The last month or so has been significant in at least raising a myriad of issues that:
- discriminate against men and boys,
- the hypocrisy of those feminists who claim to be about equality but actually do not want equality if it means equality for men and boys - they want supremacy and special treatment, plus,
- the mainstream media either covering these issues and/or letting commentators write about them.
On the latter, many people have been banging on the door but all of a sudden they have been let in - almost as though some editors are starting to see it?
As well as those articles and issues mentioned here, below are a few more from the past week:
Daily Mail - Why it sexist to say part-time female doctors are a problem (Melanie Phillips) and the desperate atempt to backtrack
BBC - A million children growing up without a father - and Emlyn Jones on about 7:10. This report marks a victory for CAFCSS, anti-male feminists, judges et al. So boys do not have fathers and there are no male teachers - so who in government is going to do anything - er...nothing...Minister for Equalities anyone?
BBC Three Counties - Mike Buchanan Discussion
The Independent - TOWIE attacked by domestic abuse charity (Daisy Wright)
News Statesman - Memo to Jo Swinson (Glen Poole)
Good Men Project - Can a man be a feminist? (Glen Poole)
Posted by Skimmington