Monthly Archives: December 2016

2016 has been a remarkable year for those interested in men’s and boys’ human rights. 2017 will be even better. It’s time to celebrate!

Our review of 2016 is here. The transcript of my Christmas message occupies pp.1-4, our review of 2016 – through the key blog pieces we’ve posted – pp.5-14. On behalf of all those involved with J4MB, I wish our party members, … Continue reading

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Joyous news. Jane Austen’s face will haunt us on £10 bank notes (replacing Charles Darwin) and £2 coins.

Joyous news in the Telegraph. The piece is by Robert Mendick, the paper’s Chief Reporter, and it was published online less than 90 minutes ago. He starts: For two centuries, she has ruled the nation’s bookshelves. [Hmm, only slightly hyperbolic…] … Continue reading

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Fireworks ‘nothing but sky-penises raping an innocent atmosphere’, claims militant feminist

With just 105 minutes left before the start of the new year, fireworks are already being let off in the throbbing metropolis of Bedford, Bedfordshire. So it seemed timely to bring you this. If everyone who read this gave us … Continue reading

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Why Britain is facing a crisis in recruiting head teachers. It’s not rocket science.

In today’s Times, on p.6, there’s an article taking up half the page, ‘Schools crisis as hundreds of heads quit’. The journalist is Nicola Woolcock, the paper’s Education Correspondent. Extracts: Britain is facing a crisis in recruiting teachers, with thousands … Continue reading

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Free screening(s) of ‘The Red Pill’ in Norwich – update

Six days ago we posted a piece about a forthcoming (free) screening of The Red Pill in Norwich, on 18 January, at which Cassie Jaye, Paul Elam, Erin Pizzey, myself – and hopefully DrRandomerCam – will be present. Ticket demand … Continue reading

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The London Group / J4MB protest against the Rape Culture Myth

In October we joined the good men of The London Group outside the HQ of the CPS, and in Parliament Square, at their protests against the Rape Culture Myth. A tip of the hat to The Forgotten Man for filming … Continue reading

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Tribal circumcision ritual becomes Africa’s latest tourist attraction

Our thanks to Paul for this. An excerpt: But for most of the tribe, the ceremony remains deeply significant. They have always been open to outsiders witnessing Imbalu, and are beginning to open up to tourists. “I found the ceremonies … Continue reading

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A prophetic clip from a 1976 film

Our thanks to William for this (3:26). The Enforcer was the third film in the immortal Dirty Harry series. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. … Continue reading

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Sir James Munby, family courts chief, backs end to abusers cross-examining their victims

Our thanks to Ken for this piece in The Guardian. As we’d expect, it portrays a world in which all abusers are men, all victims women. An extract: Responding to the revelations, Cris McCurley, a family lawyer in north-east England, … Continue reading

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Jurors in rape cases should be vetted, researchers say

Our thanks to a supporter for this piece published by the Telegraph. For many years non-feminist perspectives on rape have been re-cast as ‘bias’, perfectly reasonable attitudes re-cast as ‘myths’. For the first time in the UK, jurors will be selected … Continue reading

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