Meghan Markle and the missing 49 million men

Covid-19 has brought out the worst in some feminists. One common theme is that that the pandemic is affecting women more than men; no surprise then that Meghan Markle, who speaks fluent feminist cliché, has jumped on this bandwagon and no surprise either that her comments have been uncritically reported across a range of news… Continue reading Meghan Markle and the missing 49 million men

Laura Bates and pervasive misogyny

Laura Bates appears to believe that misogyny permeates society and the framework in which this operates is an invisible one – the patriarchy. The evidence for this is unverified ‘lived experience’ of women and even then, only ‘lived experience’ that conforms with feminist liturgy. The problems with ‘lived experience’ rather than empirical evidence will be… Continue reading Laura Bates and pervasive misogyny