Sex robots

Our thanks to Rod for this, by a female journalist in the Women’s section of the Telegraph. She’s concerned about the ‘societal implications’, surely meaning ‘the implications for women’. The home-made Scarlett Johannson (£35,000) looks very impressive.

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Peter Leckie RIP

It is with considerable sadness that I report the recent death of Peter Leckie, 55, a former Trustee of Parity. He was a supporter of J4MB from the outset, and at his request I spoke at one of Parity’s AGMs.

Peter, a Roman Catholic, suffered serious back problems throughout his adult life, following a sports injury when he was a teenager. About 18 months ago, in frustration with conventional medicine, he went online and bought some drugs, which apparently resulted in a speedy decline in his physical health. In more recent times he contracted Motor Neurone Disease.

A short obituary in the Liverpool Echo is here, along with details of his forthcoming funeral.

Our thoughts are with Peter’s family and friends.

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Why is Jelena Ostapenko allowed to screech like a demented parrot?

BBC1 is currently showing Venus Williams v Jelena Ostapenko, a Latvian player, at Wimbledon. When she serves, Ostapenko screeches like a demented parrot. The umpiress should cancel the match, but of course she won’t.

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ITV and New Statesman are offering internships to non-whites only. Philip Davies MP: “Positive discrimination is racism, pure and simple.”

Appalling.

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Canadian Supreme Court finds it’s not rape if a boy looks older (but it’s rape if a girl looks older)

Our thanks to Toy Soldiers for this.

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Maria Miller MP elected unopposed as chair of the Women and Equalities Committee

The woeful Conservative MP Maria Miller – who always reminds me of a manatee, in much the same way that mention of Reginald Perrins’ mother-in-law put him in mind of a hippopotamus – has been elected unopposed to chair the Women and Equalities Committee. The exciting announcement is on the committee’s website, here. Conservative nominations for the post included Iain Duncan Smith, to his eternal shame, while Labour nominations included Jess Phillips and Yvette Balls.

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ICMI17 Special

A tip of the hat to Anthony Corniche III for this (44:09). It’s a mixture of speaker and attendee video and audio interviews.

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Teenage circumcision goes awry claiming at least 11 lives in Eastern Cape province, South Africa

Our thanks to Martin for this piece in the International Business Times. An extract:

In certain African cultures, circumcision is considered a sacred ritual to mark a male teenager’s transition to manhood. The initiation season typically begins at the start of winter when teenagers across the villages are made to undergo circumcision.

Despite the government’s “Zero Deaths” campaign, circumcision-linked deaths have been rampant in the Eastern Cape province where as many as 70 circumcision-related deaths took place in 2016. Besides, dozens of teenagers sustained penile injuries.

It simply beggars belief that with 70 deaths in 2016, there were only ‘dozens’ of teenage boys sustaining penile injuries, even leaving aside the obvious point that ALL circumcisions lead to penile injury. I would expect the true number to be in the hundreds, maybe even thousands.

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A BBC T-shirt design you’ll enjoy

I recently gave a 30-minute talk on men’s issues to a UKIP constituency association, and it went well. One member of the audience was wearing a T-shirt with a design which made me laugh out loud:

Is that true? Or did you hear it on the BBC?

There may be a number of suppliers of the shirts, I don’t know, but one is here.

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New J4MB shirt designs – “Men’s rights are human rights”, “FEMINISM IS CANCER”

Two new shirt designs have been loaded onto the online J4MB store. Details of the products available, and a link to the store, can be found here.

J4MB shirts are an inexpensive and highly visible way to show your support for men’s rights and/or your opposition to feminism, to the vast majority of people who never enter the men’s rights ‘bubble’. In the words of the title of my recent ICMI17 talk:

LET’S GET VISIBLE

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