Monthly Archives: August 2016

National Men’s Rights Working Forum (Exploring Practical Solutions to Male Issues) – Bath, 28-30 October

I’m looking forward to attending a forthcoming event, organized by Swayne O’Pie and others. Details are on this flyer. The opening paragraph: The aims of the Forum are (i) to identify activities that would eradicate male inequalities, (ii) to build a … Continue reading

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Lads! Britain needs you to do your duty and get flirting

Our thanks to Jeff for this, by Charlotte Gill in the Telegraph. Jeff writes: After 50 years of browbeating men, women wonder why men don’t flirt with them any more. And women think they are the more intelligent sex!!!

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Paedophile sisters who sexually abused boy over a 14 year period, from age six, spared jail – because they are deaf

Our thanks to David for this. An excerpt: Julie Fellows, 30, and her sister Jennifer, 32, targeted the youngster over a period spanning 14 years. But a judge today went against guidelines and ruled that it wouldn’t be fair to … Continue reading

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Mother (who can’t be named for legal reasons), 40s, repeatedly beat her children across their arms, legs, and backs, with a TV cable. The children no longer live with her. Suspended sentence.

Our thanks to Francis for this.

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Mothers’ pay lags far behind men

Our thanks to a number of people for this. An excerpt: Women who return to work part-time after having a baby continue to earn less than men for many years afterwards, says a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies… … Continue reading

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Why 38 Degrees pulled the first petition supporting Philip Davies MP

There has been some puzzlement about why 38 Degrees pulled the first petition supporting Philip Davies MP. The mystery has been cleared up, a number of people who protested about their decision had the same response from them: Dear <gentleman’s … Continue reading

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Steve Brule’s interview of Professor Janice Fiamengo shortly after the end of ICMI16

Enjoy (video, 8:38).

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Sex in return for shelter: homeless women face desperate choices

Our thanks to Kevin for this, from The Guardian. Around 90% of the street homeless are men. Needless to say, the government needs to focus on the 10%. An extract: The government needs to do much more to address the … Continue reading

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Jennifer Lampe, 28, decapitated snakes with scissors whilst drunk, and ate their heads. Suspended sentence.

Our thanks to Steve for this. The end of the piece: Chairman of the bench Sue Tyrrell, who agreed to suspend the sentence, said: “I’m sure you are aware, it has to be said, this is a rather unpleasant, [our … Continue reading

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You have to feel sorry for Tom Phillips (Jess Phillips’s husband)

The video (6:38) on our YouTube channel of Jess Phillips’s woeful maiden speech (28 May, 2015, three weeks after the general election) has attracted 12,000+ views and a satisfying number of downvotes from the harridans. In the course of her … Continue reading

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