Monthly Archives: June 2013
This is the front page of today’s i paper, billed as ‘Britain’s first and only concise quality newspaper’. Listen up, i paper: this man didn’t have an ‘affair’ with his pupil. An ‘affair’ is something which happens between consenting adults. Jeremy Forrest’s pupil was 15 when he ABDUCTED her (13 when he first started teaching […]
The next man who mansplains to me about how men have it just as bad as women, I’ll point him in the direction of this article. As another woman put it, ‘these days a male Tory has more empathy for women than leftie feminists’.
On 8th & 9th June 2013 a conference for radical feminists was held in central London. ‘RadFem 2013’, as it was termed, aimed ‘to re-build a radical feminist movement and support the re-emerging interest in radical feminism among women.’ Its organisers claimed to be ‘committed to building a strong and vibrant women’s liberation movement and […]
I’ve never studied criminology, psychology or sociology (or any -ology, for that matter) but I do read the papers. I read about murder every single day. I read about women and children being raped and murdered in war zones. I read about schoolchildren being murdered in their classrooms. I read that two women per week […]