A request to appear on ‘Woman’s Hour’

I’ve just emailed Eleanor Garland, Executive Producer of the BBC Radio 4 programme Woman’s Hour, with a request (below) to appear on her programme. If you agree with my request, why not email her at eleanor.garland@bbc.co.uk and say so? Thank you.

Eleanor, good afternoon. I hope this finds you well.

People keep asking me why Woman’s Hour isn’t covering what we’re doing, given the increasingly high-profile nature of our campaigns, our engagement with parliamentary inquiries etc. I generally reply that as the programme’s a propaganda outlet for militant feminism, I can only assume the producers are reluctant to give us exposure. All the same, as a taxpayer-funded outfit, you’d think they’d be required to give exposure to anti-feminist views from time to time. I believe they had Tom Martin on the programme some time ago, but from what I understand he doesn’t label himself as an anti-feminist. If I’m wrong about Tom, I’ll happily make a correction to this post.

Our blog hits went through the roof after a recent Quentin Letts piece in the Daily Mail:


Even the New Statesman has given us exposure:


A major national newspaper is to run a two-page feature on me and my campaigns (and the planned political party) in about a week’s time.

The week ended well for anti-feminists:


I repeat my offer to appear on Woman’s Hour, ideally debating with Harriet Harman, or perhaps one of the peers and MPs bullying companies into appointing more women onto their boards – Lord Davies of Abersoch, Vince Cable, and Jo Swinson come to mind – despite the overwhelming evidence that it will inevitably harm UK plc:


I shall be posting a copy of this email on both our blogs.

Yours etc.

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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2 Responses to A request to appear on ‘Woman’s Hour’

  1. Aprox 5 years ago I was listening to Radio 4, I think the program was “Woman’s Hour”, a man from the Institute of Personnel Management (or Development) was being interviewed, he stated that the Institute was currently handling 741 personnel complaints, (I may be wrong about the exact number but it was definitely over seven hundred). The woman interviewer asked how many of the complaints were against men and how many were against women, the man from the institute then dropped a bombshell by saying that ALL the complaints were against women managers, none were against male managers. The female interviewer was audibly stunned and it was obvious that she wished she had never asked the question. I’ve hunted all over google but I can’t find any information about this. Do you have any information about this?

    Below is an interesting Youtube video which got me thinking about that old Radio 4 Program. (listen from 7minutes 30 seconds). Video Title: “MGTOW : The Female Hierarchy of Needs (yes, they do it on purpose)” link without youtube domain: /watch?v=3aQRcyIcd9c

    • caprizchka says:

      I saw the video and it makes a lot of sense in those societies most poisoned by Feminism with the least obvious rewards for overt masculinity. The feedback loop intensifies as more and more men allow this castrating effect to occur, making a community more vulnerable to predation of all sorts and so it doesn’t actually increase safety at all. It’s a female sickness encouraged in the modern age because it benefits a few. Most of us however are merely dragged down with it, silently, no “nagging” required.

      Media and advertising constantly fan female anxiety such the susceptible live in a state of terror. Now that advertising can be so easily filtered out, the content itself supplies the anxiety with the advertising providing the soothing palliative. The world is a soap opera with female competitors the most dangerous. If a rival senses that one’s husband is not completely castrated then poaching–sexual and economic–is at risk. Men who soothe are doing her (probably) absent mother’s job. It doesn’t help because not enough masculinity around heightens her anxiety. Power is a poor substitute but it is better than nothing. All of these behaviors effectively soil her own nest. Next place to tap for masculinity and protection is her children and their spouses, and grandchildren, and government of course.

      In the event of a crisis, at least her own rage is protective except against a cold callous or vindictive predator of course. These behaviors select against the ascendancy of women who live to please her man rather than merely exist to intimidate, placate, and co-opt the other women.

      Your story of the complaints against female managers reminds me of this historical character: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shajar_al-Durr

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