On September 15, Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last month.
Researchers from Stockholm University have discovered that water may indeed be wet or that children who are not exposed to parental alienation may indeed fare better than those who are.
Meanwhile, the most vicious feminist alive in Europe today, Harriet Harman (or… Harperson) is very upset that even the unions are moving away from the hardline feminist position on prostitution. Meanwhile, in Germany, it’s election season. And, quite shockingly to the ossified culture in the Cathedral, there are politicians who are trying to court the non and anti-feminist vote – in addition to politicians courting the Fathers’ Rights crowd which in Germany is not insignificant. In Switzerland, suddenly the political class realized that there is such thing as institutionalized privilege – except that it benefits women. Good luck convincing women to vote against their own privilege!
In other news, Swedish feminists suddenly (re)discovered the value of institutional(ized) gender segregation.
These and other news will be discussed tonight.
So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:
Children whose parents have split are less stressed when they spend their time living equally between two households, scientists claim
Husband filmed wife attacking him because he didn’t think police would believe him
Harriet Harman hits out at unions for backing decriminalised sex work
Mann, Mann, Mann
“Für Männer nicht wählbar”
Are Swiss women privileged in Europe?
ROSENCRANTZ: Könsseparatism kan vara härligt
Sweden’s ‘man-free’ festival now has a name
Finally, powerful women are speaking up for the rights of men. Equality just got a step closer
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)
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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 September 16, 2 AM (AWST) in West Australia and 4 AM AEST.