Belinda Brown

Belinda Brown

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.
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Belinda Brown: Women find casual sex a dark echo of the horror of rape

With more and more women reporting rape and police time spent on sexual offences constantly increasing, when it comes to how we manage our sex lives something seems to be very wrong. However, the problem does not lie with male behaviour. The problem lies with the culture of promiscuity that feminists have created through their […]

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Belinda Brown: Feminism is corrupting the heart of the Church

The Right Reverend Philip North, selected to be a diocesan Bishop  is to ‘withdraw’ from his appointment. Why?  Reverend North does not believe in women priests, and this has caused more than a rumble in parts of the Anglican Church. Residents from his new diocese  spearheaded by Reverend Professor Martyn Percy and his wife Reverend Canon Dr Emma,  have been working […]

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Belinda Brown: Feminism is a toxic toy for the privileged

(Belinda Brown writes about feminism’s toxicity in the latest of our series of articles to ‘celebrate’ International Women’s Day today.) Feminism is outdated. Believing in an ideology that has long outgrown its historical context damages the future of our society, distracts us from the most pressing issues and sets up problems for today. Feminism persists […]

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Belinda Brown: Feminists relegate men to the lower rung of our two tier society

They myth of the gender pay gap obscures a multitude of truths. One such truth is that women under 35 are – believe it or not – paid more than men because they are the privileged beneficiaries of our education system. Another reality is that men over 40 earn more than women only because they work […]

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Belinda Brown: For the sake of boys we must value fathers

It is by now well known that children growing up in single parent families do worse across a whole range of indicators (see here and here and here). What is less well known is that the outcomes are even worse for boys. Boys coming from single parent families are less likely to read, have lower […]

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Belinda Brown: At last, a group that puts men and boys first

The Men and Boys Coalition, the largest lobbying and campaigning group for men’s and boy’s issues in the UK, launched last month. With representatives from the EHRC and the Government Equalities Office in attendance, it had parliamentary blessing – possibly the first coalition representing male interests to get political blessing anywhere in the world. While […]

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