Monthly Archives: October 2016

‘The Red Pill’: The Movie Feminists Tried to Ban Gets UK Premier – on International Men’s Day

Our thanks to Jordan for this, a short piece by Martin Daubney. It includes a link to an Eventbrite ticket booking page for the screening of The Red Pill in London at 2pm on International Men’s Day, 19 November. I’ve … Continue reading

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Professor Robin Lakoff, a (female) professor of linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, is a blithering idiot

Our thanks to Kevin for pointing us to a Time magazine piece titled Hillary Clinton’s Emailgate Is an Attack on Women. To feminists, a man criticising a woman, holding her publicly accountable for her actions and inactions, is an attack … Continue reading

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San Antonio Judge Larry Noll rules that men cannot be victims of domestic violence

I’ve received an email from an American, who has given me clearance to publish it in full, along with names. We have not edited the piece. He is seeking donations to help fund a legal appeal, you can find a … Continue reading

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You’re applying for a job with Serco? Then be prepared to lie about the gender pay gap.

Serco is a major British outsourcing company, with an annual turnover of £3.1 billion, and 100,000+ employees, mostly in the UK. Our thanks to a supporter, Dave, for sending us this. It’s the short multiple-choice quiz Serco uses as part … Continue reading

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Hatchet-faced feminist supports the ban of The Red Pill screening

Our thanks to Tom for this (video, 5:06). The hatchet-faced feminist first opens her mouth at 2:21. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here … Continue reading

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Update on Professor Janice Fiamengo’s legal fundraiser

Wonderful news. The campaign has been stopped at USD12,670, which should meet the anticipated legal costs. My thanks again to all those who joined us in supporting this. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even … Continue reading

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David O’Doherty on ‘8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’

I could write at considerable length about why I think 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown is the funniest panel show ever broadcast on television, but I won’t. Seeing is believing, so I invite you to watch this, an … Continue reading

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Miranda Rader, 19, drunk student from Texas A&M University, crashes into police car while taking topless selfie

Our thanks to Hannah for tweeting a link to this. The start of the piece: A 19-YEAR-OLD university student taking a topless selfie while driving slammed into the rear of a stopped police car and was arrested, police said on Thursday. … Continue reading

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Rose Matafeo and the death of comedy on the BBC

Have I Got News For You is a topical panel show which has been broadcast on BBC TV since 1990, 26 years ago. The team captains (with the odd break or two) have been the insufferably self-satisfied Ian Hislop, and … Continue reading

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MGM: Is Bob Neill MP, Chairman, Justice Committee, (a) unaware of the legal position, (b) unaware and unwilling to find out, or (c) aware, but refuses to admit it?

Since the launch of Campaign for Merit in Business in early 2012, and the launch of J4MB in early 2013, our repeated attempts (and those of others interested in men’s and boys’ human rights) to engage with politicians, including government … Continue reading

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