Woke Gobbledegook

How Long Before Being Female is Itself Classed as a Disability?

Arbitrarily classifying every woman pushing 50 as being latently disabled due to the menopause seems perilously close to legislating that females as a whole are inherently unfit for employment, says Steven Tucker.
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Charlotte Church Leads Choir Featuring Children in Antisemitic Song

Charlotte Church has come under fire for leading a 100-strong pro-Palestine choir featuring children in singing the antisemitic song From The River to Sea, which calls for the destruction of the world's only Jewish state.
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Is France’s Most Popular News Channel a Hotbed of Nazis and Fascists?

Is France’s most popular news channel, CNews, really a hotbed of Nazis and fascists? That's the message of a cartoon in a TV magazine but it makes no sense and is just the latest effort to censor it, says Robert Kogon.
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“Most Qualified Person Should Get the Job” is a Microaggression, Imperial College and Other Top Universities Say

Top universities including Imperial College and Glasgow have told staff and students that saying "the most qualified person should get the job" is a "microaggression", among other examples of woke language policing.
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Do Pokémon, Beetles and Rocking Horses Really Have a ‘Right to Privacy’?

Rocking horses should be banned, beetles have a right to privacy and Pokémon teaches cruelty to animals – PETA and the animal rights activists can often seem beyond parody. But are we being had, asks Steven Tucker.
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