International Conference on Men’s Issues – London, 8-10 July, 2016

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These are exciting times for people concerned by the relentless attacks on the human rights of men and boys around the world. Following the success of the first International Conference on Men’s Issues, hosted by A Voice for Men in Detroit in 2014, it’s time for another gathering.

We are pleased to announce we shall be hosting the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2016, in London, 8-10 July. We shall do so in association with A Voice for Men, the American website which is by a considerable distance the most-visited and most influential website in the world advocating for men’s human rights.

We approached a long list of potential speakers, all well-known as advocates for men’s human rights. They all agreed to our invitations, without hesitation. The conference will be a rare opportunity for you to listen to, and meet, many of the figures you may until now have only seen online. The speakers, and the provisional titles of their talks, are given below.

Keynote speaker

ErinP1Erin Pizzey Domestic violence campaigner – ‘Intergenerational Family Violence v. The Big Lie.’

In 1971, Erin Pizzey founded the very first battered women’s shelter in the world, in Chiswick, London. She had no idea what would be coming her way for her troubles, including death threats, bomb threats, and multiple incidents of stalking. In her book Prone to Violence (1982) she showed how misguided we are in dealing with Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). She has been refuting lies about IPV for 40+ years, and runs

Other speakers, in surname alphabetical order

Paul ApredaPaul Apreda Families Need Fathers (Both Parents Matter) Cymru – ‘The State’s War on Fathers’

Paul Apreda is the National Manager of the charity FNF Both Parents Matter Cymru. The charity provides practical and emotional support to parents with child contact problems in Wales, and undertakes research on issues impacting on men.


JanetJanet Bloomfield – ‘How Feminism Infantilizes Women’

Janet Bloomfield is a Canadian anti-feminist writer and blogger. She was one of the first female anti-feminist bloggers, using the pseudonym ‘JudgyBitch’. She was one of the original contributors to Women Against Feminism. She has explained that feminism is the major ideology standing in the way of legal equality between men and women.


Mike BMike Buchanan Party leader, J4MB – ‘The Political War on Men and Boys’

Mike Buchanan is a British anti-feminist author and men’s rights advocate. His last book was Feminism: the ugly truth. He launched J4MB in 2013. It remains the only political party in the English-speaking world campaigning for the human rights of men and boys on many fronts. He also runs Campaign for Merit in Business.


PaulPaul Elam Founder and publisher, A Voice for Men – ‘Gynocentrism: the Root of Feminism’

Paul Elam is an American, and the most well-known men’s human rights advocate in the world. A former mental health professional, he launched A Voice for Men (AVfM) in 2009. AVfM has long been the most-visited and most influential website in the world advocating for men’s human rights.


deanDean Esmay, National Coalition for Men (NCFM) – ‘Men Going Their Own Way, and the new Renaissance’

Dean is a world-renowned activist and expert on intimate partner violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, public policy and MGTOW. He is a contributor to many publications, former Managing Editor of A Voice for Men, and is currently with The National Coalition for Men.


Untitled-3Janice Fiamengo Professor, Department of English, Ottawa University – ‘How Feminism is Destroying Higher Education’

Janice Fiamengo is a strident Canadian supporter of free speech, and an advocate for gender fairness. She is producing a series of anti-feminist videos called The Fiamengo File.


sage1Sage Gerard Collegiate Activism Director, AVfM Operations LLC – ‘How to Bring Men’s Rights to Campus’

Sage Gerard is an internationally-recognized advocate for men’s rights student organizations, and an authoritative contact for students trying to resist hostile universities. Sage founded Zen Men to counteract gender ideology in education systems.


Tim HTim Hammond – ‘Exploring the Aftermath of Male Circumcision: Findings from the 2012 Global Survey of Infant Circumcision’

Tim Hammond is an American independent researcher and human rights advocate. He has conducted two surveys into the long-term adverse effects of infant circumcision (Male Genital Mutilation) on men’s health.


