[Note added 4.1.19: The debate on YouTube is here.]
Yesterday’s edition of the BBC programme The Big Questions, specifically the discussion on “Is feminism in crisis?”, was even worse than expected. The presenter was a woman, predictably, Rachel Burden. Far too much time was given to the grisly harridans Sheila Jeffreys (English lesbian, now based in Australia, authoress of The Industrial Vagina) and Finn Mackay – on the right below, from her Facebook page, sporting a bow tie, with her partner (wife?):
So Ms Mackay (a waste of space funded by British taxpayers, mainly men) votes Labour. What are the chances?
Is it just me, or is Finn Mackay the spitting image of Stan Laurel?
She mentioned in the programme that she has a son. You have to feel VERY sorry for the poor mite.
Belinda Brown, the only person in the studio with any public profile as a critic of feminism, was given very little time to speak.
The ridiculous claim was made by the presenter that 46 per cent of British women self-identify as feminists, although we know from a Fawcett Society survey figure from 2016 that the true figure is only 9 per cent. So the BBC exaggerated the true figure five-fold.
People with a BBC licence can watch the discussion on iPlayer, here (from 32:09).
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