Paula Sherriff MP, Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities: ‘I promise to campaign for greater equality’

Paula Sherriff, the MP for Dewsbury, is one of several hatchet-faced trout who spoke at excessive length during the International Men’s Day debate yesterday. She’s currently the Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, and is evidently from the same unfortunate mould as Jess Phillips MP. Both were selected from (deeply sexist) all-women shortlists, as so many of the most woeful Labour MPs – all, it would seem, feminists – have been. They surely couldn’t have become parliamentary candidates if they’d had to compete with men. The evidence that Ms Sherriff was chosen from one of the shortlists is here.

One page on her official website has the title:

I promise to campaign for greater equality.

The ensuing piece mentions the word ‘women’ 11 times, ‘girls’ once, ‘men’ once, ‘boys’ not at all. Equality is a fine thing. The final paragraph:

Please rest assured that here, in the communities of Dewsbury, Mirfield, Denby Dale and Kirkburton, I will support those local women, and men, [my emphasis] who continue to contact me having been unfairly hit by government austerity cuts and, nationally I will campaign for greater opportunity and greater equality for all.

Hopefully the male voters of Dewsbury will give Ms Sherriff the boot at the 2020 general election, in recognition of her obvious lack of concern for them.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • One of the best thing about Davies’ IMD debates is that it doesn’t half help expose the most misandrist MPs.

    Had she not initially promised to attend last year’s debate I have to say I’d have respected Phillips’ decision to stay away last year. Why exactly do so many man-hating MPs have to go along and try to hijack the event and attack men? Are we going to hear calls for women to promise to stop abusing kids during next year’s International Women’s Day debate?

    I suppose at lest we saw a slight change in that Labour’s misandry was matched by the SNP. It must be terrible to be a man in Scotland in so many seats where there’s just the choice those two parties.

  • Silly woman. If my mother’s sister had been still alive, she would definitely have campaigned against this woman next time round. When the Liberals entered into a pact with Labour in 1977 she wrote to Jeremy Thorpe giving him a piece of her mind and said that she did not vote Liberal (on a strictly local issue) to get Labour.

  • cheannaich

    Another one that gets special privileges and yet another one that works or worked in the victim support/ DV arena. Normally such employment would be regarded as fairly laudable. However, given the feminist driven view of what constitutes a ‘victim’, some might see them as poisonous purveyors of misandry.
    It seems to the casual observer that more and more of our elected leaders are adherents of a possible poisonous creed. They now infest the Houses of parliament and they are also being promoted through the Civil Service. I am sure that male Civil Servants that read this website could give examples of the level of female privilege and the levels of misandry.

  • Paula Sherriff isn’t particularly liked even in her own party. Just as one respondent here points out the infiltration of the Marxist/collectivist group-thought in Parliament and among civil servants, so sections of the Labour Party are doing the same. Even some of the same people who naïvely bought into feminism and pandered to its demands within the Labour Party are now beginning to turn and twist as they attempt to rid themselves of the likes of Sherriff.

    Sherriff played a leading role in the faction that comprised two-thirds of women Labour MPs as it ran a smear campaign against Corbyn. Making the typical and unfounded claims of abuse and harassment, the group also claimed to be speaking up for women of racial minorities who, they pretended, all supported them. Police investigations of claims that the group had death threats and property vandalised turned up little of substance (however, a man was given a suspended sentence for threatening Ben Bradshaw MP).

    Harriet Harman has been saying for a decade that Labour are losing women’s support .. and all they think to do about it is keep doing more of the same. Even with the shortage of available women, I doubt that Paula Sherriff will be given another chance at the next election to make more of a mockery of the Labour Party.

    • cheannaich

      Interesting views of the internal struggle within the Labour party. On one level I am of the opinion that feminists like Sherriff should end their days as an elderly cat woman on a sink estate. On another level I am deeply opposed to any actions that may make Labour electable. Their complete and utter demise might be a solution, although that near enough happened in Scotland only to be relaced by the feministas of the SNP.Perhaps the demise of feminism and Labour might work