BY GARY MCGHEE In 1993 I wrote a dissertation for my Masters Degree at Nottingham University. It was titled ‘Men and Self-Esteem’. It was well-researched, packed with salient references and the external examiners said that it was one of the best dissertations they had ever read. (Not bad for a working-class bloke who left school at 16 with good O-Levels, in order to get a … Continue reading Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds
Peter Tatchell is a British human rights campaigner, best known for his work with LGBT social movements. How Britain perceives Tatchell has changed drastically throughout the years and it is perhaps fitting that the trajectory of our opinion has been inverse to the public’s view of his nemesis – hero turned villain, the recently departed Robert Mugabe – who Tatchell famously tried to citizen’s arrest. Once … Continue reading An Interview with Peter Tatchell
BY INFAMOUS T Here’s a joke for you: Knock knock! Who’s there? THE THOUGHT POLICE! You’re under arrest. It’s not a very funny joke is it? Even less so being true – which would be bad enough in some godforsaken banana republic half way around the world, let alone right here in dear old Blighty. But this is the Brave New World order, don’t you … Continue reading The Curious Case of Harry Miller
BY TARQUIN SUTHERLAND To make sense of the way the western world is at the moment one simply must understand the core tenet in Neomarxist postmodernism that ‘everything is political’. And when these activists say EVERYTHING, they mean EVERYTHING – and that includes language itself. For these zealots have assigned all manner of twisted meanings to words that you are most likely unaware of. The … Continue reading What’s in a Word?