A Loving Father’s Thoughts On LGBT Rights, Feminism, And Intersectionality (1): The LGBT’ers

Reading Time: 7 minutes Part 1 – LGBT And All That   The modern Feminist Movement and the Gay Rights Movement share a common enemy – hegemonic patriarchy – Shawn Donnelly     The fact that I thought that LGBT was a rock band, similar to AC/DC, just shows you how loving and innocent I was, thinking that all these […]

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Reading Time: 2 minutes In this week’s edition: Air India flight breaks garden wall instead of sound barrier Parking spaces in large cities to be doubled in size, to accommodate cars designed by women Gibraltar becomes World Cup favourite after adopting “La Marseillaise”       Air India flight hits garden wall – no victims but plenty of lost […]

Death In The Family – Falling Into The Abyss Of Love, Distress, And Freedom

Reading Time: 5 minutes Following my father’s death, in 2012, I felt no grief because I had thought about his passing away for years, analysing the feelings I would have and coping with them. Was it anticipatory grief, without the symptoms? Was it a sense of detachment from my parents? Was I challenging moral standards, where grieving death is the […]

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Read All About It – A light-hearted look at news that is either fake, or futile     Theresa May Diagnosed With “Hooping Cough”   Having suffered an acute bout of cough, at last year’s Conservative Party Conference, Theresa May was seen to involuntarily dance her way to the podium, at this year’s conference, in […]

When Democracy Is Bullied By… Democracy

Reading Time: 6 minutes   Some time ago I wrote a post entitled, “Democracy menaced by…democracy,” concerning what I believe are the dangers of holding a referendum in a parliamentary democracy. With March 29th 2019 fast approaching, and an EU/UK deal far from being certain, the demand for a second referendum – the people’s vote – is gaining momentum, and […]