The Glass Blindspot

(Not a dog-whistle white supremacist) Feminists like to claim that it is they who lack power but were they to ask themselves two simple questions they might reach a different conclusion. First, how many feminists have lost their jobs for expressing often very radical opinions? And, second, how many men have lost their jobs for… Continue reading The Glass Blindspot

Alexandra Topping – Journalist

That zombie click-bait rag, the Guardian, has been excelling itself with the misandrist dross it publishes. The article below, written by Alexandra Topping, appeared in the Guardian on December 23rd. Alexandra is yet another Oxbridge English Literature graduate writing for that ‘newspaper.’ A degree in English Literature, particularly from ‘Oxbridge’ apparently makes you an expert… Continue reading Alexandra Topping – Journalist

Jess Phillips MP

Jess Phillips is the Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham Yardley. Jess was formerly a business development manager for Women’s Aid in the West Midlands. She was selected as a Labour Party candidate via an all-women shortlist. Jess has a strange form of attentional blindness that means that violence perpetrated against men and boys is… Continue reading Jess Phillips MP

Emma Renold and Jessica Ringrose

Rod Liddle has written an engaging piece in the Sunday Times of 12/12/21 that you can find here. Rod laments the plan in New Zealand to give traditional Maori ways of knowing equal billing with science within the science curriculum of schools and universities. Naturally, Maori folk law and history should be taught in New… Continue reading Emma Renold and Jessica Ringrose

Two BBC Headlines

(A tale of gamma bias at the BBC) Two articles from the BBC News website tell us a story about the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). When suffering involves women, gender will be to the foreground. The story may not even be entirely about women, it only has to be a majority for the headline to… Continue reading Two BBC Headlines

The Guardian and Judith Butler

The Guardian appears to believe that the works of Judith Butler are sacred canonical texts that are beyond disproof or criticism. For those of you are not familiar with the work of Judith Butler she is a ‘philosopher’ who’s work is rooted in postmodernism and the author of books such as Gender Trouble: Feminism and… Continue reading The Guardian and Judith Butler

Professor Emma Renold (2)

(More on the boy-blind professor of childhood studies) Feminists love their neologisms. Mansplaining, manspreading and the shecession are recent examples culled from daily newspapers in the UK. Today, I would like to coin my own neologism – andranopsia (an means without, opsia means seeing and andros means man), a condition the renders men and boys… Continue reading Professor Emma Renold (2)

COVID and Male Employment

A big part of the feminist project in the media is to keep female victimhood to the foreground at all times. This can be seen as one dimension of gamma bias that operates within a matrix of four judgements about gender; doing good (celebration), doing harm (perpetration), receiving good (privilege) and receiving harm (victimhood). For… Continue reading COVID and Male Employment