Regular visitors to this blog will recall my posts concerning Thomas Fairfax, a prisoner at HM Prison, Portsmouth (the last was on 4 April). He’d bought a copy of Swayne O’Pie’s book Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism and rated it very highly, writing to Swayne to say so. At the same time he ordered a second copy with the intent of donating it to the prison library. He had to make a written request for it to be stocked, and Swayne has just received the following letter from Mr Fairfax:
I am sending you herewith the prison’s reply to my request to donate a copy of Why Britain Hates Men to the gaol’s library. As you will see, that request has been refused, nor has the prison seen fit to provide me with any explanation for, in effect, banning the book from the library shelves, despite my having asked to be given reasons in such an event.
I need hardly say how disappointed I am at this outcome, though in truth I am not surprised. Such is the reach of feminism’s malign influence that even the walls of a prison provide no impediment to its proliferation.