Author Archives: Mike Buchanan

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.

Men commit 90% of prison suicides. Headline in The Times: ‘More women commit suicide in jail’

Four months ago we posted a piece prompted by the fact that around 90% of the ‘people’ who commit suicide in prisons are men. I was appalled by a short piece on prison suicide in yesterday’s Times, by Frances Gibb, Legal … Continue reading

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Nichole Cevario, 18-year-old Maryland student, plotted Columbine-style attack, police say

Our thanks to Mike P for this. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a difference. Thanks.

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The landlord of the Fox & Hounds public house in Westerham (Kent) “takes down ‘sexist’ sign calling for women to ‘stamp on’ men”

Yesterday we posted a piece about two sexist signs in the Ladies’ toilets at the Fox & Hounds public house in Westerham, Kent. A local media outlet, KentLive, has just published this. It’s a partial victory at this stage. The … Continue reading

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Everyday Feminism: Would you prefer not to date someone who’s fat or transgendered? Then you’re prejudiced.

Another piece for the overflowing ‘You couldn’t make this s*** up!’ file. It’s clearly inspired by all the fat feminists who nobody (other than fat lesbian feminists) would date. But frankly, even if they shifted their lard, nobody would want … Continue reading

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Jordan Holbrook: Men pay £75 billion more tax than women every year

A tip of the hat to Jordan for this piece, published today by TCW. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a … Continue reading

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Good news about our legal case over an alleged obstruction of the highway during an anti-MGM protest

Last June I allegedly obstructed the highway in Parliament Square, during a wider protest against the crime of MGM. My legal defence rested on a number of issues including the reasonableness of my short protest, given that I was protesting … Continue reading

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Rape victim says judge ‘right about women’s drunkenness’

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Philip Davies MP: It’s time to stop the obsession with quotas and all-women shortlists

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The Fox & Hounds, Westerham, Kent – home to two snarky anti-male signs in the Ladies’ toilets

Jean, a supporter, yesterday dropped into the Fox and Hounds public house in Westerham, near Sevenoaks, Kent, with her husband and daughter. From the pub’s website: It is a family run pub, led by Tim and Jo Harvey since December … Continue reading

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Top judge launches attack on Alison Saunders over acquittals in ‘drunk rape’ cases – but she hits back claiming he is ‘victim blaming’

Our thanks to Paul for this. The start of the article: A judge has launched an unprecedented attack on the head of the Crown Prosecution Service over her handling of rape trials. Judge Philip Shorrock claimed that Alison Saunders, the … Continue reading

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