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Sunday, 10 April 2011

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Xavier

Finally men are getting their balls back and standing up to the hypocrisy of feminism: http://manhood101.com

Groan

As shown in the piece about DV Freedom of Information requests are important in getting evidence. This is especially important as the positive action initiatives that already exist are bAsed on sweeping generalisation. For instance many public organisations employ higher proportions of ethnic minorities than in their local populations and use national data which is heavily influenced by Lonon. Similarly local government education and health are female in composition with high proportions of women managers yet still action is justified by generalisations from the whole economy. Use FOI to get local data .

JOHN TAYLOR

Just to clarify the record as stated in Wikipedia, re PARITY www.parity-uk.org & self. It states :
"Key people David Yarwood (Hon Secretary), John Mays (Chair), John Taylor"...

The facts are: Parity was formed in 1986 as "Campaign for Equal State Pension Ages" (CESPA)...The inaugral meeting was held on 29th August, 1986, in Committee Room 1 of Manchester Town Hall.

The ten founder members were: G.W. Alderton, D. Higgins, D.J.D Yarwood, J.H. Bennett, E.L Anderson,J. Greenwood, M.D. Davidson, J. Graham, D.G. Lindsay and J. Bradfield.

The meeting elected David Lindsay, Chairman; Geoff Alderton, Vice-Chairman, David Yarwood, Secretary, John Bennett, Treasurer. Committee members: John Graham, Dennis Higgins and Michael Davidson...

They were the key people. Without their endeavours, I would not have been the litigant for Winter Fuel Payments...

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