Untitled-5Anil Kumar Save Indian Family Foundation – ‘Organizational Models that made the difference: Success stories in India’

Anil Kumar was the founder of India’s first ever men’s community centres, in New Delhi and Bangalore. He has testified twice in front of Parliamentary inquiries, seeking to protect innocent men and women from the impact of false allegations against men. His community centre website is SIFF’s NGO (charitable trust) website is


PurtyHerbert Purdy– ‘Feminism: Their Angry Creed’

Herbert Purdy is a British author, commentator, and blogger on feminism and its effect on society. He stands implacably opposed to all it represents, and believes it is time people woke up to its danger.


karenKaren Straughan – ‘Toxic Femininity’

Karen Straughan (GirlWritesWhat) is a Canadian anti-feminist who has been writing and video blogging on gender issues since 2010. Her widely-admired videos have raised the consciousness about gender issues and feminism of huge numbers of people. She has been described as the #1 Recruiting Sergeant for the Men’s Human Rights Movement.


Lucian111Lucian Valsan European News Director, AVFM Operations, LLC – ‘The Status of Men in Continental Europe: Ideology, Legislation, and Activism’

Lucian Valsan is a Romanian libertarian-conservative, polyglot, and staunch non-feminist. He runs the YouTube channel Freedom Alternative.


MiloMilo Yiannopoulos – ‘How to Beat Feminists in Debates’

Milo Yiannopoulos is a British journalist and entrepreneur. He founded The Kernel, an online tabloid magazine about technology, which he sold to Daily Dot Media in 2014. He was involved in the Gamergate controversy, criticizing the politicization of video game culture. He is an Associate Editor for, a United States-based news and opinion website.


Milo’s article for Breitbart on ICMI16 is here.


Tickets for the three-day conference will cost £265.00, and there will be a four-month easy payment option, at no extra charge. An Early Bird Discount price of £225 will be available for a short time, equivalent to £75 per day.

It’s important, of course, that we’re assured of sufficient delegates to make this conference financially viable. To give us a clear sense of the minimum delegate numbers we might expect, we are asking people planning to attend, to pay a pre-registration fee of £22.00 no later than 22:00 GMT on Sunday 6 December. You can do so by clicking on this link, using PayPal or credit/debit cards. Please email me ( if you experience any difficulty making a payment.

IMPORTANT: Please do not send anything more than the £22.00 pre-registration fee at this stage, and do not book flights or accommodation until we officially announce the conference will be going ahead.

Pre-registration fees will be non-refundable, if the conference proceeds as planned.

In the event that a conference on the scale envisaged proves to be unviable, or a smaller conference planned, pre-registration fees will be refunded in full upon request, or credited against the conference ticket price.

A decision will be taken w/c 7 December on whether:

  • the conference will proceed as planned
  • a smaller conference will be undertaken
  • the event will be cancelled

Pre-registration fee refunds that are required will be processed no later than 31 December 2015.

Conference tickets will be on sale from w/c 7 December. Only people who have paid pre-registration fees will be eligible to buy tickets before the end of December, and the £22 pre-registration fee will be deducted from ticket prices. From 1 January, tickets will be made available to the general public.

If you want to be very sure of attending the conference, pre-register, and pay for your ticket before the end of December.

Paying the pre-registration fee alone will not guarantee you a ticket. If you seek to buy a ticket after 1 January, and tickets are no longer available, your pre-registration fee will be refunded in full.

J4MB is taking full responsibility for the financial aspects of the conference. Any surplus from the event will be placed in the J4MB ‘war chest’ which covers our campaign-related expenses, including the heavy costs of executing our 2020 general election strategy. Nobody connected with J4MB draws personal income from donations, party membership subscriptions, conference ticket sales, or any other revenue streams.

Our strategy is to challenge the party (or parties) in power, because only they can stop the state’s attacks on the human rights of men and boys. Under David Cameron’s leadership since 2010, the Conservative party has been at least as pro-feminist / anti-male as the Labour administrations of 1997-2010, and in some areas even worse.

We are really looking forward to meeting you all at the London conference, and seeing old friends from across the world, as well as making new ones.

Why not combine the event with a longer trip to London? Maybe a long weekend if you are travelling locally, or a wonderful holiday in the UK – or possibly beyond – if you’re travelling from further afield. A visitor’s guide to London is here. July is undoubtedly the best month of the year for weather in the UK, being generally sunny and dry, and tourist numbers are lower than in August.

