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Many of the speakers at this month’s Challenging Misandry event may have issues worth publicly airing. It’s a shame they’re likely to get lost in what sounds like a attack on women and women’s rights, from a bunch of mostly men

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

5th November, 2017

Reader, there’s something I must tell you. There’s a part of me that really wants to attend an event that’s taking place in Dublin this month. What’s wrong with that, you say? Well, nothing technically. Except that I’m reasonably sure I’m exactly the type of person (that’s to say: female, opinionated and feminist) that the organisers seriously don’t want to show up for tea and buns with them on their very special day....

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