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12 things you won’t read about Milo elsewhere

A tip of the hat to Guido Fawkes for this. We haven’t heard the last of Milo. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here … Continue reading

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Cressida Dick appointed as first female Met Police chief

Our thanks to Stuart and others for this. Key extracts: Cressida Dick is the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, the first woman to take charge of London’s police force. She succeeds Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who led the force from 2011 until … Continue reading

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Karen Straughan: Coming out…

It would greatly help anti-feminist campaigners if more anti-feminists publicly self-identified as such, away from their keyboards. We understand that for some of them it could have adverse professional consequences, but for many (most?) it wouldn’t. Individuals anti-feminists’ aversion to … Continue reading

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Karen Straughan’s interview at the London conference

I much enjoyed Steve Brule’s interview with Karen Straughan at the London conference – here (video, 36:08). I’m posting it now, because someone asked me if I had a link to it, I assumed we’d already posted one, but it … Continue reading

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Women and Equalities Chair Maria Miller MP reacts after the government rejects all her committee’s 17 proposals on reducing the gender pay gap

Enjoy (video, 1:17). To say Maria Miller MP is a blithering idiot would be unkind to blithering idiots in general. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the … Continue reading

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Professor Michelle Simmons, Australian quantum physicist, attacks attempts to ‘feminise’ the teaching of physics. New South Wales makes ‘major shift’ to school curriculum.

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A Red Pill per day…

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Debby Reagan, 60, ‘Marine’, is the disabled mother of four children, grandmother to three

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Project Ice Maiden: How female explorers face challenges of south pole trek

Another pointless female vanity project funded mainly by male taxpayers. In a piece on BBC News 24 in the past half hour, a member of the expedition said it would inspire women generally to ‘break through the ice ceiling’. The … Continue reading

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Stephanie Thogersen, whiny Swedish feminist, explains one reason Netflix is so successful. 96 percent of movies on Netflix are directed by men.

A few months ago I subscribed to Netflix, and watch programmes on both my TV and laptop. It’s an outstanding service (subscription is about £7.50 pcm, less than the BBC licence fee, and far better value) and I recommend it … Continue reading

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