Politics.ie has learned exclusively tonight that Labour Senator on the Trinity Panel Ivana Bacik will be Labour leader Eamonn Gilmore's running mate in Dun Laoghaire for the forthcoming general election.
Feminism is not a label to be proud of.. its anti men (half of humanity)... it's the opposite of misogynism..Ivana Bacik hasnt got a socialist bone in her body. Yes, she's good on feminism and gay rights, but she wouldn't know commodified labour if it hit her in the face.
That is a problem for Labour. Why don't, say, the likes of St. Fintan O Tool put their names in the ring, instead of seeming to want to create his own party?Labour are treating the next General Election like a circus.
Davy Fitzgerald, Frank McBrearty, Iwannaseat Bacik, Mae Sexton....
Who next? George Lee?
That's a risible claim, feminism and misandry are not the same thing.Feminism is not a label to be proud of.. its anti men (half of humanity)... it's the opposite of misogynism..
What a load of bollocks. 'Philogyny' is the opposite of 'misogyny'.Feminism is not a label to be proud of.. its anti men (half of humanity)... it's the opposite of misogynism..
As a candidate? Dublin Central and Dun Laoghaire (sought nomination in DSE and didn't get it). Ran in Dublin for the Euros as De Rossa's sweeper, but all those are part of Dublin, of course.How many constituencies has Ivana been in now?