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Left Fears Trump’s Pick for Education Department’s Civil Rights Office

Leftwing media and organizations are fretting over U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s choice of Candice Jackson as acting assistant secretary for that department’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), citing concerns about her views on affirmative action, feminism, and campus sexual assault policy.

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TIME Magazine: Hillary Clinton’s Emailgate Is an Attack on Women

In an op-ed for TIME magazine, Robin Lakoff, a professor of linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, writes that the FBI’s criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified email documents during her time as secretary of state is really a “bitch hunt” attack on Clinton simply because she is a woman. “It’s not about emails,” Lakoff writes. “It’s about public communication by a woman.”

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Milo: Feminists ‘Waging War on Working Class Men’

Milo Yiannopoulos attended the University of Minnesota on Wednesday to deliver a joint-talk with American Enterprise Institute scholar Christina Hoff Sommers, during which he declared that third-wave feminists were waging war against working-class men.

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The Devastating Silence From Labour ‘Feminists’ On Cologne

On the night of the Oldham West and Royton by-election result I accused the Labour Party of engaging in “dangerous identity politics.” The result of me uttering this sentence on TV was that the political journalists both local and national

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Government Backed Feminist ‘Re-Education’ Workshops For Schoolboys

Feminist workshops to “re-educate” boys in school are on the rise, following new government guidelines issued in March. The first ‘Good Lad Workshop‘ was held for boys as young as 16 at the St Edward’s School, Oxford, this month. Students from

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The Good, The Bad, and The Beta Male

Last year a Salon article titled, “In praise of the ‘beta males,’” made the rounds and we all rolled our eyes. The author wrote: