Sky’s Sophy Ridge introduces the leader of “Scottish Labia”

Enjoy (video, 11 seconds).

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Feminist lies shattered by Mike Buchanan – Notts TV, April 2015

My thanks to Steve for checking out Capt. Nemo’s YouTube channel – here. Capt. Nemo has mirrored a number of my TV interviews, and Steve believes the one with the highest number of views (740,000+) is this, an interview on Notts TV recorded shortly before the 2015 general election. It’s attracted almost 4,500 comments to date, six in the last 24 hours alone.

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Women are more violent towards their partners than men, study finds

Our thanks to Paul for this.

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KABOOM! Mike Buchanan Demomansplains feminists on London Live TV

Our thanks to Lee for this (video, 4:17). He also points out that Captain Nemo’s piece (video, 14:49) on the same programme, posted almost exactly two years ago, has attracted 720,000+ views and 4,800+ comments so far, more comments are being posted daily.

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GO GIRLS!!!

Our thanks to Peter for this (video, 5 seconds). The sign reads, ALLEZ LES FILLES!!! Peter writes:

However many times I watch it, it just doesn’t get old.

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Caitlin Moran: Toxic Feminist of the Month

I subscribe to The Times despite the huge amount of space given to Caitlin Moran, a particularly narcissistic and vile feminist ‘journalist’. I try not to read what she writes, but her column today was an outrageous piece on rape, and she has duly won our Toxic Feminist of the Month award.

Ms Moran seems to have overlooked the evidence suggesting that most (male) rapists were sexually abused as children by one or more women, sometimes their own mothers. A link to that evidence is in the section on sexual abuse in our last election manifesto (pp. 31-7).

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William Collins: Calling Welsh Fathers

A tip of the hat to William Collins for a piece alerting people to an important survey which closes 9 June.

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‘Feminism: The Ugly Truth’: new ebook edition available

An updated ebook edition of my book Feminism: The Ugly Truth, originally published in 2012, has just been published. It’s available on all e-readers. Confusingly, on Amazon websites the publication date is still shown as February 2012, but if you click on the ‘Look Inside’ facility, you’ll see it’s the new edition because of the 2017 date on the publisher’s page at the start. You’ll also be able to read the first 12 chapters for free, including a new first chapter, ‘Feminists are liars’.

Compared with the 2012 edition, the new edition has a new Introduction, two new chapters, and four new Appendices.

The Kindle edition is available to buy from Amazon UK here, from Amazon US here.

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Lorraine Atkinson: Violent and dangerous places – the rise in prison suicides in England and Wales

Our thanks to Mo for this lengthy piece on the website ‘openDemocracyUK’. Lorraine Atkinson is a Senior Policy Officer at the Howard League for Penal Reform. As we’d expect from anyone working for the HLPR, there’s not a single sentence in the article referring to the gendered nature of prisons, with 95% of prisoners being men.

The HLPR is not alone in its anti-male bias. The following can be found on our party’s Wikipedia page, the statements by Jenny Earle of the Prison Reform Trust are outright lies:

The party co-hosted the second International Conference on Men’s Issues in London, between 8 and 10 July 2016 in association with A Voice for Men. Conservative member of parliament Philip Davies, a member of the Justice Select Committee, spoke to the conference asserting that the criminal justice system favours women’s over men’s rights. [J4MB: He provided plenty of evidence to prove his ‘assertion’.]

Jenny Earle, director of Prison Reform Trust’s programme for reducing women’s imprisonment [J4MB: our emphasis – the PRT has no programme for reducing men’s imprisonment] in response said, “The evidence is not that women are treated more leniently. In fact they are twice as likely as men to receive a custodial sentence for a first offence, and the main offence for which women are imprisoned is theft and shoplifting”.

At times people have posted evidence on our Wikipedia entry, proving that these statements are lies, but that material has always been removed by feminist editors. Last month we posted a piece, Feminist manipulations of the J4MB Wikipedia entry. It includes an example of the text removed by feminist editors.

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Karen Straughan: Want to see the badgers in Melbourne?

Enjoy (video, 4:01).

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