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It's 2016 for heaven's sake - what are they scared of?

 

We're on the cusp of a female president (heaven forbid that Trump wins), it's just over entitled stuffy old men in plaid trousers thinking they're the chosen ones.

 

Hitting a ball with a stick and paying £10's of thousands a year for the pleasure isn't the sole domain of men...

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Can men join the women's institute I wonder ?..

 

 

Why is it that women have to join men’s clubs I sometimes

wonder if they are not capable of starting their own clubs,

are men not to be allowed to have a club where they can

have male banter, and male company if they wish?.

 

And as for can men join the women’s institute I e-mailed

their organisation and ask how I could join, they sent me

the relevant information, then I told them I was male, and

was told in no uncertain terms that I was not eligible for

membership, so there you have your answer.

 

Its only men’s clubs that are expected to change to

accommodate women, and not women’s clubs to accommodate

men. (not that I would have wanted to join anyway).

 

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It would be funny if it wasn't true, women want equality but only on their terms.

 

 

"A company has introduced a “period policy” in an effort to give women more flexibility

It hopes to tackle the taboo of menstruation by becoming the first company in the UK to introduce a policy to allow women leave if they are suffering."

 

So how are they to know they are in pain, how many will pull the wool over the bosses eyes. Is this paid leave? if so what 'up to 12 weeks' paid leave per year will men be entitled to.

 

 

 

They will be wanting time off to wash their hair next.

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"A company has introduced a “period policy” in an effort to give women more flexibility

It hopes to tackle the taboo of menstruation by becoming the first company in the UK to introduce a policy to allow women leave if they are suffering."

 

 

Then I want my man-flu days.

 

£288 million pounds a week additional cost to UK businesses in extra customs bureaucracy alone

£113 Billion in services and 40% of our exports to our largest market - lost

stuff that on the side of a bus

 

Its official: Boris "unrepentant and inveterate liar" Johnsons' word

isn't worth the paper written on (John 8:44)

 

From 1 July 2021, and every day thereafter, the Government has Directed NHS Digital to take your data from your and your family’s GP records:

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