On June 2, Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last week.
Is it time for men’s issues to break into the political mainstream? With all major parties in the upcoming UK election wooing the female vote, it might be an opportune moment for some product differentiation through addressing men’s issues. One such issue is suicide, which is the number one cause of death for young men in the UK. Men such as Jay Cheshire, a 17-year-old who killed himself after being falsely accused of rape.
In other news, Swedish feminists continue to try to turn Twitter into a safe space by blocking such vile people as PewDiePie, the mayor of Paris seeks to ban a feminist festival for racist discrimination, and female students at a Belgian university have to suffer under the tribulation of getting fashion advice from their school.
So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:
Why are men’s issue consistently ignored in electoral manifestos?
My mum and brother both ended their lives after he was falsely accused of rape
Sweden’s Controversial Blocklist Based on One Feminist’s Personal Whims
Dejta en växt – eller yoga ihop med en
Paris mayor demands black feminist festival that ‘prohibits’ white people be banned
I “masni” vic je seksualno uznemiravanje
O universitate le-a recomandat studentelor să poarte un ”decolteu drăguț” la ceremonia de absolvire
The show starts at 7PM BST (London, Reykjavik and Lisbon time)
That is 8 PM CEST (Madrid, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bern, Bratislava, Prague, Belgrade, Tirana, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo and Skopje time)
That is 9 PM EEST (Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Kiev, Chisinau, Bucharest, Sofia, Athens, Ankara and Nicosia time)
During summertime, Minsk and Moscow time coincides with EEST.
For the listeners in America this means 2 PM EST, 1 PM CST, 12 PM MST and 11 AM PST.
For the listeners in Australia, this means June 3, 2 AM (AWST) in West Australia and 4 AM AEST.