Sorry everyone for letting things slip the past three weeks- its been hellish at work. Hopefully things are better now. Anyhow, here are some latest news and thanks to those who have supplied them:
BBC News (Kent): Rochester nightclub's cleavage stunt condemned - Free entry for women to the nightclub again even if somewhat unsavoury
BBC News: Male identity crisis not due to feminism (Diane Abbott MP)
BBC News: Boys suffer poor body image say teachers (Katherine Sellgren)
BBC News: Helen Grant Minister to overhaul community sentencing to make them more female friendly - More inistitutional bias, can you imagine the government looking at more male-friendly sentencing? Fuller interview in Independent and you can see this in action for Vicky Pryce.
A Voice for Men: Spanish Feminist Establishment is shaking
Daily Telegraph: UCAS men are becoming the disadvantaged group (Tim Ross)
Daily Mail - Women lose out in pension revolution - As Groan says "Typical; reporting by the DM. Leads off with 'poor women' headline yet the actual story is rather different as the women concerned will still be able to claim their pension earlier than men in this age cohort. A fact never explained by the DM. Of course they will also, on average, enjoy a longer life."
Huffington Post : Female Tory MP's tell Cameron to appoint more women
Daily Mail - Butler Sloss apogises to F4J
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