Toxic Feminism

Not all feminism is toxic. There are feminists with whom it is quite possible to agree on some points and respectfully differ on others. In practice, that is not a problem for either party – it is easy to maintain friendly engagement. Then there are the others, the sort of feminists who have established a… Continue reading Toxic Feminism

Arwa Mahdawi

(Another Angry Oxbridge Eng Lit Feminist in the Media) In another post, I have commented on the over-representation of English Literature graduates from Oxford and Cambridge in the UK media. Many of these journalists have pronounced feminist leanings – see post The Feminist Glass Escalator. These include Katherine Viner (Guardian editor) Gabby Hinsliff (Guardian), Marina… Continue reading Arwa Mahdawi

Jordan Peterson and Heather Heying* on Patriarchy

*Since I wrote this post Heather Heying and Brett Weinstein have been promoting the use of ivermectin in Covid-19, both as a prophylaxis and an alternative to vaccination. I dissociate myself from this aspect of Heather Heying’s work. Ivermectin is an unfounded and possibly harmful treatment for Covid-19 and vaccination remains the best form of… Continue reading Jordan Peterson and Heather Heying* on Patriarchy