Feminist Who Said Men Should be Put in "Camps" Says "Misogyny" Behind her Ban from Debate

Julie Bindel, who said that men should be put "in some kind of camp," is now claiming that misogyny is behind her ban from a debate on censorship.

In an article published today, titled "No platform: my exclusion proves this is an anti-feminist crusade," Bindel writes that her ban from a debate at the U.K.’s University of Manchester "is a gift to misogynistic men."

"The campus craze of banning outspoken women from university events and debates across the country is such a gift to the misogynistic “men’s rights” movement," she writes. "If I were a conspiracy theorist I would be insisting this is a global plot to end women’s liberation," she continues.
Bindel, with tape over her mouth
Bindel goes on, "Any feminism that names men and men’s violence as the problem is being shut down... Banning me from speaking by claiming that my very presence would cause harm and even violence to students, when they regularly allow men who actually campaign against women’s rights to speak, is outrageous."

She concludes her piece, "No student was harmed in the writing of this article."

Bindel has come under criticism after saying that she "would actually put them all in some kind of camp." She went on to say, "I hope heterosexuality doesn’t survive, actually. I would like to see a truce on heterosexuality."

She has also been criticized for a number of comments that were considered transphobic.
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10 comments:

  1. Any chance of that tape becoming a permanent feature?

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  2. Not misogny; no hating of women...I'm afraid it's just you, dearie.

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  3. Uhm, okay. ...

    ...

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  4. She was banned because the college doesn't like TERFs

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  5. She was banned because she's fat and ugly.

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  6. Even her rebuttal magnifies her delusional and hateful state of mind. She sees nothing wrong with spewing hatred toward men; then when she's called out on it, she claims it's "concentrated misogyny." In her twisted and sick worldview she feels she should have free pass to right hate-mongering stuff against another demographic without being challenged. [I]f feminism once upon a time was a noble 'ism' with a noble cause as its underpinning, today it's being used by her and her ilk as a ruse to pervade what is unequivocally pure hatred. Does anyone have any doubt what this kind of people would be capable of if they had the power and resource to carry out their wishes? I don't!

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  7. Even her rebuttal magnifies her delusional and hateful state of mind. She sees nothing wrong with spewing hatred toward men; then when she's called out on it, she claims it's "concentrated misogyny." In her twisted and sick worldview she feels she should have free pass to right hate-mongering stuff against another demographic without being challenged. [I]f feminism once upon a time was a noble 'ism' with a noble cause as its underpinning, today it's being used by her and her ilk as a ruse to pervade what is unequivocally pure hatred. Does anyone have any doubt what this kind of people would be capable of if they had the power and resource to carry out their wishes? I don't!

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  8. Because féminist liberation is about controling men ! And btw women are part of those who don't wanna hear about your hate.

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  9. These insane witches have been given a free ride for 50 years, with incalculable suffering for tens of millions of men, children and women too as a result.

    Our fertility is destroyed and we face demographic collapse.

    The UK Government's OFFICIAL POLICY is that 'it is not a given that men are an asset to family life' because of these maniacal ghouls.

    So let us pray in gratitude the tide is turning and these moronic pigs are FINALLY seen for what they are: soulless miscreants.

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