Via Stu, J4MB: An extract:
She said policies designed to work for women would result in a political system that worked better for everyone. [‘Everyone’ meaning work-centred professional women in this context.]How do you know Sophie Walker is talking idiotic nonsense? Her lips move.
Investing in free childcare in the same way previous governments had invested in physical infrastructure, for example, would “have a positive knock-on for everyone in a very, very positive way”. [‘Everyone’ other than men whose taxes will largely pay for this communist-inspired initiative, children, women who want to look after their kids at home rather than go out to work…]
She added that women in the UK still did not have the same options as men, [nonsense – where’s your evidence, Doughnuts?] with men still outnumbering women in Parliament, [in relation to the proportion of people applying to become PPCs who are women, women are already heavily over-represented in Parliament]
the continued existence of a pay gap between men and women [Nurse, can I please have more morphine?] and women suffering disproportionately from austerity measures. [maybe because they benefited far more than men from state support in more prosperous times?]