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Women don’t want women-only clubs

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

In my experience, men offer this infuriating comeback when challenged about the continuing exclusion of women from clubs such as the Garrick (for now at least – the Garrick is voting on 7 May on the admission of women as members). ‘But why don’t you set up your own women-only clubs,’ they sulk, ‘and leave us alone?’

My interlocutors are often members of not one but multiple men-only clubs.

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