Australian men desert Julia Gillard after ‘gender wars’

It’s heartening to see a decline in Australian men’s support for their misandrous Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. A sure sign of increasing gender consciousness. An article in the Telegraph starts:

Ms Gillard has suffered an eight per cent drop in male support, polls showed, and is facing a devastating defeat at the September election. Labour trails the opposition by a disastrous 43 to 57 per cent – a margin that would cost the party 30 of its 71 MPs.

The article:

A good start to the week.


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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3 Responses to Australian men desert Julia Gillard after ‘gender wars’

  1. vadark says:

    Yep, David Cameron is completely deluded if he thinks he can win the next election because as far as I’m concerned he was a gonna when he made that awful comment about absent Fathers on Father’s day a couple of years ago. And his constant betrayal against men by ignoring men’s issues whilst continually pandering at the feet of female voters means I, along with (hopefully) millions of other men, will adopt tactical voting to get all the sexist morons out of No.10.

    I still think most men are still scared to speak out about how they really feel in public, whether that be in the workplace, in the media, socially or even in their own families, but they can visit the booth and place that cross where nobody else will know. And I guarantee this country is going to see something it has never seen before. You only have to read the comments sections of the newspapers on the internet to get a glimpse of how pissed off men are!

  2. A sign that sanity is perhaps knocking on the door of world politics. May it eventually spread like a bush fire in a drought – and throughout the Western world. I consider Julia Gillard to be a repugnant human being. But no matter how apparently genuine a female politician may initially appear to be, I have always instinctively lost respect for any society which chooses a woman as its political leader. May Australia redeem itself in my heart. May nations like Argentina, Brazil and, most importantly, Germany, similarly do likewise. It really would be, collectively, a gigantic step in the right direction towards rationality, social cohesion, long term progress.and, ultimately, the survival of the developed world. This is not exaggeration or blind bigotry.

    • Thanks for this. I would, however, disagree with your point about countries choosing women as their political leaders. I should much rather have a female leader such as Margaret Thatcher – a meritocrat to her core – than a male leader such as David Cameron. At every opportunity he’s proven himself to be reliably anti-male and pro-feminist.

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