This month, the Centre for Social Justice published a report entitled ‘Fully Committed: How a government could reverse family breakdown‘. It’s a step in the right direction, but it’s long on description and short on analysis, I’m afraid.
Monthly Archives: July 2014
An article in The Guardian today by Martin Daubney points to why men are not entering the teaching profession and casts light on the current dysfunctional societal culture in which we now have to live. ‘Teacher trolling’ apparently is now a national pastime and some pubescent girls see capturing incriminating photos of ‘pervy’ male teachers as a sport.
Martin rightly points out that that cat is out of the bag, but he only hints at the elephant in the room – feminism, as the cause of all of this.
This is a quote from the beginning of an article in The Guardian by Suzanne Moore on 9th July 2014 calling for the formation of a feminist party in the United Kingdom
‘”What did you do in the war, Mummy? The great feminist war? I stood there on the shore and let the waves crash over me one after another, watching them build, feeling them pull me close. Waiting for the break.’
The formation of a feminist party would be a good thing IMHO.
In an article in The Independent today, entitled ‘We must educate our sons to save our daughters’, Yvette Cooper says this:
“Whore, bitch, slag, slut,” – these are the insults one teacher says she hears levelled at teenage girls on a daily basis. She described girls being “heckled if they dare to speak in class, their shirts forcibly undone, their skirts lifted and held by groups of boys”