Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Critique of Feminism: A humanitarian woman won’t be silenced about sexual and domestic violence.

Our thanks to a supporter for pointing us to this.

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Women’s Equality party will talk about ‘Equality in the Media’ – in Nottingham!

My thanks to William Gruff for pointing out the irony that the Women’s Equality party will talk about ‘Equality in the Media’ in Nottingham, the city where the local BBC radio station failed to invite Ray Barry, our other candidate, … Continue reading

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Sophie Walker, leader of the Women’s Equality party, is inviting people to nine ‘fun-packed events’ over the coming six days

Sophie Walker is the leader of the Women’s Equality party. A few weeks ago we published a piece with details of her party’s ridiculous goals. Ms Walker is inviting people to nine ‘fun-packed events’ (her words, not mine) across England, … Continue reading

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Kathy Gyngell: Want a part-time health service? Then keep hiring women doctors.

Kathy Gyngell nails it.

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Gloria De Piero MP, shadow Minister for Women & Equalities, continues to lie about the gender pay gap. Chuka Umunna, shadow Business Secretary, joins her. Nicky Morgan, true to form, makes some idiotic comments.

At the recent general election we attracted fewer votes than UKIP – a party which has been around for over 20 years, compared with our two years – but we ended up sending only one fewer MP to the House … Continue reading

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William Collins has updated his blog piece on MGM

The blog piece we cite most in relation to MGM is one by William Collins – here. We’re pleased to report he’s updated it with links to a number of materials including: – the 5hadowfax video on the WHO/UNAIDS programme … Continue reading

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British politics of sexual apartheid

An insightful new video (10:33) from Lucian Valsan, the Romanian host of the AVfM radio show, ‘Voice of Europe’. He covers a good deal of ground including Comrades Corbyn and Cooper, Claire Perry (Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Transport), women-only carriages (some … Continue reading

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Pay gap? Women earn MORE than men till their 40s: 20-something women have been paid more than men in the same age group over the last decade

The piece we link to most in relation to the gender pay gap is one by William Collins – here – which showed that there is no gender pay gap between the ages of 18 and 40, despite two-thirds of … Continue reading

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Daisy, Daisy / Give me your answer, do.

Daisy Buchanan (no relation) is a Guardian columnist and features writer, with whom I once had a discussion on London Live TV. More on that, and a wonderful article critiquing her views on women-only railway carriages, shortly. We’re grateful to … Continue reading

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Dr Max Pemberton: Women doctors could bring the NHS to its knees

Our thanks to Jeff for this. What starts out as an intelligent and promising article descends into offensive sexist comments about the relative impacts of men and women on workplaces, and ends with this: Medicine should be seen as a … Continue reading

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