For some among us, there comes a time when we realise our teenage convictions were somewhat misguided. We discover that our parents’ dusty beliefs are not so terribly ill-conceived, having a much sharper understanding of the modern world than we had previously imagined. Luckiest are we who grasp this while still young, before our parents’ departure.
Ben Cobley skillfully picks apart the ideology and system of diversity that is stifling British politics and social relations.
Far from its claim of making politics more diverse and representative, the WEP appears to be a platform for a singular elite to wield power by enacting a form of feminism that only achieves women’s liberation by curtailing that of men.
Our values today are being driven not by morality, rationality or philosophy but by the harsh, crude and bitter outpourings of petulant and snarling individuals.