Snowflake students at Cambridge University are being given GUINEA PIGS to help ease their stress levels – including three named after feminist icons

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

Picture of Laura McClintock, Dr Jane Greatorex, Amy Hamizah Haidi and Aoife Byrne with the guinea pigs (left - right)

Picture of Laura McClintock, Dr Jane Greatorex, Amy Hamizah Haidi and Aoife Byrne with the guinea pigs (left – right)

Our thanks to Mike P for this. Extracts:

Students at Cambridge University are being given guinea pigs to help ease their stress levels.

Bosses at the famous university’s Lucy Cavendish College say the furry pets will improve mental wellbeing.

Three of the pets have been named after feminist icons. One’s moniker is inspired by suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst and is called Emmeline Squeakhurst…

Senior Tutor Jane Greatorex said: ‘We are dedicated to promoting mental wellbeing amongst our students, and numerous studies over the years have shown the benefits of owning pets including stress-relief and getting outside to enjoy our beautiful gardens.

‘We hope that our new friends [J4MB: She refers to the guinea pigs as friends. What is wrong with women like her?] settle in quickly and help relieve any stress over the approaching period of exams. Thanks to Scotsdales Garden Centres for finding them for us.’ [J4MB: Finding them? Do guinea pigs roam wild in Cambridgeshire?]…

Student Union Officer, Laura McClintock, said: ‘In the short time I’ve been here I’ve missed having pets. I think it’ll be good for us to care for them, and a welcome distraction from deadlines.’

Lucy Cavendish is one of three women-only university colleges in England and only accepts postgraduates and women over 21.

Women are strong! Women are amazing!! Women over 21 at women-only colleges need guinea pigs named after feminist icons to distract them from deadlines!!!

When some of these women make it into FTSE350 boardrooms as a result of gender quotas – how else could Snowflakes get there? – will they take their guinea pigs into meetings, to help them cope with the stress?

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Record £17m haul of illegal impotence pills seized last year in the UK. Police on the lookout for hardened criminals.

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

piece in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph.

The second sentence in the headline was inspired by the late, great, Ronnie Barker. He was born in my adopted home town for the past 20 years, the throbbing metropolis of Bedford. Likewise John Le MesurierAl Murray, “The Pub Landlord”, went to Bedford School, where he ended up as Head Boy.

Bedford. It’s my kinda town.

[Correction: The joke was related not by Ronnie Barker (though I suspect it was written by him), but by Ronnie Corbett, in The Two Ronnies (1971-87). Our thanks to the Evening Standard for Corbett’s ten best jokes published after his death. #4 is this:

A cement mixer collided with a prison van on the Kingston by-pass. Motorists are asked to be on the look-out for 16 hardened criminals.

We can but hope the BBC one day returns to making funny comedy shows and sitcoms, as long-suffering licence fee payers have a right to expect.]

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Women’s Equality Party ‘very proud’ of election results after first ever Hackney candidate loses

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

Our thanks to Sandra for this. Sophie “Doughnuts” Walker is proud of Harini Iyengar losing. The end of the piece:

Sophie Walker, WEP leader, tweeted: “Love this woman @Harini_Iyengar. She’s an inspiration to me and so many others. Congratulations on a brilliant campaign that has laid the foundation for a bright future.”

Party co-founder Catherine Mayer, who campaigned for Iyengar in Hackney, tweeted: “Plus @Harini_Iyengar also won the support of 12.8 per cent of

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Emily Thornberry MP (Labour, South Islington & Finsbury) blasts ‘Little Miss’ books as sexist because they suggest women are worth less than men as GMB viewers slam ‘ridiculous’ debate

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

Our thanks to Mike P for this. We should call Thornberry “Little Miss Androus” in future.

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Carole Howard, ex-Met police poster girl who cried racism, loses all 33 claims after tribunal heard she complained of prejudice whenever she was unhappy at work

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

Former Met Police firearms officer Carol Howard cried racism whenever if she did 'not like what is happening or is prevented from doing the work she choose', the tribunal concluded 

Our thanks to Mike P for this. The start of the piece:

A former police poster girl has lost a £144,000 race claim after a tribunal heard she had a tendency to complain of prejudice whenever she was unhappy at work.

Ex-Met officer Carol Howard accused her employer, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) of discrimination and harassment.

But a tribunal concluded the 39-year-old would complain of victimisation ‘if she does not like what is happening or is prevented from doing the work she chooses’.

The hearing was told she lost her temporary job with the IPCC after falsifying timesheets and for poor performance.

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Richard Lebow’s Statement Regarding His “Lame Joke”

A piece published by Elizabeth Hobson on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in May 2018:

I wrote a message of support to Lebow, when his transgression, the ISA’s subsequent decision to take a hardline against his harmless joke – and then his refusal to grovel, hit the news.

Today, in The Spectator he writes: “increasingly on campuses where feminists and leftists have come to wield influence, they are abusing their power and behaving exactly like those they have long condemned.”

How refreshing to see a man take a stand against authoritarian feminist aggression, I hope to see many more!

Full article here.

If you would like to contact him, his email address is:

richard.lebow@kcl.ac.uk

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