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Reading Time: 4 minutes The discussion on this video starts by being about something else and then turns to the issue of harming children by ‘circumcision’, known otherwise as genital mutilation. The conversation starts with Bari Weiss, an American opinion writer and editor, talking about her impression of Andrew Yang (campaigning for US President). Joe Read more…

Reading Time: 4 minutes German journalist Gunnar Schupelius has organised a ‘March for Life’ parade every year for some years now. As a journalist he occasionally writes about the need for nations to be at peace, and for dialog over violence at all times. So it is perhaps not too surprising that he has been Read more…

One of the categories of crime within the VAWG umbrella is Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking. You may think that this mostly involves women and girls being exploited as prostitutes. Well a lot of it does – but most does not.

There used to be twice as many [care] sessions delivered to girls: now there are nearly four times as many. In view of boys outnumbering girls in the care and protection plan data, this is odd.

Reading Time: 5 minutes ‘Submitting to my husband like it’s 1959′: Why I became a #TradWife For most of human history, men and women worked for their own benefit, for that of their children and undoubtedly to the benefit of the society they lived in. With the industrial revolution came there was a move to Read more…

Reading Time: 3 minutes European Court of Justice rules that Spain is unjust towards men Women-only pension supplement breached EU equal treatment rules Spanish social security has a rule that people who have a permanent incapacity while caring for children are eligible for a 5% supplementary payment. By ‘people’ they mean women. Only women. A man Read more…

Reading Time: 2 minutes Some of the resistance to being willing to recognise parental alienation in a child, or in an adult, is because it can be abused. Certainly it can, just as legislation, particularly when called “gendered violence” is often misused. But misuse by some people should never blind us to the real problems Read more…

Reading Time: 2 minutes Episode 111 of The Fiamengo Files Professor Janice Fiamengo sums up the reasons why, as we all know, you will never find a feminist on a sinking ship. Fiamengo outlines the double standards that drive the feminist mind-set, and capitalise on the primal gynocentric nature of the species in order to Read more…

Reading Time: 6 minutes 7 Years of Abuse and I Had No Idea I Was in an Abusive Relationship I knew I had a difficult marriage, but it wasn’t until 2006, when a neighbour witnessed me being attacked and suggested to me that I was the victim of domestic abuse, that the penny started to drop. Read more…

Reading Time: 5 minutes A Canadian House of Commons committee has expressed concern over the “under-representation” of women in politics. They conclude that “only” having over a third of women involved indicates sexism and bias. The committee suggests political parties should be working harder to get more women to run by eliminating sexism and biases Read more…

Reading Time: 1 minute Jess Phillips and Those False Allegations Jess Phillips proves that in the UK you don’t need to be honest, you don’t need to care about half the population, you can still be elected to Parliament. Jess Phillips MP ran a campaign of false abuse against a clearly innocent man. He was Read more…

In Paris alone, nearly 500 families call the emergency shelter telephone number every day, yet are not accommodated. This is four times what the numbers were three years previously. A humanitarian crisis is spreading in most major cities, including Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Marseille and Rennes. More squats and camps are appearing across the country, creating fears not only of suffering and death through exposure but crime and disease.

President Macron is called upon to ensure that no child is left to live on the streets.

Reading Time: 6 minutes How male teachers can help to challenge gender roles in nursery school education Recent figures show that there is still a large gender gap in recruitment to the teaching profession – only 38% of secondary school teachers are male, and 26% in primaries. In preschools – or nursery – it’s even worse. According to Read more…

Reading Time: 1 minute There’s an interesting and thoughtful article written by Pamela B. Paresky Ph.D. on the insidious nature of antisemitism. It is essential that schools disavow and condemn antisemitism in the strongest terms. And if swastikas appear in school hallways and classrooms, it is appropriate to communicate with students and parents about the Nazi use of swastikas rather than Read more…

Reading Time: 7 minutes Why does any country tolerate multiple, easily avoidable, deaths? Why does any country not deal harshly with parents who put their children in harm’s way? Why are parents allowed to deliberately harm their children? The deaths in South Africa are not just the occasional mishap. 20 one month, 30 the next, Read more…

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