LAST week was alive not so much with the sound of music as the sound of fury.

Fury sounded from both sides of the pond in response to the American Psychology Association’s (APA) incorporation of modern feminism’s ‘toxic masculinity meme’ in its guidelines for men’s treatment. Pushback came from many sources, not least The Conservative Woman, with Kathy Gyngell’s report on Jordan Peterson’s broadside against the APA and the war against men topping our most-read chart.

Second was Kathy’s article on Brexit and the UK’s main foe – the adamantine Mrs May, not Tusk.

Ann Farmer’s ‘Not all children with same sex parents live happily ever after‘ drew much sympathy, some predictable outrage and the third highest number of readers.

Our ever-sceptical readership also appreciated Kathy’s post ‘More media questioning like this please‘  (We have yet to go through readers’ suggestions of missing or disproven media stories – but thank you for those who’ve put forward ideas – and we promise to.) This was the fourth most-read article of the week.

Last but not least of our five top posts was John Redwood’s ‘They can’t blame us for this Europe-wide mess’. He, unlike far too many of his colleagues, understands the imploding EU to which Mrs May’s WA would shackle us.

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