The linkage between groups joined by minority sexual preferences, and a much smaller fringe group often confused and confusing about their sexual preferences, never did make much sense.
Month: October 2019
Dr. Matt Townsend interviews Rick Belden on the topic of Men and Grief. Audio.
A study of gender bias claimed that orchestras that held “blind auditions” favoured women. This has been cited hundreds of times as proof of discrimination against women. But what the report actually revealed was that blind auditions had a slight favour for men.
Inaction will leave the field open for a reversal of the global move to care about the mental health of children and alienated parents.
The ‘quickie’ divorce Bill resurfaced in the Queen’s Speech – which was backed by MPs yesterday. The Bill would reduce the likelihood of reconciliation and make it easier for spouses to walk out with a divorce, for no reason.
Blowing their own trumpet. And why not? They get things done.
Why all the fuss when a man wins in a woman’s competition?
Seldom do we ever hear that men are stoned or flogged on a more frequent basis. So it is good to see the Daily Mail keep up with a trend to report on the times when men have it tough around the world.
Mr Wadeson drew attention to homeless issues earlier this year when it was revealed he had been woken in the middle of the night by council workers and told to move on, despite telling them he needed to park near a toilet while he recovered from intense radiation treatment.
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.
In this course you will explore the role of social movements, advocacy groups and different forms of activism in bringing about change.
For those not familiar with what ‘hate speech’ is, YouTube graciously host Dominic Frisby making it clear for us.
A sexist manager of a chip shop rejected a male jobseeker because he is only looking for female staff. He says that “women are better and work harder”. The Mirror reports that unemployed Jorge Gorman, 33, of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, has more than 15 years’ experience in the food and drinks sector. He had applied for Read more…
Even when it comes to infidelities, stricter standards are applied to men than to women. The popular science magazine Psychology Today reports that research is suggesting that people may be more forgiving of women who cheat. For example, 49 percent of men and 53 percent of women said they would tell a male cheater, “You made a marriage commitment Read more…