Royston Smith MP was right, there's no need for hysterics
If you peruse the Twitter, you’d only see outrage over Royston Smith MP’s comments about the journalist who was screaming (screeching) at the Prime Minister, the other week.
People don’t like to admit it - but there’s a reason those ear-piercing shrieks are confined to women. Their laryngeal systems are entirely different.
I was part of a team of doctors conducting this groundbreaking study into the differences between people’s vocal chords. The evidence was overwhelming, women are more likely to suffer from vocal injuries and need to speak in a different way, to guard against them.
The fact is; that it hurts women’s vocal chords when they screech and shout. I know it’s not trendy to acknowledge biological differences these days, but isn’t it time we got serious and stopped bowing to the woke mob? Perhaps women aren’t supposed to screech and go shrill? Maybe that’s why it hurts? Whatever happened to good old-fashioned manners. Why go shrill at the Prime Minster, when you can instead, simply write him a letter?
Now I’m not saying that this means we should confine women to the kitchen. I’m just saying that perhaps we should instead, celebrate our differences? The space across the Downing Street road is rather large for a London street, it’s no wonder she probably injured her vocal chords. She’s right to want answers to her questions, (though they didn’t really sound like proper questions); and besides, why can’t she wait for one of the ample opportunities the PM offers to answer them. There’s really no need to shout abuse at him on the street. I’m all for #freedomofspeech but that should not come at the expense of #beingkind.
Before you accuse me of sexism, it’s not just the women. Sam Coates embarrassed himself last week braying at the black door about partygate. Because there’s no war in Europe of course. But at least Sam doesn’t sound so shrill…. Must now go seek shelter from the wife, when she sees this, I am going to get it!