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Austerity What A Load Of B********


The government says that austerity a necessary because we must ‘live within our means.’ Granted, cutting public services certainly sounds like a common sense approach to repaying the massive public debt. Err, I have a problem. Austerian wisdom omits a key factor. The massive debt only accumulated because the government rescued banks, private businesses, with public money….

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Rapists Rape Not Alcohol – Note To Ched Evans


The issue is not about women who are drunk. It is about men who prey on drunk women. So, I certainly don’t want to hear advice from a person who thinks sex with a drunk woman is acceptable. Unless of course, it is to say ‘Do not be alone with Me [Evans] while drinking.’

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Pro Life A Morally Inconsistent Arguement


IWD led me to think about the joy of motherhood. It’s probably the most beautiful thing in the world and the scariest. I’m not sure which part I dread the most. The idea of pushing something so big out of an area so small. Or being responsible for another human being for the rest of…

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Black History Month Celebrating Patrice Banks


Black History Month is male dominated. So to redress the balance a little i’mjussayin has focused on the experience of black women. Historically we considered the achievements of Dr Georgia Patton.  Now it is the turn of a modern achiever: Patrice Banks, lady engineer, mechanic, and entrepreneur. Synopsis Patrice Banks a self-confessed ‘auto-airhead’  was a materials…

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Rape Consent Verdicts and Victims


Campaigners have renewed the call for men accused of sex crimes not to be named. It is because of the decisions in Cliff Richard and Ched Evans cases. I do not agree.  There should be no anonymity for sex offences especially with the shockingly low conviction rates for rape.  However, the law does need to change.  It…

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Black History Month Celebrating Dr Georgia Patton


Black History Month is male dominated with women in the background. So to redress the balance a little, I will be sharing the stories of black women.  This blog is dedicated, Georgia Patton. Synopsis Georgia E. Lee Patton was born a slave in Tennessee on 15 April 1864. She earned her degree in 1893 at…

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Sex: The Ultimate Shaming And Death Sentence


Tiziana Cantone (31) committed suicide in September 2016. In 2015 she sent footage of her having sex with someone to her ex-boyfriend to make him jealous.  Many say she was the architect of her misfortune. I say as stupid as her behaviour was, she was the victim of misogyny and relentless cyber-bullying which led to…

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Ban The Burka and The Beard


Experts find non-Muslim men carry out the majority of terrorist attacks people like Anders Breivik. Not Muslim women wearing the burka.

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Far More In Common Than Separates Us


Human beings commit atrocities on each other because of sex, race, and religion. Despite this, we have far more in common than separates us. Two schoolgirls, one Muslim and one Jewish (below) are proof of this. Four years ago today, London welcomed the world for the Olympic Games. The central message of the opening games…

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Child Abuse Must Never Be Gender Blind


Lauren Cox, a married 27-year-old geography teacher, having sex with her 16-year-old pupil is child abuse.  However, the popular opinion, especially amongst men, appears to be that her crime is less heinous than if a male teacher were involved with a girl of 16.  This view is rooted in the idea that a boy-child sleeping…

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