Tickle v. Giggle no laughing matter

The case of Tickle v. Giggle sounds like it could have been conjured by Charles Dickens — the names of the parties, anyway. How can Tickle be adverse to Tickle? The funny thing is — there’s nothing funny about it. It’s yet another chapter in the gender wars. Might this one be a bridge too far? We need a satirist of the genius of Jonathan Swift to administer justice in this case.

Spiked columnist Nick Cater explains what it’s all about in the column “Sall Grover’s fight for womankind.” Spiked followed up with an interview of Grover by Brendan O’Neill (transcript excerpts here, full podcast at bottom of the link).

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