinary, as well as delusional. They will all be swept away in the coming torrent. It can’t happen soon enough.
All together now, in a joyous rendition of:
O happy day!