On 20 March I put up a post about a male prisoner in a prison in Portsmouth who’d ordered (at his own expense) Swayne O’Pie’s book Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism. He’d enjoyed the book and ordered a second copy (again, at his own expense) to be placed in the prison library. I’ve just had a call from Swayne with an update. The prisoner’s name is Thomas Fairfax, and he’s given permission for his name to be revealed. Mr Fairfax says the book is being reviewed by the prison’s ‘Inter-Departmental Risk Assessment Team’ for its suitability to be in the prison library.
What risks does the team imagine might result from prisoners’ eyes being opened to the widespread hatred of men which is directly attributable to feminists? I’ve heard it said that feminists hold many influential positions in the prison system. Does their influence now extend to stopping prisoners reading books which are critical of feminism? I’ll keep you updated with this story.
Why Britain Hates Men is a lengthy (456 page) book and is available to order in the UK for just £12.99 (+ p&p) from www.exposingfeminism.com. It’s going to be published in ebook editions in a few weeks’ time, and for the first time it will be made available to order outside the UK. The ebook and the new paperback edition will have the title Exposing Feminism: The Thirty Years’ War Against Men.