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Tickets are no longer available for Norwich screenings of ‘The Red Pill’

On Xmas Day – we rarely take holidays, at J4MB – we posted a piece about a Norwich screening on 18 January of The Red Pill, financed by a remarkable and generous man who lives there, Barry Wright. He was … Continue reading

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Recruiting head teachers: the difficult question – one man, or two women?

On New Year’s Eve the Times published a lengthy piece by Nicola Woolcock, Education Correspondent, about the crisis faced by schools in recruiting and retaining head teachers. At no point did she touch on obvious gender-related explanations for the crisis. … Continue reading

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Women: I want equality, but…

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Sophie Franklin, 30, office manager, went on £38,000 designer shopping spree with company credit card. Spared jail after a (male) judge says he ‘hates sending women to prison’.

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William Collins: Propaganda Rising

An interesting new piece in Backbencher. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a difference. Thanks.

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Should men have a view on abortion?

I can’t recall when I last read a blog post as impressive as this, published on the ExInjuria website. There are references to our position on abortion, as outlined in our 2015 general election manifesto (pp.5,6), along with some insightful … Continue reading

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Lucy Reed: Parliament on domestic violence – it turns out it’s not so easy to ask the right questions…

Our thanks to Nick for pointing us to this. It’s a piece written by Lucy Reed, a Family Law barrister for over a decade, and it appears on her website, ‘Pink Tape’. The piece concerns the issue of whether or … Continue reading

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Will parties be fined for lack of female MPs? Commons committee wants at least 45% of candidates to be women.

Our thanks to Mike P for this, in the Daily Mail. A link to the Women and Equalities Committee web page on this matter is here. The committee’s report summary is here, the report’s conclusions and recommendations here, the full … Continue reading

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Hold the front page. Woman is pregnant.

Give me strength. The headline on Heatstreet is, ‘First British Transgender Man Soon to Give Birth Thanks to Facebook Sperm Donor’. The child’s mother will in due course become his (or her) father. If everyone who read this gave us … Continue reading

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Laura Perrins: Theresa May should realise the State is the problem, not the solution

The media has been full of reports that Theresa May plans a major investment in mental health services for children, to deal with rising levels of depression, anxiety, eating disorders etc. At no time has this leader of the Conservative … Continue reading

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