(A tale of me – me – me feminism) Feminists like to claim that men are narcissistic and fragile. This is little more than a throwaway jibe that is seldom backed with evidence. If you look at articles in newspapers written by male and female journalists, a different picture begins to merge. The criteria for… Continue reading The gender ‘I, Me & My’ gap
(and the suffragettes) The idea for this post came from the YouTube channel of the Intelligence Squared debates that you can find here. I am gradually working my way through past debates. In an earlier post, I featured Jess Phillips making a fool of herself during the Intelligence Squared debate – Is Labour Unelectable? Through… Continue reading George Monbiot
The complex story of Emily Bridges Media feminists are feeling a little sorry for themselves over the threat posed to female athletes by competitors who were formerly male. The most recent of these cases in the UK is the cyclist Emily Bridges. In May 2021 Emily finished 43 out of 45 male riders in the… Continue reading Trans Athletes
A recent review of maternity care at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals has shown that it may have contributed to the death of over 200 babies and nine mothers. Commentators have rightly pointed to this as a failing of the National Health Service. However, in reviewing the subject and looking for root causes they might also… Continue reading Shrewsbury- A Feminist Scandal?
Here is another excruciatingly bad performance from Jess Phillips during the Intelligence Squared Debate on the current state of the Labour Party. It is not for nothing that Jess is known as the Ian Paisley of feminism. Before entering politics Jess was a business development manager for the Women’s Aid Federation and she still appears… Continue reading Jess Phillips Again
If there is no universal truth, as postmodern philosophy claims, then each social or political group should have the right to that reality that best suits them. What, then, are the consequences of applying postmodernist thinking when it comes to science?” Marcel Kunst – The Postmodern Assault on Science, 2012 Female leaders have been getting… Continue reading Jacinda Ardern
It was predictable that as the horrific events in Ukraine unfold, femsplainers in the media would be claiming that wars would not happen if the world was run by women. Putin’s actions were even attributed to toxic masculinity by a few commentators. This comes hot on the heels of the now thoroughly debunked claims that… Continue reading Female Leaders and War
The book, Men Who Hate Women, written by Laura Bates, sets the bar low when it comes to defining what hate is. Any disagreement with feminist orthodoxy; or any men’s rights advocacy, is sufficient evidence. As a result, people who manifestly do not hate women are sucked into her divisive narrative. Examples include Warren Farrell,… Continue reading Women Who Hate Women?
Just a little place filler that recapitulates a previous post on mine on virtuous victim signaling being part of the dark triad of personality traits that include, narcissism, psychopathy and Machiavellianism – see post here. I am sure we can all think of numerous media feminists who fit into this toxic stereotype. This YouTube video… Continue reading I’m a Victim
The subheading of my last post, Lit Crit Femsplainers was ‘the diversity problem that nobody is talking about‘ – Now I realise that this is not quite true and a better subheading might have been ‘the diversity problem that almost nobody is talking about.’ That person who is talking and writing about the problem is… Continue reading Diversity in the media