Priceless. So much nonsense in such a short piece, but two extracts should give you a flavour. The first:
While the party has fielded candidates in elections, when The Staggers checked with the Electoral Commission, it could not find Justice for Men and Boys listed as a party.
Presumably The Staggers got her name by being staggered by facts and rational arguments, as feminists invariably are, when they’re not shocked, stunned, or offended by them. We’d expect feminist ‘research’ to reflect feminists’ low IQs, and invariably it does. While The Staggers couldn’t find J4MB listed as a party with the Electoral Commission, it took me under a minute to track J4MB down on the commission’s website, here.
The second extract:
However, there’s no doubt that “Men’s Rights Activists” have become more vocal in recent years. One prominent figure, Roosh V, has organised simultaneous meet ups in 43 different countries. And the movement now has powerful voices – some commentators believe the manosphere’s biggest cheerleader is Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Roosh V has always made it clear he’s not an MRA, and no MRAs of my acquiantance have ever consider him one.
The Guardian and New Statesman took more than a month after the conference to publish their woeful attacks, and the pieces we’ve seen in the past three or four days are presumably the best they could manage. It’s a good thing they weren’t in a rush.