A Propaganda Milestone for Our Side
The Masculinist cohort was also given a mention. And none other than Aoirthoir his own self was interviewed, and even pictured! Kudos!
A side note here: When the Masculinist credo states that "all men are good", it means that maleness in principle is essentially good, in the way that fire or rain are essentially good. So, individual men can still be scumbags -- especially the ones who support feminism!
All right, the BBC article wasn't radical enough. Honestly, it was dull porridge. That was my principal complaint. But then, what can you realistically expect from the BBC? So I won't look this gift horse in the mouth any more than I've done already.
At any rate, the article was a pathbreaker, a harbinger of additional boring publicity to come. All hail boring publicity! I mean, publicity is publicity is publicity, folks. And it's all good, especially if it is not bad publicity.
I'll sign off with one of my pet irritations. Toward the end of the article, we encounter the stylistically clunky phrase "men being discriminated against". This commonly heard construction grates upon my fastidious ear, and I would much rather the elegant phrase "men suffering discrimination" should gain currency.
By the way, any cutting edge journalist who wants to give this men's rights business a gritty and nuanced coverage, is invited to contact my honorable self. See the mail link at upper right.