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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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Ocean’s 8: Less than the sum of its parts

Ocean’s 8: Less than the sum of its parts

Jonny Ko August 13, 2016 1

Following the fiasco of the Ghostbusters all-female reboot, one could have been forgiven for thinking Hollywood would never tread down this mistaken path again. Yet, here we are, faced with news of a reboot

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Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Ilma Amin August 11, 2016 0

Of all the several aspects of everyday life the media presents, such as politics, economics, and entertainment, sports is undeniably one of the most popular. And for the remaining week and a half weeks,

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Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Elena Rider August 6, 2016 0

It started with the terrible killing of MP Jo Cox. I thought ‘the feminists are going to make this all about gender’ – but they didn’t. Of course, the man who killed her is

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Theresa May: making her enemies look pathetic by beating them at their own game

Theresa May: making her enemies look pathetic by beating them at their own game

Elena Rider July 15, 2016 0

So you’d think the feminists would have been pleased with the prospect of the next Prime Minister being a woman, right? Wrong: You know what women's liberation doesn't look like? A choice of two

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Why David Cameron going private doesn’t really matter

Why David Cameron going private doesn’t really matter

Sophie Sandor February 1, 2016 0

Now the private school debate has aired again as David Cameron considers a fee-paying preparatory school for his son after sending his daughter to their local state school. This has raised questions over whether

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What Are MPs Doing About Street Harassment?

What Are MPs Doing About Street Harassment?

Backbencher May 22, 2014 1

If you’re female and reading this article, you’ve probably experienced some form of street harassment. It doesn’t matter how old you are, what you’re wearing, what you’re doing or how much of a hurry

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All-Women Shortlists Are Not the Answer to Under-representation

All-Women Shortlists Are Not the Answer to Under-representation

Sam Woolfe March 7, 2014 4

Women make up 52% of the general population, yet they are heavily under-represented in positions of political power. Only 23% of MPs in the House of Commons are female and only 4 out of

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Sexism Against Men Does Exist

Sexism Against Men Does Exist

Sam Woolfe November 6, 2013 9

I don’t want to undermine or ignore the fact that sexism against women pervades all aspects of society: it still exists in education, employment, politics, domestic life and in every day social situations. It

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Ding Dong The Left Is Dead

Ding Dong The Left Is Dead

Andrew Thorpe-Apps April 13, 2013 20

Andrew Thorpe-Apps says, even in death, Lady Thatcher is humiliating the Left.  ‘Ditch the bitch’ was a common Labour slogan throughout Lady Thatcher’s years in office. Then, as now, it is clear that the

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