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The Power by Naomi Alderman: A review by William Collins

The Power by Naomi Alderman: A review by William Collins

William Collins January 18, 2018 0

Now I’m frightened. But it’s not the book that I find frightening. It’s the reaction of many women to it in the real world which terrifies. The author’s own position, too, seems paradoxical. It’s

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Sexual Assault- What’s happening and what don’t we know?

Sexual Assault- What’s happening and what don’t we know?

Frederick Colbey December 16, 2017 0

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ll probably be aware of the three categories that have occupied the headlines more than most, Trump, Brexit and Sexual assault. More and

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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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International Men’s Day: An Annual Obituary for Modern Masculinity

International Men’s Day: An Annual Obituary for Modern Masculinity

Alex Roberts November 22, 2017 0

Last Sunday, 19 November, marked international men’s day 2017. It is a day that should be spent cheering on proud fathers, husbands and men nationwide in celebration of their existence. Perhaps even a day

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Feminist Indoctrination at Shoreham Academy

Feminist Indoctrination at Shoreham Academy

Jordan Holbrook October 25, 2017 1

Earlier this year, I wrote in The Conservative Woman an article titled ‘Marx and the campus are feminism’s recruiting sergeants’. Do not be fooled into thinking the ‘campus’ element is limited purely to universities;

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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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The Handmaid’s Tale – Review by William Collins

The Handmaid’s Tale – Review by William Collins

William Collins July 17, 2017 0

And what a nasty tale it is. I refer to the book by Margaret Atwood. I believe it is currently being serialised on TV, but I haven’t watched TV for many years now. This

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Saudi Arabia’s election to the UN Women’s Rights Commission is a moral disgrace

Saudi Arabia’s election to the UN Women’s Rights Commission is a moral disgrace

William Campbell April 26, 2017 0

According to a growing consensus on the Left, there is an oppressive patriarchy in Western democracies which restricts the freedoms and opportunities of women. Most people should be aware of the ‘glass ceiling’ preventing

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When is a Feminist Not a Feminist?

When is a Feminist Not a Feminist?

Paula Wright March 8, 2017 1

This piece was first published as a guest blog on Lee Jussim’s Psychology Today Rabble Rowser blog here. Full references available here. “Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of the equality

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The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

Elena Rider November 23, 2016 19

Disclosure: This is not an unbiased review. The maker of this documentary describes how she went on a journey – the process of ‘swallowing the red pill’. This expression refers to a scene from

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