Enjoy. I’ve just posted the following comments, and invite you to post your own comments after the Football365 article.
I’ve rarely read a more inaccurate piece on our political party, founded in 2013. The event is not our annual conference, but the fourth International Conference on Men’s Issues https://icmi18.wordpress.com. It will be held over July 6-8. Last year we hosted the second conference at Excel London http://icmi16.wordpress.com. People attended from 20 countries. Among the 15 speakers was Philip Davies MP, speaking on ‘The Justice Gender Gap’. A video of his talk is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VoFdG4cSAM.
I am NOT a ‘known Birmingham City fan’, despite the excellent shirt, but I wish the club every success. We had a great deal of engagement with both Blues and Aston Villa fans before and after the game last Sunday, and plan to promote the conference at other Blues home fixtures in future.
Our party website is http://j4mb.org.uk. Our 2015 general election manifesto https://j4mb.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/46/2017/09/141228-V10-General-election-manifesto-RGB.pdf. Janet Bloomfield’s article, ’13 reasons women lie about being raped’ https://www.avoiceformen.com/mens-rights/false-rape-culture/13-women-who-lied-about-being-raped-and-why-they-did-it/. Jonathan Taylor’s article, ’10 reasons false rape allegations are common’ https://www.avoiceformen.com/sexual-politics/ten-reasons-false-rape-accusations-are-common/.
One of the factors we considered when selecting a venue for the 2018 conference was proximity to the constituency of Birmingham Yardley, the home of the odious Jess Phillips MP, a woman selected from an all-women shortlist. She won our Toxic Feminist of the Month award in November 2015, after trying (but failing) to stop Philip Davies’s application to hold the first-ever debate on men’s issues in the House of Commons. Her award can be found here https://j4mb.org.uk/toxic-feminists-of-the-month/.
We look forward to welcoming many football fans – of both sexes – to our conference next July. The venue is perfect.
Justice for Men & Boys
(and the women who love them)