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Sounds remarkably counterproductive

Girls’ schools will mix more with boys to tackle misogyny and sex harassment

Mixing is going to reduce harrassment, is it? And can you think of anything more likely to create misogyny than continued exposure to teenage girls?

Women are delightful, of course, but better when hmm, not aged, nor mature, but perhaps not ephebe? Especially feral packs of ephebes.

9 thoughts on “Sounds remarkably counterproductive”

  1. Headteachers say sexism has been ‘exacerbated by characters like Andrew Tate’

    Andrew Tate isn’t even a real person, he’s just Emmanuel Goldstein for the dogbrain generation. They could replace him with an animated gif and nobody would notice, they’d be too busy screaming into the void.

    Britain has gotten a lot cruder, uglier and more dangerous for women due to all the foreigners, so let’s all point n shriek at some twat on the internet because it’s safer than criticising Ahmed or Damarcus.

  2. So Wimbledon High, a private girls school, will be trying this out in conjunction with Kings College, a private boys school.

    I’m slightly surprised they chose not to go all in and chance their luck (or more accurately the wellbeing of their teenage girl pupils) with the more ethnically and sociologically diverse scholars of Nelson Mandela Comprehensive.

    Anyway, an interesting real-time experiment is about to take place; modern-day indoctrination versus old-fashioned hormones. My money’s on the hormones.

  3. I’m slightly surprised they chose not to go all in and chance their luck (or more accurately the wellbeing of their teenage girl pupils) with the more ethnically and sociologically diverse scholars of Nelson Mandela Comprehensive.

    They want to virtue signal about “muh misogyny”, not create the circumstances for opportunistic rape. After all the parents are paying fees to keep their sons and daughters away from the local Comprehensive’s diversity.

  4. I have to agree Tim. If there are no girls to harass, the blokes can’t harass them.

    Though I can’t say I remember much harassment in the co-educational school I attended so many decades ago. But maybe I was just a limp wimp.

  5. “So Wimbledon High, a private girls school, will be trying this out in conjunction with Kings College, a private boys school.”

    Thinking back to my own alma mater‘s merger with a girls’ school (after I left, dammit), I can’t help wondering if Wimbledon High might be in a bit of financial strife.

  6. We had an odd setup due to school being split over 3 sites, first 3 years of comprehensive school boys and girls were separate then in year 4 went to a different site where we were mixed school, so at age 14 with all the hormones and puberty kicking in full force. The sites were 5 miles or more apart so not even casual mingling

  7. Bus strike in North East enters 5th week and some towns are cut off from public transport except taxis.
    Local TV reporter chats to the barber, business down as pensioners aren’t coming into town, then chats to a customer:
    “How’s it been for you?”
    ‘I’m ok ‘cos I drive but my girlfriend can’t get to the hospital to see a consultant about a reduction in her breasts which are giving her back pain’
    “What’s that like for her?”
    ‘Well the strike is getting on her tits’
    Sound cuts out just before the last word.
    The point is men and women are different.

  8. Ooh, highlight of the year, getting the invite to the girls school disco. It was a tradeable commodity. The head girl sent them to our head boy for distribution. All v interesting, in practice wasn’t quite the paradise situation due to (sensible girls) inviting a surfeit from other schools too.

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