Whatever the weather, you can be sure of a warm welcome at the conference. And for those on tight budgets, we’re investigating the availability and cost of student accommodation in London, near our preferred conference venues. We look forward to meeting you and, together, taking the next decisive step forward for the human rights of men and boys (and the women who love them). We are confident this event will in time be seen as another landmark in the struggle for justice for men and boys, in line with the 2014 Detroit conference.

Mike Buchanan, Party Leader
Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them)
Kemp House
152 City Road
London, EC1V 2NX

P.S. A few words on the depth of capability behind the conference. I worked as a consultant and Head of Procurement for the Conservative Party from 2006-2008, developing a highly successful commercial model for its conferences which, with 12,000+ delegates every year, have long been the biggest multi-day conference events in Europe. Using my experience, expertise, and contacts, we can expect this conference to run smoothly on all fronts.

P.P.S. For people who may not be well versed in men’s issues, the key issues include:

Circumcision of male minors (Male Genital Mutilation) – the procedure is unquestionably illegal in the UK, but Theresa May MP, Home Secretary, declined to answer our FOI request, which asked why the police are not prosecuting the practitioners. MGM also breaches numerous Articles of European Union and United Nations conventions.

Educational attainment – males have been falling behind females throughout the education system for many years. Women are given financial assistance denied to men, e.g. at Brunel University, only women doing MSc courses in Engineering are given an additional £22,750.

Employment – anti-male discrimination in recruitment and promotion.

Domestic violence – male victims are denied support. Virtually all refuge places are allocated to women and children.

Fathers – denied access to their children following family breakdowns.

Armed Forces veterans – denied adequate support for dealing with mental health issues, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Homelessness – almost 90% of street homeless are men.

Suicide – the male:female suicide rate ratio has increased from 1.7:1 to 3.5:1 in 30 years.

Prison sentencing – five out of six men in British prisons wouldn’t be there, if men were sentenced as leniently as women for the same crimes.

Paternity fraud – the Crown never prosecutes women committing this crime, even when it has proof of their guilt from paternity tests.

Anonymity for suspected sex offenders – men’s lives are ruined by false rape allegations. The men’s accusers enjoy anonymity, while the men don’t.

Divorce – financially crippling settlements still demanded from men.

Healthcare provision – two national screening programmes for female-specific cancers, none for male-specific cancers, although as many men die from prostate cancer, as women die from breast cancer.

Political representation – all-women shortlists, women preferenced for ministerial positions. Jess Phillips (a Labour MP) blocked the application of Philip Davies (a Conservative MP) for a debate on men’s issues on International Men’s Day, November 19. Happily, the debate is going to go ahead, anyway.

State intervention in director appointments – the government continues to bully FTSE companies into appointing more female directors, although longitudinal studies show a causal link between increasing female representation on corporate boards, and financial decline. Mike Buchanan presented that evidence to House of Commons and House of Lords inquiries in 2012.

Public understanding of these issues, and the roles feminists play in most of them, is growing by the day. If you wish to learn more about these men’s issues (and others) a good starting point may be our 2015 general election manifesto, which covered 20 areas where the human rights of men and boys are assaulted by the actions and inactions of the state. In the UK, the human rights of women and girls specifically are assaulted by the state in no areas.

The J4MB YouTube library is here. It includes 100+ radio and television appearances by Mike Buchanan since the launch of J4MB in 2013.

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International Men’s Day, 19 November – join us in Parliament Square, protesting against Male Genital Mutilation

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[Note added 3.11.15: Theresa May MP, Home Secretary, has declined to respond to our FOI request, which asked why the police aren’t prosecuting people who carry out non-therapeutic circumcision of male minors (Male Genital Mutilation – MGM), when the procedure is unquestionably illegal. No politicians deny MGM is illegal. No civil servants, including those working for the Crown Prosecution Service, deny MGM is illegal. The Home Office’s response to our FOI request is here.]

[Note added 8.11.15: We’ll be handing out up to 2,000 leaflets during this protest, with some different content to the leaflets we handed out at the recent Conservative party conference in Manchester. The Men Do Complain content is here, while the J4MB content is here. You can access the supporting materials by clicking on the URLs at the bottom of each page.

We’ll be carrying six large placards, two apiece of three designs  – #1, #2, #3. Men Do Complain will be bringing their own placards, as well as a lengthy banner or two.]

