Monthly Archives: April 2012

More women on boards? There aren’t enough who are qualified

My thanks to Fred for pointing out a fascinating article published in the Telegraph last October: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/8800101/More-women-on-boards-There-arent-enough-who-are-qualified.html The arguments put forward for more women on boards are becoming more creative and, er, absurd. Some of the arguments are made by men who really should … Continue reading

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The launch of Campaign for Merit in Business, and an open letter to the prime minister

Welcome to the blog of The Anti-Feminism League. I’m Mike Buchanan, a British writer and campaigner against militant feminism in general, and its impact on the business sector in particular. I strongly recommend books by two British writers: Swayne O’Pie’s Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism. It’s available … Continue reading

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A spirited defence of meritocracy by Paul Nuttall, a UKIP MEP

In an era when the Conservatives – under a feminist prime minister, David Cameron – relentlessly pursue anti-male and pro-female agendas, it’s good to encounter dissenting voices. Increasingly those voices are associated with UKIP, the UK Independence Party, and I thank  an … Continue reading

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Pampered princesses

I’ve been sent a supplement from a recent Times newspaper, published 19 April, titled ‘Top 50 Employers for Women’. It’s an eye-opener with numerous articles (mostly but not all penned by women) making the case for companies to bend over backwards to accommodate ambitious women, … Continue reading

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The Institute of Economic Affairs, and the gender diversity delusion

The Institute of Economic Affairs (‘IEA’) is a highly respected London-based think tank. From time to time it permits outsiders to offer blog posts on important issues of the day, and so it was that I was delighted recently that Professor Philip Booth … Continue reading

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Diary of a Radical Feminist

My thanks to both Alan and Sara who’ve independently emailed me to let me know how much they’re enjoying a blog, ‘Prevarications of the Perpetually Peeved: Diary of a Radical Feminist’. Having logged on, I can see why they’re enjoying it … Continue reading

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Male unemployment isn’t a problem

In the light of all the wittering by feminist politicians and the feministas at The Fawcett Society, you’d reasonably believe that in the current economic climate women are being adversely and differentially affected by redundancies. But an article in today’s Financial Times reports that … Continue reading

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