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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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Poldark – Sex, violence and hypocrisy

Poldark – Sex, violence and hypocrisy

Elena Rider October 25, 2016 2

So if you’ve not been following the BBC’s gorgeous yet somewhat hammily acted adaptation of the Poldark novels allow me to fill you in on some recent controversy: Ross, the protagonist learns that the

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Violence, lies and hypocrisy – the safe space crowd are making trouble for us all

Violence, lies and hypocrisy – the safe space crowd are making trouble for us all

Elena Rider October 14, 2016 1

This week it seems that the dishonesty and entitlement of the social justice left is spinning entirely out of control. Perhaps something is in the air after the Trump campaign being rocked by increasingly

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Consent classes – will UK freshers buy the nonsense?

Consent classes – will UK freshers buy the nonsense?

Elena Rider October 4, 2016 1

Another October is upon us and across the country freshers at British universities are embarking on a journey of learning, friendship and fun. Most of them will have studied really hard for their exams,

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Science Museum becomes latest target of censorious gender warriors

Science Museum becomes latest target of censorious gender warriors

Elena Rider September 20, 2016 1

You could be forgiven for thinking that the Green Party would have an awful lot to worry about at the moment, and a hell of a lot of work to do. There are important

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The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

Elena Rider August 18, 2016 19

The recent furore over MP Philip Davies was caused by comments he made in the introduction of a speech that presented a wealth of evidence that the criminal justice system treats women more leniently

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The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

Elena Rider August 12, 2016 0

Trying to decipher a report on workplace sexual harassment of women published this Monday by the TUC in conjunction with the Everyday Sexism Project may not be the most fun activity but it certainly

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The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

Elena Rider June 13, 2016 0

Back in September 2015 Angela Merkel was accidentally overheard asking Mark Zuckerberg what he was going to do about ‘hateful’ anti-immigration Facebook posts. He told her that he’s working on it. Just think about

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