Proof that the non-therapeutic circumcision of male minors is illegal is here, our notes of a presentation given at a Genital Autonomy conference in 2013 by James Chegwidden, a barrister, with a link to the original audio file. From the first page of the document:

The default position of the criminal law is that circumcision is a crime and it requires a parliamentary override to stop it being a crime.

There is no such parliamentary override. In plain English – MGM is a crime.

Three weeks ago J4MB supporters travelled to the Conservative party conference in Manchester, and over two days we supported the anti-MGM organization Men Do Complain (MDC). We handed out 2,000 leaflets – the design is here – and we engaged in a huge number of cordial discussions, many with circumcised men, including Jews and Muslims. A short video of our work is here, the third image above was taken on the second day.

We’ll be supporting MDC again on International Men’s Day, in Parliament Square, London, on 19 November (12:00 – 16:00). A Men Do Complain blog piece – here – has details of the exact location, and other details. I plan to be among those wearing white attire with red marks, similar to the attire worn by MDC supporters at a protest in Belgrave Square, the second of the images above.

I invite you to join us on 19 November, please email me to let me know if you can make it. Some Men Do Complain T-shirts will be available, and if you can don white attire, all the better (red paint will be available). The key objective is to make ourselves (and in turn our messages on MGM) visible, and to once again distribute large numbers of leaflets to members of the public. The protest will be video recorded, along with interview of passers-by, and we’ll be joined by a lady working on a project for an hour-long television programme on men’s rights advocates for a major British broadcaster.

The leaflets will point people to important materials such as the evidence that MGM is illegal in the UK and breaches numerous Articles of UN and EU conventions, as well as videos including the findings of the 2012 Global Survey on Circumcision Harm and Child Circumcision: an Elephant in the Hospital.

I look forward to you joining us at this important protest. We’ll be issuing a press release a week before the event, in a bid to maximise media coverage. The more protesters we have at the event, the more impact we’ll have. It really is as simple as that. Please be there, if you possibly can. Thank you for your support, and for doing what you can to end MGM.

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An invitation to become a party member

When J4MB was launched in February 2013, we had no basis for forecasting how well, if at all, we would be received by the general public. At that time, the prevailing public conviction was that feminists pursue gender equality, in stark contrast to what was demonstrably true.

Only a small minority of women are feminists. They seek gender supremacy, regardless of the impact on men, women, boys, girls, nuclear families, public institutions, and wider society. They are driven by misandry (the hatred of men). If anyone should doubt the truth of these assertions, we invite them to read our 2015 general election manifesto. It explores 20 areas where the human rights of men and/or boys are assaulted by the actions and inactions of the state, usually to advantage women and/or girls. There are no areas in which the state assaults the human rights of women and/or girls specifically.

The 20 areas are:


Foetal alcohol syndrome

Genital mutilation

Fatherlessness, restoring strong families



Access to children after family breakdowns

Domestic violence

Sexual abuse

Armed Forces veterans’ mental health issues



Criminal justice system

Paternity fraud

Anonymity for suspected sexual offenders


Healthcare provision

Political representation

State interference in director appointments

Expectation of retirement years

The assaults on men and boys are often led or enabled by feminists in influential positions e.g. Theresa May MP (Home Secretary), Nicky Morgan MP (Education Secretary, Minister for Women and Equalities), Alison Saunders (Director of Public Prosecutions). Most of the assaults, however, are led by men with no concern for the wellbeing of men and boys as a class.

J4MB is the only political party in the English-speaking world campaigning for the human rights of men and boys on many fronts. We are reliant on donors to cover the party’s costs, and nobody connected with the party draws any personal income from donations.

Supporters (including donors) tell us we can be proud of what we’ve achieved in two and a half years. Donors have sent sums ranging from £2 to £2,000. We’ve had over 100 appearances on mainstream television and radio – here. Countless newspaper, magazine, and blog pieces have been written about us. The tone of the reporting has usually been challenging and often antagonistic, which we expected, but we have also been surprised by the interest we have triggered in some of the most unlikely people, and we can be sure that we have broken the blanket belief that men’s and boys’ issues are either non-existent, or unimportant. The comments streams following online articles have been very supportive of J4MB and what we’re seeking to achieve.

Our long-term strategy is to challenge the party in power (or parties, in the event of a coalition) because only they have the power to reverse anti-male legislation and policy directions.

