Tomorrow morning I’ll be one of four people in a discussion on the BBC programme Sunday Morning Live. The working title is:
Have we turned a blind eye to sexual harassment?
The piece was prompted by recent allegations about Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood mogul, who is denying accusations of non-consensual sex.
The show’s presenter is Sean Fletcher, but the feminist broadcaster Emma Barnett also plays a significant role. Followers of this blog may recall her scandalous radio interview of Cassie Jaye, former Hollywood actress and subsequently a film producer, most recently of the remarkable film The Red Pill. I had the pleasure of spending time with Cassie in Norwich earlier this year. Barry Wright, a local man, generously funded a couple of screenings of The Red Pill, and also paid for the travel and accommodation of numerous people including Cassie Jaye, Paul Elam, and Erin Pizzey. Cassie and Barry:
Cassie and myself:
The three other people in the studio discussion tomorrow will be, as you’d expect, of the female persuasion:
Dawn Foster of The Guardian. Last year we published a piece, Peter Lloyd educates Dawn Foster, a whiny hatchet-faced militant feminist Guardian journalist, on Sky News.
It took me 40 years to realise a simple truth, and it is this: men are essentially uncomplicated beings whose lack of guile makes them appear deeply complex to the labyrinthine female mind.
We cannot accept there is so little to unravel in men. Therefore, we tie ourselves up in knots searching for hidden strata of thought and understanding. It doesn’t exist.
Zoe Strimpel, who writes for the Telegraph, once a fine newspaper.
It is anticipated that Jack Beresford of Loaded will be joining us on Skype.