What is HEqual?

HEqual represents a new brand of equality activism. We’re politically neutral, egalitarian, independent and above all else determined to get results. While gender feminist activism concerns itself with making men sitting down to go to the toilet, critiques their seating posture on public transport and seeks to remove Winston Churchill from banknotes, we’ll be tackling the other minor equality issues that appear to have slipped their minds.

Why now?

It’s clear that egalitarians are winning the arguments when it comes to gender issues. Whether it be harmful unmerocratic quotas, child genital mutilation, female sentencing discount or sexist domestic violence service provision, we are winning the arguments hands down. Just read the most popular comments for news articles on such issues, views that were quite novel and subject to silencing in the past are now widely accepted amongst the public, if not by the ruling elite.

What are your objectives?

The prime concern of HEqual is to get results and to see real change towards equality. There are plenty of groups out there still winning the arguments which is vitally important work. However, these discussions are not enough, we need to see real change come about as a result of winning these arguments. We aim to bring about that change week after week, small step by small step.

What’s going to happen?

HEqual will be challenging sexism and getting results. Our prime concern is misandry and discrimination by the state or supported by the state, such as by groups in receipt of government funding. After-all the worst kind of sexism is the type you are forced to fund yourself. Using that same logic, then large corporations are also fair game too.

What is your geographic focus?

HEquals is UK based so we’ll focus primarily on the UK. That said, we recognise the global nature of the gender debate, and so we’d happily take on any international and overseas issues if there is a significant link to the UK.

How can you be so confident of success?

1. Our strategy is to only take on issues where there are grey areas or room for manoeuvre. We won’t be seeking anything that any rational person can disagree with and won’t be dealing with issues with any real level of uncertainty.

2. We’re experienced in activism and already have achieved a number of successes.

3. As well as choosing targets carefully, we’re also very persistent, so we might not win today or tomorrow, but we won’t be giving up.

4. Above all else, there’s so much outrageous and blatant sexism, hypocrisy and deceit out there. This, combined with the increased awareness of men’s issues makes the position of our opponents now completely untenable.

Can I get involved?

Certainly. We want more men’s human rights activists to report their successes. So, if you’re inspired by what we’re doing and are doing the same then be sure to send us your story (ideally along with documentary evidence of your sucess).

How do I contact HEqual?

Send us an email to: johnkimble01ATgmail.com

you can also tweet us: @HEqual_UK

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Try Boots mag for sexism –

    I now realize as a mere man that Boots regard me as a second-class customer.

    I have always thought Boots’ “Health and Beauty” magazine sexist but the latest edition (Mar/Apr 2020) really does take the biscuit.

    The article on page 7 by Jessica Powell, Head of Content, is an almost unbelievable example of misandry as contrasting phrases such as “empowering all women” and “toxic masculinity” clearly show.

    Had this diatribe been published with the feminine words been replaced by the masculine the cries of sexist from the feminist community would have been deafening.

    Furthermore, a quick surf of the Internet reveals this would not be the first time Boots have been accused of sexism against men, from pricing of goods to sexist adverts and after seeing the anti-male sexism in the magazine I can’t say I’m surprised.

    The only way I can respond to this is by taking my custom elsewhere (all the way next door to Superdrug) and by informing the many ‘equality for men’ web sites emerging on the Internet of this blatant and offensive sexism.

  2. Hi John. I think I could help a bit in campaigning for men’s rights so I tried to e-mail yourself but my e-mail provider says your address doesn’t exist. Could you provide another address please? I’m eager to help.

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