Sophie “Doughnuts” Walker, the fomer leaderene of the Women’s Equality Party, won two Lying feminist of the Month awards while in that position (as did Sandy Toxic). She lost her deposit when challenging Philip Davies MP at the last general election, and captained a team of Reading University alumni to a 240-0 defeat in a University Challenge final. The winning team was led by Katy Brand, a comedienne. Details here.
The World Economic Forum yesterday released this.
Ms Walker is now the Chief Executive of the Young Women’s Trust, which commissioned the survey to which the WEF refer. The YWT piece on the survey is here. You’ll note there are no details of the study methodology (did the survey focus on a group of young people more likely than most to identify as feminists, e.g. university students?), the questions asked in the survey, or the detailed survey findings. A link in the fourth bullet point, amusingly, takes you to the Fawcett Society report in 2016 which revealed how few British women and men identify as feminists (9 per cent and 4 per cent, respectively).
As an ideology, if not yet as a political force, feminism is dead. Like the Norwegian Blue parrot in the Monty Python sketch, it is deceased and is nailed to its perch. It is no more, it has ceased to be, it is bereft of life, it is an ex-parrot. It has gone to meet its maker, and join the choir invisible. It is neither pining for the fjords, nor stunned. It is DEAD.
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