In response to Kathy Gyngell: Boys are getting a raw deal in education. And our economy suffers as a result, Herbert Purdy wrote:
I’m on holiday in the Med at present and have spent an enjoyable hour or so reading this comments stream, which is fascinating. Apart from it being a total wipeout of the usual little feminist crew, who are by any measure simply insane, what strikes me is the relative absence of reasoned female contributions. One would have thought that a website entitled The Conservative Woman would have a significant input from, well, conservative women. Or even women, irrespective of their political leanings, or none.
Are women uninterested in their sons’ education? Are they uninterested in current affairs? Or are they so comfortable in what feminism and the ridiculous gynocentricity that feminists have managed to bring about among us suits them, and they don’t want to rock the boat?