Human Papilloma Virus is spread through sexual contact and is more usually associated with cervical cancer in women. Of course, it is more usually associated with women because there is something else that is usually more associated with women. Social concern and compassion. HPV is another example of how men’s issues get buried in concern for women.
British journalist Melissa Kite, a shopworn maladroit of a wannabe mother is now hearing her shelf-life tick down to reproductive extinction. Men, it seems, especially the ones who get to know her, don’t want to produce children with her. Of course, it has nothing to do with her. It’s all men’s fault.
Peter Lloyd bought a gym membership, which that business sold to all persons for the same amount of money. He was then told that he would not have the same access because he as a penis. He was to be kicked out at certain hours each day because of the way women feel. Now he is expressing his feelings in court.
Every day that the Kentish Town Sports Centre is in business an announcement comes over the loud speaker. All the men and boys are instructed to get out, so that female patrons will feel better about themselves while working out.
Recently in Great Britain a Deputy High Court Judge recommended that men should be granted pre-conviction anonymity in rape trials. Peter Lloyd, MRA and columnist for the MailOnline, penned this article in agreement.
Just when you think you have heard it all, you find that you indeed have not. Amanda Wheeler is a disgusting child molester that should be thrown under the jail and forgotten. But the only thing the court forgot was to punish her.
Esther Walker only wants her baby to be healthy and happy, like any mother, right? Wrong. When it comes to her child, ten fingers and ten toes better be the only appendages found. Her womb is for girls only.
Mail Online columnist Peter Lloyd offers commentary on the tragic story of a man facially disfigured by a woman over a Facebook message, and the UK court that let her walk without a scratch.
It appears that medical services are not making as much money on vasectomies as they used to. Demand is down, and of course it is men’s fault. Peter Lloyd calls bullshit on it.
Peter Lloyd gives some unmeasured opinion on the penis size debate, which apparently came across as a little stiff to female readers at mailonline. Well, if the whatever fits…