I’m a big fan of Wiki, and barely a day goes by during which I don’t consult the site on some matter. But when it comes to gender political matters, the site is highly inaccurate, due to the dire influence of feminist editors. My thanks to T for pointing me to a piece in which feminists describe and gloat about their manipulations of the site. It’s titled, ‘Chipping away at Wikipedia’s gender bias, one article at a time’.
Many Wiki pieces – including those on subjects without an obvious gender political angle, to normal people (i.e. non-feminists and anti-feminists) – have content starting with things like, ‘Feminist scholars say that…’, rather than the altogether more accurate, ‘Taxpayer-funded men-hating lying women say that…’.
Our own Wiki page is here, and I note it’s been edited recently, with a more critical tone. An excerpt:
In its election manifesto, the party identifies twenty areas in which it says that the rights of men and boys are being violated. The manifesto received criticism after being revealed as quoting extensivley (sic) from Wikipedia and The Daily Mail and anti-women blogs such as “Judgybitch.com”
Reference  leads not to our manifesto – although it would have taken only moments to include a link – but, surprisingly and pleasingly, to the ITV interview of Caroline Criado-Perez and myself, for which she received her third ‘Lying Feminist of the Month’ award. I assume the link will disappear shortly.
Reference (14) leads not to Janet Bloomfield’s outstanding blog – which could appear ‘anti-women’ only to
deranged feminists – but to an article on J4MB.