We’re working towards the 2020 general election, in which we plan to field candidates in the 20 most marginal seats won by the Conservatives in 2015 – details here. Thanks to existing party members, we already have funding streams in place to pay for those 20 candidates’ £500 deposits.

We intend to significantly reduce the Conservatives’ prospects of being re-elected in 2020, in order to raise public awareness of men’s and boys’ issues. In coalition with the Liberal Democrats from 2010, and in sole power from 2015, the Conservatives have been no less anti-male than the Labour party, in some areas going even further than the Labour administrations of 1997-2010.

We’re going to raise our game in a number of areas, which will require a stronger financial base. We wish to increase our membership base in order to meet increasing campaigning costs, and to help build a ‘fighting fund’ for the 2020 general election.

We invite you to become a party member. It’s the most efficient way to demonstrate your support of our work, reducing the need for the periodic appeals upon which we’ve largely relied in the past. It will also free up valuable time for political campaigning, which would otherwise be spent on fundraising.

We’ve established a range of membership grades, ranging from monthly sums of £5.00 (16 pence per day) to £100.00 (£3.28 per day):

Membership grade                  Monthly donation                   

Bronze                                                        £5.00

Silver                                                          £10.00

Gold                                                            £25.00

Platinum                                                    £50.00

Diamond                                                    £100.00

Members will receive a signed membership certificate, one of the A3 leaflets we were distributing during the 2015 general election – the window poster element is here – and two individually numbered silicone wristbands.

We’d prefer you set up a Standing Order payable directly into the J4MB account, thereby ensuring the full sum of your donations go to J4MB. Our account details:

Account name: Justice for Men & Boys

Sort code: 309054

Account number: 54880968

IBAN: GB08LOYD30905454880968


Monthly donations can be set up through PayPal, although (small) commissions are taken from donations made that way:

If you want to put in place a regular donation of another amount, we would of course be deeply grateful.

Please email me with the membership grade you’ve settled on, the name you’d like printed on your membership certificate, and your address. Thank you for your support.

Best wishes,

Mike Buchanan


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HSBC to start blacking out names on CVs as part of drive to ensure half of its senior jobs are given to women

Our thanks to M for this.

It’s difficult to know where to start with this story. For one thing, male unemployment is higher than female unemployment in the UK, and unemployment is a bigger suicide risk factor for men than women, so anything that’s designed to drive up female employement at the cost of male employment is bound to contribute to the already high male suicide rate – including the government initiatives designed to drive women into traditionally male-dominated fields of work, such as engineering.

Anti-male bias in recruitment and promotion is endemic in the public sector, but we’re seeing more cases in the private sector, facilitated in both cases by female-dominated Human Remains departments. The means in the public sector is often the Equality Act 2010, which is gender-blind, but in practise it’s only ever used to preference women over men with respect to jobs in pleasant surroundings. I’ve never heard of a case of it being used to preference men over women, and of course women have a virtual monopoly of unchallenging administrative jobs in both sectors.

Then there’s the issue in the Daily Mail story of ‘unconscious bias’. An extract from the piece:

HSBC Bank said it would introduce a range of measures to promote women across its 37,000-strong workforce – which includes 5,500 senior jobs.

These include implementing the Government’s new ‘name blind’ CV screening initiative for both junior and senior rules. It is hoped that blanking out the names of candidates will eradicate potential ‘unconscious bias’ in the initial selection process and ‘ensure that candidates proceed to interview on merit’.

The bank will require recruitment firms to send it ‘50/50 candidate shortlists’ for all senior manager roles.

The idea that men display ‘unconscious bias’ towards recruiting and promoting men is yet another feminist myth that won’t die. We know from Steve Moxon’s The Woman Racket (2008) that the group displaying strong in-group preference is not men, but women.

Two years ago we posted a piece titled, ‘Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive, HSBC – sexist, racist, ageist.’ An extract:

Stuart Gulliver, 54, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, calls his industry ‘male, pale and stale’, managing to fit into just four words sexism, racism, and ageism. The four women on his bank’s board – out of a total of 17 directors – are all non-executives. Does that alone not tell this man anything?

The piece included a link to a study of German banks which found that increasing the proportion of women on executive boards increased risk taking. This makes a mockery of the feminist claim that if Lehman Brothers had been Lehman Sisters, the financial crash of 2009 would not have happened.

