Monthly Archives: October 2013

You’re invited to a forthcoming presentation by Dr Jude Browne, Director of Gender Studies at Cambridge University. We’re making public a challenge we recently put to her.

The following should be self-explanatory, and I hope to meet with you in Cambridge on the evening of 29 October. 131017 public challenge of Dr Jude Browne, Director of Gender Studies, Cambridge University Advertisements

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Why are David Cameron, Sir Roger Carr, Nick Baveystock, and Michel Landel assaulting men in the workplace?

I’ve been thinking a lot of late about the economic emasculation of men which is taking place across the developed and developing worlds. The first in a series of articles on the subject: 131015 Why are David Cameron..#3) I invite you to … Continue reading

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Our public challenge of Janet Street-Porter

British followers of this blog will need no reminding who the vociferous feminist Janet Street-Porter is. This is a woman so full of self-satisfaction that she said on the TV programme Loose Women not long ago: I’m very intelligent. I’m not … Continue reading

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Michel Landel, CEO of Sodexo, is a director of Catalyst Inc., a feminist campaigning organisation. No, seriously, he is

Now this is definitely one for the ‘You couldn’t make this stuff up!’ file. My thanks to Ken for forwarding me a couple of Bloomberg links a moment ago. The first is a profile of the French multinational, Sodexo, the second … Continue reading

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