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  • Equality, European Style - Istanbul Convention

    Equality, European Style - Istanbul Convention

    William Collins provides a brief on some legislation originating in Europe. Currently implemented in over 20 countries and set to be part of over 40 country's laws.

    Enjoy. (You won’t).

    A brief description of the bureaucratic structure of the European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe (CoE) is available as a seperate post.
    The Istanbul Convention.

    The Istanbul Convention is essentially a further deepening of 'Violence Against Women' (VAWG) policies. It does not explicitly make anti-feminism illegal (for that, see the second part of this article) but it does make many aspects of feminism obligatory in law. It is a collection of guidelines complete with taxpayer-funded compliance inspectors which embodies radical feminist ideals, and will infringe on, if not remove entirely, many of the individual human rights of male European citizens. Bluntly put, it is anti-male fascism.

    The Istanbul Convention is a product...
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  • Dear womenfolk: You think you have it so bad?

    Dear womenfolk: You think you have it so bad?

    Picture yourself dating one guy after another when you know you beat out 20 other really good women to get with him. Because being good, after all, isn't enough. You have to be an alpha - the best, the dominant, the tough girl.

    Imagine having to give off vibes that you'll provide for him and die for him if it comes down to him or you in an emergency. Imagine knowing that if you lose your job, in this shitty economy, you're utterly worthless to him, even though if he's out of a job, that's okay with you. Let's say a woman attacks a male stranger for some reason and you are humiliated for not coming to his rescue.
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  • Domestic abuse and gender-based violence

    Domestic abuse and gender-based violence

    There are a lot of sensible reasons to reject the concept that domestic abuse is gender-based violence. Even though there is plenty of evidence to support the difference between them, there are many organisations that persist in saying that all domestic violence is indeed gender-based. The United Nations, with it's billion-dollar budgets, admits in their discussion of domestic violence to encouraging "the most comprehensive set of standards in international law for the protection of women against sexual and gender-based violence." What they actually have done is completely muddy...
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  • Genital Mutilation - an open letter to UK politicians and media

    Genital Mutilation - an open letter to UK politicians and media

    This is an open letter to all politicians in the United Kingdom, and for all media to report upon. It is unashamedly borrowing many words directly from a speech in the Scottish Parliament by Marco Biagi, Scottish National Party MSP for Edinburgh Central, on 5 February 2014. Dear representatives of men and women, boys and girls, in the United Kingdom, “Circumcision”, “growing up”, “religious rite”, “passage to adulthood” and “cleansing” are euphemisms for male genital mutilation (MGM) that are in common use, though the Equal Opportunities Committee, supporting inequalities in gender integrity, have never held a discussion on the subject. However, those are not the worst euphemisms that are heard. Some children...
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