Thursday, July 2, 2020

Ann Farmer

Ann Farmer
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Ann Farmer is the author of By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Movement (Catholic University of America, 2008).

Thought for today

Education’s three banned words . . . religion, selection and family. Trevor Phillips, the former head of the Commission for Racial Equality and its successor...

Thought for today – feminists should focus on the real crimes against women

Undercover reporters from the Financial Times have, apparently, exposed ‘an orgy of power and sexism’ at a now-disbanded Presidents Club all-male fund-raising dinner at...

Thought for today: Would you Adam and Steve it?

Fortnum and Mason has launched gay and lesbian ‘Garden of Eden’ biscuit tins for Valentine’s Day, offering ‘Adam and Steve’ and ‘Eve and Niamh’...

Thought for today: China’s missing women and the silence of the feminists

Despite the relaxation of the one-child policy, China’s birth rate is reportedly continuing to fall. The decrease is blamed on a declining population of...

Thought for today: How the Loneliness Minister could make a difference

Theresa May has appointed a ‘minister for loneliness’ as ‘part of the legacy of the murdered Labour MP Jo Cox’. Tracey Crouch, already Minister...

Thought for today: Health screening for those who don’t need it, none for those who do

The official affirmation of individuals’ distorted self-images has already led to some bizarre linguistic contortions, such as referring to ‘pregnant people’ and a ‘man’...

Thought for today: ‘Equality’ hits low-paid men – not to mention the children

The Resolution Foundation has found that part-time work ‘has become more fairly split by gender’, leading to ‘a decline in the proportion of male...

Thought for today: If the cop isn’t fit, lower the standards

A judge has told three police forces that they must change the way they recruit dog handlers after PC Kim-Louise Carter won a landmark...

Thought for today: Transgender Street – mutilating bodies and the truth

Gerard O’Donovan describes ITV’s Transgender Street as ‘insightful and positive’ Telegraph, January 12, 2018. However, there was little insight into why individuals, in the face...

Ann Farmer’s thought for the day: Misery – the other result of birth control

Writer Elizabeth Day is in her late thirties, divorced without children, and fears that she may never have a family. Having suffered a miscarriage...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: NHS transgender treatment costs lives as well as money

The British Fertility Society wants the NHS to provide egg storage for women transitioning to men. It says that although the number of people...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: Real cost of the morning-after pill

Boots the chemist has come under fire after revealing that just 3 per cent of its stores are offering a cut-price ‘morning-after’ pill, having...

Ann Farmer’s New Year book choice: Scruton shoots the Marxmen down in flames

Roger Scruton, Fools, Frauds and Firebrands: Thinkers of the New Left. London: Bloomsbury, 2015. Sartre, Foucault, Deleuze, Adorno, Lukács, Habermas, Badiou, Zižek, and perhaps most...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: Family life is the true cure for loneliness

According to the Jo Cox Loneliness Commission, nine million UK adults ‘are often or always lonely’, and ‘loneliness is as harmful to health as...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: Workplace ‘equality’ leaves everyone equally badly off

A new ten-year NHS strategy warns that nearly 200,000 extra staff are needed because Millennial workers demand career breaks and part-time roles. Health Education...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: Brexit’s smokescreen for bullies

The National Association of Head Teachers has issued guidance to primary schools, saying they should include books in the curriculum that feature transgender parents...

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