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Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Nathan Friend December 6, 2017 0

It was a characteristically muggy day in Kochi, and I was hanging my head out the side of an autorickshaw; attempting to feel some semblance of a breeze to complement the musky refreshment of

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EHRC’s Sexism Against Male Victims of DV

EHRC’s Sexism Against Male Victims of DV

Jordan Holbrook November 21, 2017 1

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is the non-departmental public body that has responsibility for the promotion and enforcement of equality and non-discrimination laws in England, Scotland and Wales, and was established by

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Misandry and Neo-Marxism at University of Bristol

Misandry and Neo-Marxism at University of Bristol

Jordan Holbrook October 16, 2017 5

On Thursday 12th October, the University of Bristol, in partnership with local magazine Consented, hosted an event titled “Do We Need to Abolish Masculinity”. Thankfully, the organisers were ever so kind as to not

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Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Alan Findlay May 20, 2016 0

Probably the youngest mayor in the world @TerenceSmith14 is the best selfie taker in the world #Goole pic.twitter.com/Nha21dpdE5 — Goolie (@Goolie6) 14 May 2016 With the establishment political parties literally dying on the their

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Libertarianism and the lessons it has for the Left

Libertarianism and the lessons it has for the Left

Backbencher June 3, 2014 5

Libertarianism has many valuable lessons for the Left, argues Lily Summers, and the Left is foolish to ignore them On many, many occasions, I’ve heard numerous people on the right, or people who identify

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Good Intentions Don’t Guarantee Good Outcomes

Good Intentions Don’t Guarantee Good Outcomes

Michael St George March 28, 2014 0

Race-based affirmative action in the US has failed, argues George Clough Affirmative action, the programme entailing giving those members of a previously disadvantaged minority group a head start in such areas as higher education

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The Fatal Flaws Of Feminism

The Fatal Flaws Of Feminism

Backbencher January 17, 2014 4

Feminism is an extremely diverse, complex and (potentially) extremely contradictory position to hold, argues Reece Warren. Before attending university, I somewhat pondered what feminism was actually about. Was it about liberation? Was it about

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Total Equality Is Totally Pointless

Total Equality Is Totally Pointless

Backbencher December 20, 2013 1

Reece Warren argues that the superficially attractive ideal of total equality does not stand up to detailed scrutiny People really don’t understand the concept of ‘equality’. When I walk down the street or scroll

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Britain is becoming a more equal society

Britain is becoming a more equal society

Backbencher October 5, 2013 0

Despite what Ed Miliband’s campaign team may be saying, figures released this week showed that the UK is now a more equal society than at any point in the last 25 years. Whilst this

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Martin Luther King: The Evolving And Continuous Dream

Martin Luther King: The Evolving And Continuous Dream

Backbencher August 31, 2013 0

Michael Wilson argues that the March For Freedom did not end on 28 August 1963 30 years ago, on afternoon of 28 August 1963, Dr Martin Luther King Jr gave a speech that changed

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