Women in Cheese. Join Miranda Bubb-Humfryes in a class celebrating the role of women in cheese-making. Tickets only £50.00.

I am the chairman of the British political party Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). The remainder of this blog piece is one I published on the party’s website in February 2018.

Neal’s Yard Dairy is an upmarket cheese retailer in Borough Market, London. You can order your tickets (a bargain at only £50.00) for the “Women in Cheese” class here. Excerpts from the description:

To mark the occasion of International Women’s Day Miranda will host this special edition class. She will select cheeses made by women or influenced by women. [J4MB: How do women influence cheeses? By teaching them about the glorious ideology of feminism?]

Miranda Bubb-Humfryes [J4MB: No, seriously, that’s her name, apparently] has worked at Neal’s Yard Dairy for 3 years and is the co-manager of our Covent Garden shop and the Events and Shows we attend. Her role is broad and weekly includes working in our shops, with our cheese maturing team and even driving across the countryside delivering and collecting cheese. Miranda is passionate about the work she does and has a great skill in engaging with our customers and sharing her stories and experiences.

Miranda is currently heading up a project at Neal’s Yard Dairy to create and share online post and blogs about women cheese makers and to essentially publish this untold history. [J4MB: How exciting. Coming up in the series of untold histories being put on by Borough Market retailers, “Women in Clothes”, “Women in Meat”, “Women in Vegetables”, “Women in Poundland”, “Stationery Women”, “Women in Cars”, “Women in Coffee”, “Women in Alcohol”… these untold histories must be told. Never forget: Women are strong! Women are amazing!! Women need gender quotas!!!]

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