Men retreat in the 20-year feminist-led war on masculinity

Feb 10, 2015 by

By Andrew Cadman, The Conservative Woman: “Why does modern Britain hate men?” A question, if memory serves me correctly, first asked by the great Melanie Phillips, formerly of The Daily Mail and now The Times, well over a decade ago. In fact Melanie’s question needs to be updated slightly – it is not men modern Britain hates, but masculinity: the newly feminised man, who knows his place and genuflects towards politically correct mores is acceptable in fashionable circles, whereas the...

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A toxic, socially Marxist, anti-Christian ideology has possessed Britain’s soul

Feb 8, 2015 by

By Julian Mann, Conservative Woman: The Cambridge Union Society’s Bicentenary Debate yesterday, which according to the invitation was about ‘celebrating 200 years of free speech’, has moved me to some sober reflections about the impact of political correctness over the past thirty years. When I became a life member of the Union in 1984, it would have been possible for the then President to have held a debate about the spiritual, moral and psychological impact of abortion on British society. If...

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My fears over the intimidation of Christians in the Middle East

Feb 8, 2015 by

By HRH The Prince of Wales: There is a real worry that there could come a time when there are no Christians left in the Middle East because the numbers have gone so dramatically down. With what has happened in Mosul in Iraq and other centres, there are very few Christians left because they were intimidated to a degree you can’t believe. Everything has been taken from them. Many of them are so fearful now of ever going back. It is a most agonising situation, but we must remember that all...

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Reading Fifty Shades linked to unhealthy behaviours

Feb 4, 2015 by

by Carolyn Moynihan, MercatorNet: Young adult women who read Fifty Shades of Grey are more likely than non-readers to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner, finds a study led by a Michigan State University researcher. Further, women who read all three books in the erotic romance series are at increased risk of engaging in binge drinking and having multiple sex partners. All are known risks associated with being in an abusive relationship, much like the lead...

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Will Ukip get a foot in the door?

Jan 29, 2015 by

By Ed West, Catholic Herald: Nigel Farage’s ‘insurgent’ party is gaining a following among the faithful – much to the consternation of the bishops of England and Wales. […]  Ukip is an “anti-politics” movement, appealing to voters who see the old parties as socially liberal, politically correct and captured by minority interest groups. Major party membership has haemorrhaged and many people no longer believe in the messages coming from Westminster, proclaimed by baby-faced politicians...

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Is anybody thinking logically any more?

Jan 21, 2015 by

by Ann Widdecombe, Daily Express: Non, je ne suis pas Charlie. Non and non again. It is a crude, vulgar, blasphemous and silly rag which did and does no credit to any of those who have produced or promoted it. If from the above statement anybody deduces that I would deny the freedom to publish it or even that I must be equivocal towards the murderous rampage which erupted in France, then that person is exhibiting all the muddled thinking that has characterised reaction to the Charlie Hebdo...

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