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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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Female Genital Cutting Can End In A Generation

Female Genital Cutting Can End In A Generation

Backbencher April 3, 2014 0

  Female genital cutting (FGC) affects 125 million women and girls worldwide. 30 million girls are at risk of undergoing FGC in the next ten years. FGC is a harmful practice involving full or

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Should Prostitution Be Legalised?

Should Prostitution Be Legalised?

Sam Woolfe August 14, 2013 6

The amendments made to the Policing and Crime Act (2009) mean that all forms of public solicitation (such as ‘kerb crawling’ or being in public looking to sell or pay for sex) are illegal.

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A Negation of the Rights of Man

A Negation of the Rights of Man

Backbencher July 3, 2013 0

By Richard Elliott How Senator Wendy Davis’ courage has been met with some sinister responses Sometimes the news from across the pond falls on deafer ears than news on home issues does. So, when

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Woman from El Salvador Demands the Right to an Abortion

Woman from El Salvador Demands the Right to an Abortion

Sam Woolfe May 22, 2013 0

  A Woman in El Salvador is struggling for her life. Going by the name of ‘Beatriz’ in order to preserve her anonymity, she is 22 years old and critically ill. She is now

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Margaret Thatcher: A Feminist Icon?

Margaret Thatcher: A Feminist Icon?

Backbencher April 13, 2013 4

Emma Freeman says that Lady Thatcher is a greater inspiration to women than many acknowledge. The daughter of a greengrocer, Lady Thatcher was the first (and so far only) female British Prime Minister. Yet Mrs

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