Among the ladies who contribute terrific articles to the American website ‘A Voice for Men’ is one of my personal favourites, the American ‘JudgyBitch’. She has her own blog, and I much enjoyed her latest post (link below) about a silly article in The Times. It’s typical of her style. I’m never too tired to read her pieces.
JudgyBitch recently gave a great account of herself in a discussion on Voice of Russia, hosted by their London studios. In the studio was the militant feminist Julie Bindel, who writes for the Guardian, and talks as much sense as Andrea Dworkin once did. She once referred to me sneeringly on a BBC television programme as ‘Buchanan’. A proud moment.
Also in the studio was ‘Rhiannon’, one of two New Statesman bloggers who recently attacked me in their blog, to my delight. She has the sort of whining adolescent’s voice which could grate cheese, and she mindlessly spouts the nonsense we’ve come to reliably expect from militant feminists. Do any of them ever engage their brains again after they’ve been gullible enough to believe the world is run by a ‘patriarchy’? I fear not. As is often the case when listening to such women, I couldn’t help but wonder whether feminism makes women depressed, or depressed women are drawn to feminism. Both, probably. Depression and feminism. A combination guaranteed to make the world a happier place.
I digress. The Voice of Russia discussion is downloadable from the following link. Enjoy: