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The Women and Equalities Committee is a government body Select Committee with oversight of the sexist Government Equalities Office, a sub-ministry to the Women’s Minister. By it’s name, it is clear that it is not much about equalities. What might not be so clear is that it is not much about women, either: it is Read more…

In the past two decades, there has been a growing demand for a Minister for Men. There have even been a few calls within the political elites. Just because there are more men then women serving as MPs does not mean that men’s issues get raised. Indeed, quite the opposite, as the continuing struggle to Read more…

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 that might be built Read more…

Pauline Hanson has paid tribute to “the everyday men of Australia”, thanking them for “working hard” and blasting feminists, saying they should “be ashamed of themselves”.

In a five-minute speech at the end of the Australian Parliament in December 2019, the One Nation leader addressed an almost empty Senate to “pay homage to the majority of men in Australia”.

“It’s not often that the dedicated and hardworking men of this country collectively get a pat on the back, as they deserve, so I’d like to do that now,” Senator Hanson said.

Unheard of in most countries, New Zealand’s parliament has a cross-party group of women who are encouraging recognition of International Men’s Day, 19 November.
Louisa Wall MP and Jo Hayes MP, who co-chairs the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians New Zealand Group, say that men should be valued just as women should.

The UK Statistics Authority has supported a complaint over the misleading use of the phrase “overwhelming majority” to refer to the proportion of female victims of domestic abuse.
“The phrase ‘overwhelming majority’ is a subjective statement. However, it may imply that a larger proportion of victims are female than the statistics show.”

It’s bad enough that males end up as less than half, having started as more, but for the government to ignore them even on the one day of the year specifically to concentrate on them is abysmal.

Surely, knowing the facts of how well transitioned people manage in life should be paramount before promoting it to all our schoolchildren.

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On 23 October 2019, the government formally announced that it had no idea how many women in prison were mothers, let alone mothers of dependant children. Unsurprisingly, it has no idea about fathers, either.

Lord Farmer, on the evening of the 21st October 2019, stood in the House of Lords and gave a profound speech, during a debate on the recent Queen’s Speech. His words need to be echoed around the country. Free speech and “safe spaces” Currently, university campuses throughout the United Kingdom are being taken over by Read more…

It seems that if women aren’t prepared to accept the huge financial bonuses for getting into the work that feminists in Parliament want, the SNP will take the stick to them.

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