Monthly Archives: October 2013

Angela Epstein: ‘Feminists HATE women’

Angela Epstein is a non-feminist journalist and broadcaster to whom Campaign for Merit in Business presented a coveted ‘Maggie’ award 12 months ago: http://c4mb.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/angela-epstein-is-awarded-a-maggie/ Our thanks to J for pointing us to an excellent new article by Angela in the Daily … Continue reading

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Dr Jude Browne declines to answer a simple question

My warm thanks to the six supporters and donors who came out on a chilly evening yesterday to attend Dr Jude Browne’s talk on quotas for corporate boards at Cambridge University. It was predictably dreary stuff, and I didn’t detect so much as … Continue reading

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Sarah Vine: ‘Equality is drinking and dying like men’

An interesting article by Sarah Vine in today’s Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2479243/SARAH-VINE-Equality-drinking-dying-like-men.html

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Cambridge University students to appoint a Male Welfare and Gender Equalities Officer

With the Cambridge presentation less than six hours away, I was interested in a piece just sent in by a supporter: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambridge/Cambridge-college-swaps-Womens-Officer-role-for-Gender-Equalities-Officer-20131029060953.htm It’s unclear whether women will be able to apply for the Male Welfare and Gender Equalities Officer position, a question … Continue reading

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Christina Hoff Sommers: ‘What Schools Can Do to Help Boys Succeed’

An excellent new piece for Time by Christina Hoff Sommers: http://ideas.time.com/2013/10/28/what-schools-can-do-to-help-boys-succeed/?hpt=hp_t3

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Malcolm Buchanan RIP

I’ve just learned that after a long illness, my beloved 90-year-old father unexpectedly passed away this morning. He was a wonderful man in every respect – the kindest, gentlest, most generous man I’ve ever known. He jumped onto one of … Continue reading

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Diana Davison: ‘Feminism: a hierarchy of entitlement’

The American Honey Badger Diana Davison is on a roll. We’ve had great feedback to her latest video, which we linked to at the weekend, COCK v TWAT. AVfM has just published a terrific new article by her. Enjoy: http://www.avoiceformen.com/feminism/feminism-a-hierarchy-of-entitlement/

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Former heads of state call on EU to set up state surveillance of ‘intolerant’ citizens

Some people have questioned the seriousness of the EU’s intention to ban anti-feminist speech, as reported by Lucian Valsan in an article for AVfM recently, to which we linked. So we thank a supporter for pointing us towards this recent article in ‘LifeSiteNews’: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/former-heads-of-state-call-on-eu-to-set-up-state-surveillance-of-intolerant An … Continue reading

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Belinda Brown: ‘Getting women into the workplace encourages replacement, not growth’

Our thanks to Pauline for pointing us towards a highly insightful article by Belinda Brown, a social anthropologist, for Men for Tomorrow. It points to compelling evidence that driving more women into the workplace doesn’t lead to growth, despite the government’s rhetoric. It leads … Continue reading

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Janet Bloomfield: ‘Criminalizing the male gaze: giving female narcissists the upper hand’

Janet Bloomfield (aka ‘JudgyBitch’) is one of our favourite American Honey Badgers. Because of time pressures in her life – she’s a mother of two young children, and is working on a business-related PhD, among other things – she’s having to cut down … Continue reading

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