Rev J. Gomes: Feminism was women's great enemy - until transgenderism came along

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For the health of the British body politic, the Oxford Men's Group is delighted to host the Rev’d Dr Jules Gomes (BA, BD, MTh, PhD) for the following public lecture: 'Feminism was women's great enemy - until transgenderism came along'.

Rev Jules Gomes is a journalist and academic. He wrote the weekly ‘Rebel Priest’ column for The Conservative Woman and is now a columnist for Republic Standard. Jules earned his doctorate from the University of Cambridge and taught at the United Theological College, London School of Theology, and Liverpool Hope University. He enjoys philosophy, literature, art, classical and jazz music, target shooting, and motorcycling. He lives with his wife and cat on the Isle of Man.

All are welcome to attend this public lecture, which is free - no prior booking is necessary.

The lecture will be immediately followed by Q&A. Then, as always, we shall retire to a nearby public house in order to continue the conversation with addition of a little liquid refreshment.

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