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Is Misogyny about to be Classified as a Hate Crime in UK Legislation?

What about Misandry – or are men not Worth It?

Last month, it was announced that a review by the Law Commission would look at whether offences driven by misogyny - dislike, contempt or ingrained prejudice against women - should be treated as hate crimes.
And now it's emerged the same review will also consider the opposite - crimes motivated by misandry - hostility towards men.

This is a potentially pivotal issue when the new matriarchy are pressing so hard in all walks of life for special treatment of women. We are living in a fair and egalitarian society in which men and women should expect to be offered equivalent support and protection under the law. Surely it’s a no-brainer to treat all gender hate crimes fairly, regardless of gender? Unless the law is fair and has effective checks and balances to avoid it being abused, it risks being used as a weapon by some parents with less than honourable motives.

Covered by the BBC: Here

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