British Pregnancy Advisory Service: Tick tock – we need to call time on the biological clock message

Our thanks to Martin for this. The article clearly shows why ‘we’ should NOT ‘call time on the biological clock message’. The writer works for an orgaization which exists to facilitate the killing of unborn children, and campaigns for women to be allowed to kill more of them, so is presumably happy when women fail to become pregnant because they’ve left it too late, in terms of their fertility.

Martin writes:

Why don’t they just teach women they can’t have it all?

An excerpt:

The fact that teenage pregnancy is at its lowest ever level since records began is a cause for celebration. Any young woman who finds herself pregnant and who wishes to continue that pregnancy needs support – not stigma.

Young women ‘find’ themselves pregnant? Hmm, how does that happen? Following a visit by the pregnancy fairy?

If you click on the website of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, you’re immediately met with this:

Considering Abortion?
We are the UK’s leading abortion care service.

The organization should clearly be renamed the British Abortion Advisory Service.

Our position on abortion is in our 2015 general election manifesto (pp.5,6).

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Tory MP Philip Davies says joining Twitter was one of the worst mistakes of his life as ‘all my 16,000 followers hate me’

A piece in The Sun, published two days ago. An excerpt:

“I am not on Facebook, but I am on Twitter. I regard going on Twitter as probably one of the worst things I have ever done in my life.

“I have about 16,000 followers, all of whom hate me.”

Mr Davies added: “It is very interesting to read what they have to say, but it all seems rather pointless.

“They can hurl as much abuse as they like – it does not bother me – but I am not entirely sure that it gets us anywhere.”

The BBC produced a short piece on the matter. An excerpt:

Philip Davies, a critic of political correctness and “zealous” feminism, who campaigns for “men’s rights,” told fellow MPs those who were not on Facebook or Twitter were “the sensible ones”.

I’m convinced journalism students are taught to put text in speech marks when they want to create the impression in readers’ minds, that the text is about something which the reader should be suspicious about. The idea that feminists might be zealots, or men should have rights! Ridiculous.

Please join me in following Philip on Twitter. You can do so here.

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Feminism was BAD for two-thirds of woman, says FAY WELDON: Outspoken She Devil author risks infuriating working mothers by claiming their cause helped to drive down men’s wages by half

Our thanks to Mike P for this.

Fay Weldon’s What Makes Women Happy was published in 2006. From the first page:

The brutal answer to what makes women happy is, ‘Nothing, not for more than ten minutes at a time’.

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UKIP and J4MB now have the same number of MPs

Our thanks to David for this. Douglas Carswell, until today UKIP’s sole MP, has quit the party. Henceforth he will sit in the House of Commons as the independent MP for Clacton.

In 1991 the Anti-Federalist League was launched by Alan Sked, a historian. He stood as the prospective MP for Bath in the 1992 general election. When I stood in Ashfield in the 2015 general election, I attracted 30% more votes than Alan Sked did in 1993 .

The Anti-Federalist League was renamed the UK Independence Party in 1993. It took UKIP 24 years to have the same number of MPs today, as J4MB has managed in just four years.

Wikipedia have published an entry on J4MB over the past two years, the current one is here. There are a number of errors, probably attributable to feminist editresses, but none are of great import. One particularly attentive editress is ‘The Vintage Feminist’, as you can see from the entry’s revision history.

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New J4MB polo shirt and T-shirt design: ‘This is what an anti-feminist looks like’

We’ve just added a new design (above) to the polo shirts and T-shirts available at the J4MB store. The shirts are available in a wide variety of sizes and colours, the polo shirts in 100% cotton or polycotton. We’ve had good feedback from supporters about the quality of the garments and print. The new design can be printed in either black or white.

Please let me know (mike@j4mb.org.uk) of any new designs you’d like to be made available in the J4MB store. We’ll consider putting up new designs which we consider have sales potential.

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William Collins: MGM – Claimed Medical Benefits (Part 1)

Outstanding. We look forward to Parts 2 and 3 in due course.

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Would you like to be the next leader of the Women’s Equality Party?

Details here. The position will be for a term of five years. Good luck.

It would appear that Sophie ‘Doughnut’ Walker plans to step down. She’s won two Lying Feminist of the Month awards, as has her BBC licence payer funded colleague, Sandi Toxic.

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A task for Mothers’ Day

Mothers’ Day is in two days time. Ian, our legal adviser, writes:

Task for the day:

As you go round your area, take a photo of any shop/business/pub/restaurant that is doing a special offer for Mothers’ Day.

They have a legal duty to offer something equivalent on Fathers’ Day (June 18). If they do not offer something similar, they are in breach of their legal duty to treat men and women the same, and we can threaten them with legal action.

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Israelite Prepper: Women, you created MGTOW!

A tip of the hat to Israelite Prepper for this (video, 10:15).

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2014/15 – the income tax gender gap increased AGAIN… to £75.5 BILLION

Four years ago AVfM published my piece titled, ‘He who pays the piper, calls the tune. Or does he?’ It was an analysis following the discovery that in the 2010/11 tax year, men paid £108.0 billion of the government’s £151.6 billion income tax receipts (71.2%), while women paid just £43.6 billion (28.8%). The income tax gender gap that year was £64.4 billion. We’ve been following the issue ever since.

The state’s numerous assaults on the human rights of men and boys, as outlined in our 2015 general election manifesto, happen despite men paying the majority of income tax collected in the country. Income tax is the largest single source of government tax revenue.

The income tax gender gap increased in each of the three years following the 2010/11 tax year.

So, what of the latest year for which we have gendered data, 2014/15? The relevant Table from the ONS is here. It shows that in the 2014/15 tax year, men paid £121.0 billion of the government’s £167.0 billion income tax receipts (72.5%), while women paid £45.5 billion (27.2%). The figures don’t add up to exactly 100% because of some crude rounding in the income tax receipts stats, leading to a discrepancy of £500 million. The bottom line?

In 2014/15 men paid £75.5 billion more income tax than women, a new record.

The data for 2014/15 also gives an insight into the average income tax paid by tax-paying men and women:

  • 17.6 million men paid £121.0 billion, an average of £6,875
  • 13.1 million women paid £45.5 billion, an average of £3,473, barely half (50.5%) that paid by male taxpayers

Of course if we look at men and women as classes, rather than men and women as taxpayers, the relative contributions of men will be considerably higher, despite the fact that male unemployment has long been higher than female unemployment, and government initiatives to ‘support’ women into employment (often into male-typical lines, e.g. engineering, on which £30 milion of taxpayers’ money is being wasted).

The Conservative government’s anti-conservative and anti-family policy direction of driving ever more women into paid employment has led to record numbers of women in work, and record numbers of babies and young children beiong looked after by strangers. This has led inevitably to a great deal of unhappiness among women and children, poorer outcomes for children, and higher unemployment among men – the latter point explored by Belinda Brown in a paper in 2013, here. It has been a failure even in terms of income tax generation. Women paid £43.6 billion in 2010/11, £45.5 billion in 2014/15, an increase of just £1.9 bilion. The relative figures for men are £108.0 billion and £121.0 billion, an increase of £13.0 billion.

Year after year, the income tax gender gap increases.

In the space of just four years – from 2010/11 to 2014/15 – the income tax gender gap increased from £64.4 billion to £75.5 billion, an increase of 17.2%.

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