Monthly Archives: February 2012

The feminist assault on the business sector, and what we can start to do about it (better late than never)

Those of you who follow this blog, or read my books, will know about the militant feminist campaign to ‘improve’ gender diversity in the boardroom. The people behind this campaign – generally but not invariably women – confidently and frequently claim a positive … Continue reading

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New testimonial for ‘The Glass Ceiling Delusion’

I was pleased today to receive a second professorial testimonial for The Glass Ceiling Delusion. The first was from Peter Saunders, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Sussex University. The second is from an American psychology professor, the Editor of an online journal which was the … Continue reading

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Mahatma Gandhi and the University of Michigan

At a guess, this might be the first use of the title ‘Mahatma Gandhi and the University of Michigan ‘ for a blog post. The two are (surprisingly, perhaps) not connected to the best of my knowledge, I’m just a bit pushed for … Continue reading

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Harriet Harman: don’t you just love her?

In my new book Feminism: The Ugly Truth I refer to a number of websites of interest to warriors in the battle against militant feminism. One is the aptly-named website http://harrietharmansucks.com. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen Harriet Harman’s husband, fellow Labour MP Jack Dromey, … Continue reading

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‘New Male Studies’

I recently learned of an interesting new publication, New Male Studies http://newmalestudies.com. The Editor is a psychology professor based in New York, Dr Miles Groth. He’s also a philosopher. More details about this estimable gentleman on http://www.wagner.edu/departments/psychology/groth. I recently contacted Dr Groth to congratulate him … Continue reading

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An eminent Economics professor gives his view on the causal link between increasing gender balance in the boardroom, and enhanced corporate performance

John Van Reenen is a Professor in the Department of Economics, and Director of the Centre for Economic Performance, at the London School of Economics. He also serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Industrial Economics. It would be hard … Continue reading

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Whitney Houston: lessons to be learnt from the reactions to her tragic early death

Sometimes the most perceptive commentary on the genders comes from female writers and newspaper journalists. The following excellent example has just been brought to my attention. From Mail Online : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2101784/Whitney-Houston-death-Why-blame-toxic-men-downfall-female-stars.html    

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