David Cameron is about to increase women’s over-representation in the cabinet

A depressing piece in the Daily Mail:


How pathetic is this extract from the article?

Mr Cameron has faced criticism for his failure  to promote women in the past, amid claims he left two female Cabinet ministers  in tears when he sacked them in last September’s reshuffle.

Clearly female cabinet ministers, even those who’ve proved to be utterly incompetent, should never be sacked, lest they burst into tears.

The cabinet currently has 22 ministers:


Four ministers are women, and only one, Theresa May, heads a major department:

Theresa May – Home Office

Justine Greening – International Development

Maria Miller – Culture, Media and Sport, Women and Equalities

Theresa Villiers – Northern Ireland

So, four female ministers in a cabinet of 22… that’s 18.2%. There are 48 women among the Conservatives’ 304 MPs… 15.8%. So women are already over-represented in the cabinet, yet Dave wants to increase their over-representation further. What a truly spineless man he is.


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 David Cameron is about to increase women’s over-representation in the cabinet

  1. When will the fraud of the Western women’s movement become obvious to the minds and consciences of the millions of people it is undermining ? I know It will eventually, that is inevitable. Amongst a plethora of other things which are suffering at the hands of feminists (and their cowardly, swivel eyed, disciples), you simply cannot fill important government positions with people who are there primarily because of the shape of their genitals without long term consequence.

    But do so many people really have to go that full distance which delivers them to the very doorstep of full and painful outcome without widespread questions being raised and serious, powerful challenges to the lunacy of such an overtly self-destructive procedure being made ?

    Perhaps so. It is said that the best lessons learned are those learned the hard way. Or, ‘God’s divine punishments are ultimately His divine mercies’. Perhaps, as C.S.Lewis might have put it – ‘The harshness of God is softer than the softest of men’.

    Be the sour medicine secular, spiritual or both. Open wide. For, sadly, down the hatch she seems determined to go.

  2. From a former Cameroon myself, I think you are too polite. James

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