29 Jul 2017

Institutionalised Lame-Stream Misandry: The BBC Saga

Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last week. By far the most important piece of news in sexual politics in the last 10 days or so is the manure-storm triggered by the BBC's release of its "top talent" salary figures. The numbers themselves revealed nothing surprising - for normal people, that is. For feminists, the revelations were 'shocking' and as a result launched in a crusade to prove what normal people have been sensing for years now: That the BBC is at the mercy of feminists - in spite of claims to the contrary.

In other news, the Supreme Court of Israel has just agreed that there is no reason whatsoever for women to be spared from paying child support; and the two biggest cities in the Netherlands - Rotterdam and Amsterdam - are adopting some deeply misguided 'sexual harassment' policies carrying huge fines.

These and other news will be discussed tonight.

So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:

In landmark ruling, court says women should pay child support

BBC to switch men for women on screen [Daily Telegraph]

BBC women let gender pay gap happen, government adviser says

Eine Art Verfassungsschutzbericht der Gender-Szene

Sex auf Alsterdampfer kostet den Mann mehr als die Frau

Sexually harassing women, cat-calling to draw heavy fine, jail time in Rotterdam

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