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I came across this article and thought it made interesting reading, given that it was written by a woman. You may not agree with everything (or indeed anything) she says but I find it an interesting discourse on the feminist agenda. I have argued long and hard for “equality of opportunity” for everyone, and anyone who has read my blogs over the years will know that I have championed female orchestral conductors and entry to professions that have traditionally been denied to women. 

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We have just had International Women’s Day. That time of year when feminist groups up and down the country cash in on the suffering of third world women by trying to convince us that if we get rid of our pay gap or get more women in boardrooms somehow that will impact on the third world woman’s life.

No one does this better than the Woman’s Equality…

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Pity that Indian society does not favour women in most other walks of life………witness the recent rapes of female students.

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Indian airline GoAir to hire female-only cabin crew in bid to cut fuel bill

Low-cost airline says move could save £330,000 a year because women are 20kg lighter on average than men

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Cabin crew outside Delhi airport, India. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters
Budget airlines are constantly on the lookout for ways to cut their fuel bills and India’s GoAir is no different.Its latest idea is to hire female-only cabin crew, refusing applications from their heavier male counterparts in a bid to limit fuel burn.The low-cost airline has calculated that the move will save up to 30m rupees (£330,000) a year, because women 20kg lighter on average.
 
Around 130, or 40%, of GoAir’s existing crew members are male, and they will keep their jobs. But men will miss out in the future, as the airline presses ahead with ambitious expansion plans for 80 new aircraft by 2020 and around 2,000 cabin…

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