The Lie of Feminism

SWEDEN. During the 1960s and 1970s the womens movement faught for womens right to take a part in the workforce. That sounds good, but as always it has a downside to it. Feminists isn't interested in women having the right to choose. Instead they want all women to go through a collective change into what... Continue Reading →

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No Drag in Islam

After writing about Hidayoo who couldn't wear protective pants I looked up some quotes about women dressing like men and vice versa. It's not only about hiding your figure, but that a man wearing womens clothes is seen as sick and perverted in Islam. The advice given is to remind that man that Allah see... Continue Reading →

How to Survive the Swedish Church

SWEDEN. The Swedish title of this book is Konsten att överleva Svenska kyrkan and it's written by Helena Edlund who worked as a priest for 12 years. It's well known that the Swedish Church is heavily left leaning and that it's a very unhealthy workplace. And Helena gives the reader a look behind the scenes.... Continue Reading →

How the Stasi Would Have Loved Them

UK. Below you can read a blog post by Michael Blackburn. He used to teach creative writing and English Literature at the University of Lincoln. But some tweets critizising feminism and "blaming Muslims for terror attacks" outraged the students and he has now left the university. It's unlikely that most of the students at our universities who... Continue Reading →

The Lawyer Was a Communist

SWEDEN. Opinion Live is a debate show of sorts and since it's on SVT it's leaning heavily to the left. It has, as a majority of the shows on SVT, a tendency to invite lefties without presenting them as such. This Thursday they did it again. The debate was about ISIS-brides and Hanif Bali (M)... Continue Reading →

The big gender Experiment

David Eberhard is a psychiatrist and author who is an active debater. He has a tendency to swim against the tide which is one of the reasons that I like him.  This is a book about the biological differences between the sexes and the group of feminists that refuse to acknowledge that. It's a strange world we live in where obvious things are being seen as false and can cause such debate. Unfortunately this book is only available in Swedish, but I hope that... Continue Reading →

The Feminists Agenda

SWEDEN. The feminist are constantly whining that the number of women in senior positions in the business sector only are 37%. But why not mention all other sectors? And there might be reasons that this is the case. But feminists doesn't want to explore that as it will make their entire agenda fall apart. The truth is that women are in the majority regarding senior positions in several branch of industry. When... Continue Reading →

Should Millennials Be allowed to Write?

USA. Take a look at this editorial by a young, black woman from a student newspaper. It's racist and sexistic, but that wasn't what I reacted to. When you ask a question at a lecture, is it secretly just your opinion ending with the phrase “do you agree?” If so, your name is something like... Continue Reading →

Löfven Stir up Conflicts

SWEDEN. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven held a speech yesterday for the European elections this May. He continued to warn about the huge threat society face from Nazis and the Alt-right. But don't worry, the Social Democrats will save us all. Somehow. The extreme right tries to consolidate in country after country, to release extreme nationalism on... Continue Reading →

FGM Increase in Sweden

SWEDEN. It's believed that there's 38 000 girls and women in Sweden who have suffered FGM. And more and more of them are asking for help. At Söderhospital (Södersjukhuset) in Stockholm they have seen an increase in the amount of women who want their help by 80% in the last two years. They started their... Continue Reading →

Afghan women have too many Rights

AFGHANISTAN. Promundo and UN Women made a survey where 2 000 men and women between the ages 18-59 got to answer questions. Some of them also took part of group interviews. When it come to womens rights 2/3 of the men and 1/3 of the women thought that women in Afghanistan had too many rights.... Continue Reading →

The underground girls of Kabul

Jenny Nordberg is a journalist and have often traveled to Afghanistan. While there she encountered a phenomenon called bacha posh where girls are being dressed as boys and then live like them for some years. Jenny started to investigate it and came into contact with families who practiced this and got to take part of their... Continue Reading →

No Hijab Day

February first is the day when Muslim women "voice their choice" and for others to show solidarity with them. The world unites to celebrate the practice of covering up girls and women in cloth. The challenge is to wear the hijab for 24 hours, but at the organizations website there's also more advanced challenges like... Continue Reading →

The Culture of Death

USA. SWEDEN. The decision to permit abortions to the moment of birth in New York sparked debate all over the world. Even here where the majority is pro-abortion people are protesting (at home, by ourself as us Swedes do). But this isn't a new thing in America and it's more or less unknown for the... Continue Reading →

Islamist Professor finally Quits

SWEDEN. Muslim Masoud Kamali is a Professor of Sociology at the Mitt-University. Or 'was' is more accurate as he have left his job after a long conflict in which he threathened to kill the headmaster. During the time that Kamali has worked at the Mitt-University the lectures and research in the department have started to... Continue Reading →

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