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UD’s Morning Giggle

A French government official’s attempts to ban an essay entitled I Hate Men over its “incitement to hatred on the grounds of gender” have backfired, sending sales of the feminist pamphlet skyrocketing.


Perhaps you don’t share UD’s sense of humor. I haven’t gotten past that first paragraph and I’m already laughing. Let’s read the rest of the article. Here’s hoping for more laughs…



[The 25-year-old author] criticised [the gender equality advisor’s] response to her work. “A state official who has a power crisis facing an 80-page book released in 400 copies, I find that very problematic,” she said.

[The small publisher] did initially set out to print just 400 copies when the essay was published in August, but after [Ralph] Zurmély’s attacks, the first three editions of the book have sold out, with almost 2,500 copies sold just two weeks after its release. A larger publisher, who has yet to be named, is now set to take the title on.


And, as faithful readers know, UD always finds a way to sing it.

Margaret Soltan, September 9, 2020 8:32AM
Posted in: Your Morning Giggle

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2 Responses to “UD’s Morning Giggle”

  1. superdestroyer Says:

    The Streisand effect come through again.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Yup. Exactly.

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