Monthly Archives: February 2013

A forthcoming BBC Radio 4 discussion on feminism, with Dr Catherine Hakim (updated with a link to the programme)

Update: an audio file of this discussion is now downloadable from Mike Buchanan’s YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKhX1c3ow6BrzdzP3ydpeZQ/videos Next Monday, 4 March, there’s going to be a discussion on the state of feminism in Britain, on the BBC Radio 4 programme Start … Continue reading

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A message for poor heterosexual men

In a recent post I referred to the fact that men in the UK are more than three times as likely to commit suicide than women, and at particular risk are disadvantaged men in mid-life. The post had a link … Continue reading

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A new radio programme from ‘A Voice for Men’ – ‘Voice of Europe’

Some welcome news came to my attention this morning. I’ve written on numerous occasions about my admiration for a number of men’s rights websites including an American one, A Voice for Men (‘AVfM’). AVfM has been running radio programmes in … Continue reading

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Peter Lloyd fights the iniquity of ‘women only’ sessions at his local gym / swimming pool

A year or two ago I challenged my local council about the iniquity of women-only sessions in the gym and swimming pool at my local leisure centre. The council’s first defence was that some women feel intimidated by the presence … Continue reading

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New party logo

We recently announced plans to establish a new political party, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). We’re expecting the party to be formally recognised by the Electoral Commission in around two weeks’ time, and we’re … Continue reading

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Why disadvantaged men in mid-life die by suicide

From a Samaritans report I’ll be covering shortly: Death by suicide can be described as a problem of men. Suicide incidence is higher among men than women across the western world. In the UK, men are three times more likely … Continue reading

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Right problem, wrong solution. How to help boys in school.

A typically powerful and insightful blog post (link below) by the American anti-feminist blogger ‘JudgyBitch’, occasioned by a report on negative gender stereotyping of British schoolboys. The feminisation of the primary and secondary education systems has been a disaster for … Continue reading

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