Why I don’t feel sorry for gender-critical feminists

Feminists are brilliant at analysing any problem and extracting from it that, and only that, which makes them the victims. One of the most recent is the problem with trans-women and the fact that women quite properly feel threatened by the presence of biological males in what would normally be considered as women-only spaces such… Continue reading Why I don’t feel sorry for gender-critical feminists

Jordan Peterson and Heather Heying on Patriarchy

When I was very young I used to have imaginary friends. I don’t want to go into their names or what they were. The point is that I grew out of them and left them behind by the time I was six. Feminists on the other hand get into an imaginary enemy- ‘the patriarchy’, that… Continue reading Jordan Peterson and Heather Heying on Patriarchy

Laura Bates – the missing chapter

Laura Bates is the author of a toxic and divisive book “Men Who Hate Women’. The book tells us much about Laura, her love of confirmation bias, and her disregard for nuance and normal standards of fact-checking. The book tells us nothing useful about relations between men and women. Nonetheless, it has received favourable reviews… Continue reading Laura Bates – the missing chapter

Victims of feminist intolerance

Will Knowland Will Knowland was an English teacher at Eton which is one of the UK’s most prestigious private schools. His crime, which led to his dismissal, was to make a YouTube video that discussed the concept of masculinity. Given that the pupils had previously had to endure the teaching from Laura Bates you might… Continue reading Victims of feminist intolerance