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Belinda Brown

Belinda Brown
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Belinda Brown is author of 'The Private Revolution' and a number of well-cited academic papers. More recently, she has started writing and blogging for The Daily Mail and The Conservative Woman. She has a particular interest in men's issues and the damage caused by feminism.

The gender gap is an asset, not a liability

The government is proposing to revise the Gender Recognition Act by removing hurdles and safeguards for those who would like to change gender. In...

Our democracy was built on hard work and patience – not suffragette violence

This is the last of three posts by BELINDA BROWN on the violent reality of the terror campaign by suffragettes, in contrast to the...

Myths about the suffragette ‘martyrs’

This is the second of three posts by BELINDA BROWN on the violent reality of the terror campaign by suffragettes, in contrast to the...

Heroines? No, the suffragettes were terrorists plain and simple

This is the first of three posts by BELINDA BROWN on the violent reality of the terror campaign by suffragettes, in contrast to the...

Real women don’t need police to stop peeping up skirts

Thank goodness for Christopher Chope. Yes, it must be unpleasant having someone take a photo or video under your skirt when you aren’t looking...

Suffragette myth that turns men into the enemy

As thousands took to the streets last Sunday to commemorate the centenary of votes for women, many held banners calling for the ‘battle’ to...

The problem is not inequality, but how we respond to it

Last weekend I was at the Hay Festival debating the future of the family with social commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, philosopher Adam Swift and Baron...

Equality and sameness are totally different things

This is the second part of my talk on the family at the Hay Festival last weekend. Yesterday I wrote that family is the...

Why family life is the true key to equality

Last weekend I was at the Hay Festival debating the future of the family with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, the self-described ‘leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist, Muslim,...

Who really won women the vote?

We have recently had the centenary of the Representation of the People Act. It granted the vote to women over the age of 30...

Company X and the gender pay gap – a cautionary tale

What madness these gender pay gap assessments are. Veritable sledgehammers to batter non-existent nuts. We bandy them about as though they mean something eternal,...

Why I’ll be speaking out for downtrodden men

The International Conference on Men’s Issues is a vital annual event which gives much needed publicity to the devastating issues affecting men and boys...

Failed by the feminists, the brave women of Iran

With more than 60 per cent of its population under 30, high levels of education combined with high unemployment and economic breakdown, the stage...

Girls, science and how the equality police get it so badly wrong

I spent Valentine’s evening on Newsnight discussing whether there are any significant differences between women and men. It is easy to mock this question, but...

Supermarket pay must reflect the risk factor

The solicitors Leigh Day are on to a winner. Having won an employment tribunal for women who stack shelves or work the tills at...

It was men who won votes for women, not the Suffragettes

Today is the centenary of The Representation of the People Act, better known for its role in giving women the vote. In the run-up...

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