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 February 2019:
Our thanks to John for this woeful licence fee funded feminist propaganda. It’s little wonder so many people are tearing up their TV licences. Just one paragraph comes close to explaining why so many young women don’t call themselves feminists:
Having interviewed a diverse group of young German and British women for my research, I found associations of the term “feminism” with man-hating, lesbianism or lack of femininity was a key factor in rejections of the label “feminist”.
The majority said they did not want to call themselves feminist because they feared they would be associated with these traits. This was despite many stressing they were not homophobic and some identifying as lesbian or bisexual. [J4MB: No denial of the truth of the “man-hating” point, then.]
Scharff’s profile page on the Kings College, London, website is here. An extract:
Christina explores gender, media and culture from an international perspective, through theoretically informed empirical research, and collaboration with colleagues and students. Before joining CMCI in 2010, Christina was Fellow in Contemporary Social Thought at the Sociology Department, London School of Economics.
Ah, yes. “Theoretically informed empirical research”. We all know what that means, don’t we?
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