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 September 2018:
Miss Siobhan O’Dwyer, prissy angry whiny Entitlement Princess
We have a successor to the odious and equally innocent doe-eyed Charlotte Proudman, another young woman fond of passive aggression. Our thanks to James for this. Hopefully Qantas will respond to (Australian, we believe) Miss O’Dwyer’s future requests for tickets by (very robustly, in the Oz manner) telling her to piss off. Please be sure to vote on the question on the web page, “Was the university lecturer right to hit out at Qantas staff?”
Where to start? An extract:
A University of Exeter senior lecturer has slammed airline Qantas for referring to her as ‘Miss’ instead of ‘Doctor’ – saying it was an example of ‘every day sexism’.
Dr Siobhan O’Dwyer’s Tweet about the incident has been liked more than 8,500 times – and sparked a huge debate on the social network about whether Qantas staff were in the wrong.
After flying with the airline to her native Australia, Dr O’Dwyer wrote: “Hey Qantas, my name is Dr O’Dwyer. My ticket says Dr O’Dwyer. Do not look at my ticket, look at me, look back at my ticket, decide it’s a typo, and call me Miss O’Dwyer.
“I did not spend eight years at university to be called Miss.”
No, sweetheart, you spent eight years at university, but your narcissistic hysteria marks you out as a Special Snowflake, in the mould of Laura Bloody-Bates of The Everyday Whining Project. Narcissistic Personality Disorder, anyone? Another extract:
She wrote: “Copping so much flak for this tweet. This was not about my ego. [J4MB: It totally WAS, toots.] It was about highlighting one of a thousand instances of sexism that women encounter every day.
Assuming women only encounter instances of sexism during their waking hours – 16 per day, the same as evil patriarchs? – 1,000 instances “every day” equates to a little more than one per minute. Wow. No wonder there are so many angry whiny wimmin like Miss O’Dwyer around!
Miss O’Dwyer’s page on the University of Exeter website is here. Her email address is S.ODywer@exeter.ac.uk. I invite supporters to email her a link to this piece. Probably best not to include a rape threat, on this occasion. Thanks.
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