Monthly Archives: June 2015

When princesses collide

Well, this is different. Three rap videos with a combined duration of a little under ten minutes. The first features Sarah Michelle Gellar, a not unattractive young lady (38), it has to be said. Apparently, long ago, she slayed vampires … Continue reading

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Lucian Valsan: ‘Female Cornell University professor wants bonus points for being a woman’

You have to watch this video (6:18). Seriously, you do. Good to see Lucian pointing out that feminist shaming tactics often amount to nothing more then childish whining. My AVfM piece on ‘The Whine Club’ is here. Special Snowflake was – predictably … Continue reading

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Feminism described in one word (video)

Interesting. Possibly the most insightful description (I can’t recall having heard it before) is provided by 6oodfella (3:05).

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Julia Hartley Brewer: ‘Alison Saunders should be sacked – for the Janner case, and for her absurd views on rape.’

I’ve always been a fan of Julia Hartley Brewer, the English broadcaster and columnist. My appreciation of her only increased after she interviewed me for her LBC radio programme in March 2013, just a month after the launch of J4MB … Continue reading

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Our public challenge of Richard Fuller MP concerning MGM

We plan to field 20 candidates in the 2020 general election, in the 20 most marginal Conservative seats (17 in England, two in Wales, one in Scotland). I’ll be standing in the seat of Bedford & Kempston, where I’ve lived … Continue reading

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Tyne bridge update

A supporter of Real Fathers for Justice has now been on the Tyne bridge for nine days. Ray Barry, the leader of the organisation, has emailed us the following: The protest has it’s own Facebook page, with up-to-date news, pictures … Continue reading

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Your feelings, and why they don’t matter

A gem (2010).

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The professorial pay gender gap

Our thanks to Jeff for alerting us to the latest example of the power of whiny women, courtesy of The Independent – here. Little in the article will make sense to a critical person with an IQ above that of a … Continue reading

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Mrminibagel (16) critiques a feminist’s TEDx presentation

Enjoy.

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Simon Anderton, Real Fathers for Justice supporter, posts a review of the Tyne Bridge on Trip Advisor

Simon Anderton, 56, is a supporter of Real Fathers for Justice. Eight days ago, on Father’s Day, he scaled the Tyne Bridge, and unfurled a banner with ‘Happy Fatherless Day’ and the campaign group’s URL. He’s planning on staying for … Continue reading

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