Monthly Archives: July 2014

Laura Perrins: ‘Feminism is not the sisterhood. It is the victimhood.’

Another strong piece by Laura Perrins for a recently-launched website we much admire, ‘The Conservative Woman’. All the pieces on that website by both Laura and Kathy Gyngell are well worth reading.

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Another soap star – David Easter of ‘Emmerdale’ – is assaulted by the ‘justice’ system

Can you imagine that if, as a man, you were to allege you were sexually abused by a female soap star 17 years ago, the police would publicly reveal your identity, only to drop the prosecution subsequently on account of … Continue reading

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The Berlin Wall, moments of history, and #womenagainstfeminism

A terrific new article from Dean Esmay.

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A new meme

Our thanks to a supporter for this.

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Acid attacks in Italy – manipulation of the press

A truly shocking story.

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Whoopi Goldberg: ‘Teach women not to hit men’

This is impressive.

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Jason Bane: Please tell me more about my male privilege!

Just published.

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Angry Harry interviews Janet Bloomfield. You HAVE to catch this. Seriously, you DO.

Here at the J4MB HQ in the throbbing metropolis of Bedford, we’re huge fans of both Angry Harry and Janet Bloomfield (‘JudgyBitch’). Some unnamed genius came up with the idea of AH interviewing JB, and the result is this. It’s … Continue reading

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Herbert Purdy comments on the CSJ report

Earlier this afternoon we linked to a Centre for Social Justice report on how the government could reverse family breakdown. It’s always good to received Herbert Purdy’s comments on our posts, and we thank him warmly for the following: “Well, … Continue reading

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Centre for Social Justice report: ‘FULLY COMMITTED? How a Government could reverse family breakdown’

An interesting new report from the CSJ, the second in their series Breakthrough Britain. The first paragraph of the Introduction: Ten years of research – particularly hearing firsthand the experience of poverty-fighting charities in the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Alliance … Continue reading

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