"The Mail is your natural destiny, Yasmin. Don't fight it"A couple of months earlier, after an Indie piece that conjured the spirit of the late Mary Whitehouse, I'd written :
And at last that destination has been reached. Where others saw an anti-Brit leftie whinger, I saw an anti-Brit social conservative - admittedly with a chip on each shoulder, but with a certain honesty and fairness that she couldn't keep out of her work.
Is this the start of the long spiritual odyssey that can surely lead to no other place than the opinion pages of the Daily Mail ? Good luck, Yasmin. You'll need it. But you have the stomach for the fight. Aye, and the liver too.
I hadn't realised, but she's been writing for them since July with absolutely classic Mail stuff. I told you they were made for each other.
Yes, of course, divorce shatters lives. So why DO we pretend it's an easy option?
How many more teen pregnancies before the Left admits its sex education has been a disaster?
Her latest is a bit of a classic too.
And it's attracted an answer from Steve Sailer :
You might think that with all the media interest in this question, journalists might occasionally look up on Google something about anthropologist Peter Frost's book "Fair Women, Dark Men: The Forgotten Roots of Color Prejudice", which answers the question. But, nah, finding out the answer is hardly the point of asking, so Frost's book is almost unknown.
Not just an answer, but a teensy digette, too. Yazza's piece is "from the always reliable Daily Mail of London, the umpteenth confirmation of Sailer's Rule of Female Journalism".
And what's Sailer's Rule of Female Journalism ?
The most heartfelt articles by female journalists tend to be demands that social values be overturned in order that, Come the Revolution, the journalist herself will be considered hotter-looking.