Unusually for a piece on a gendered matter, the journalist is a man, James Salmon. The only intelligent content in his whole feminist-friendly article is the following, right at the end:

But the initiative was dismissed as ‘nonsense’ by David Buik, a veteran commentator from broker Panmure Gordon. He said:

‘If half of senior jobs are filled by women on merit then so be it. But just to clutter the respective teams up with women on a quota basis has to be nonsense.


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Alison Saunders – her response to our FOI request is FIVE weeks overdue

Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, failed to respond by the required deadline to our FOI request asking for minutes of meetings she’s had since she took on her role, with organizations advocating for victims of domestic and/or sexual abuse. Her response is now FIVE weeks overdue.

Our letter to Ms Saunders is here, and in a moment I’ll alert the Crown Prosecution Service to this blog post. We’ll publish a post each week on the delay by Alison Saunders, until we get a response.

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Hillary Clinton – hopefully not the next President of the United States


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Autumn Statement 2015: Tampon Tax money to be donated to women’s charities

You couldn’t make this s*** up, could you? The VAT on shaving products is 20%, the VAT on sanitary products 5%. We look forward to George Osborne passing on the government’s Shaving Tax money – a great deal more than is paid by women for sanitary products – to men’s charities such as The Mankind Initiative.

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The Marc Bolan London Music Project / Marc Bolan School (Sierra Leone)

I’m in a pub in London, working on the paperback edition of Feminism: the ugly truth, and awaiting the arrival of Angry Harry for a pie and a pint. The pub’s very busy, and a couple of men just asked if they could sit at my table, and of course I agreed.

It soon became evident (they had to talk loudly, given the ambient noise) they were talking enthusiastically about the late British musician Marc Bolan. I was a fan in my mid-teens, and recall my friends finding that a bit naff. Brian (70) is concerned with the Marc Bolan School project in Sierra Leone, while Michael (55) is the driving force behind The Marc Bolan London Music Project.

Sometimes you meet the most intriguing people in pubs. Sometimes you don’t. It’s a bit of a lottery.

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Holloway Prison to close, George Osborne announces

Our thanks to PL for this. Excerpts:

Holloway Prison is to close, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said this afternoon. Mr Osborne announced the women’s prison, in Parkhurst Road, will shut in his spending review and autumn statement. Though he wasn’t specific about the Holloway site, he appeared to suggest the building will make way for housing.

Mr Osborne said: “I can tell the House that Holloway Prison, the biggest women’s jail in western Europe, will close. In the future, women prisoners will serve their sentences in more humane conditions, better designed to keep them away from crime.”

Hmm, could George not apply the same logic to 95% of prisoners, close Wormwood Scrubs, and announce this?

In the future, men prisoners will serve their sentences in more humane conditions, better designed to keep them away from crime.

This would seem as good a time as any to post yet again the piece by William Collins, in which he showed that if male criminals were sentenced with the same leniency as female criminals, five out of six men in British prisons wouldn’t be there. Gender equality would solve the perennial prison overcrowding crisis, and save vast sums of money. The Chancellor of the Exchequer should be interested in this, but we have to assume he’s as disinterested as Michael Gove, Justice Secretary, proved to be, when we wrote to him.

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Janet Bloomfield: Rape is not a feeling

Excellent. Another piece prompted by the case of George Lawlor, the estimable Warwick University student who refused to attend a sexual consent course.

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Janet Bloomfield: Refusing to talk about violent women hurts women more than it hurts men

In common with all JB’s blog pieces, interesting. I’m looking forward to her speech at ICMI16, in London – ‘How Feminism Infantilizes Women’.

Details of the conference are here. If you want to be sure of attending, you’ll need to pay a pre-registration fee of £22 by 22:00 GMT, 6 December, and then pay for your ticket (or pay the first of four monthly instalments) by 22:oo GMT, 31 December. Tickets will go on sale to the general public 1 January, and we’re not planning to sell tickets at the door.

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Lucian Valsan: 5 practical ways to deal with feminists

Lucian Valsan, a Romanian MHRA, will be speaking at ICMI16. Enjoy.

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Belinda Brown: Feminist bullies and the pernicious myth that sexual morality is just about ‘consent’

Excellent. A piece prompted by the George Lawlor case at Warwick University.

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