Alison Saunders (53) is a barrister and a career civil servant who joined the Crown Prosecution Service (‘CPS’) at its inception in 1986. The CPS is the taxpayer-funded body which decides who’s charged with criminal offences, so it’s the body which has been responsible for launching (at huge cost to taxpayers) a series of show …
Feminism, Jared White notes, continually suffers from the same problem: no matter how much lip service they give to men’s issues, they can never break out of the shallow paradigm that women need protecting and it’s men’s job to do it.
Children’s rights activists are being dodged by legislative leaders like West Virginia Speaker Timothy “Tim” Miley, John Brown has the story, with video.
Paul Cavanaugh, after years of exposed corruption in the Hancock Country Prosecutors Office, now wants to take over for his boss, Carletta Bassano, after she has decided not to run. One thing, though, Cavanaugh denies the corruption to begin with.
Durham University recently held a debate on the subject ‘This House believes feminists are all too often sexists in disguise’. Mike Buchanan of J4MB argued in the affirmative, and Julie Bindel, a prominent lesbian gender feminist journalist, was one of two women opposed the motion.
In a world where women are assumed to have little agency, and men much agency, there is a danger that if something goes wrong the man will get the blame. John Hembling proposes that before interacting, men should ask women to sign a ledger admitting to full and equal self-agency in their exchanges.
Like many colleges and universities, Kennesaw State University offers courses that involve self-protection from sexual assault. Just like other colleges and universities, it is predicated on the idea that only women are victims and only men are perpetrators. Sage Gerard, doing his job as your rep as KSU, is doing some digging, and finding a lot of dirt.
Editor’s note: This article is reproduced from our friends at Men’s Human Rights Ontario BY Baldwin Bravo THERE is an old saying, ‘ask a stupid question, unleash a wave of outrage on a global scale.’ Or, at least, I think it goes something like that. Earlier this week, a reporter in Australia asked an extremely …
Emily Matchar of The New Republic got a lot of things wrong in her article about the Men’s Human Rights Movement, but she got a lot right. Girl Writes What, who was interviewed for the article, has a response, and words of advice.
Naomi Wolf and Karen Straughan, along with Antigone Darling, face off in a forum hosted by the Free State Project in New Hampshire. We don’t think Naomi was prepared for the barrage of facts that went counter to her narrative.