Child Support …. Blood on agency’s hands

CORRINE BARRACLOUGH, The Daily Telegraph

Damning claims have been made against the Department of Human Services’ Child Support agency. Opinion  What is the point in denying the existence of a problem when it clearly exists? Given time, it will just rear its ugly head again and bite you firmly on the derrière. We’re talking about the Department of Human Services’ […]

What could gender equity goals for men’s well being look like?

  September 15, 2011 6.50am AEST Author Richard Fletcher Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health , University of Newcastle Disclosure statement Richard Fletcher is an invited member of the Australian Bureau of Statistics Gender Statistics Advisory Group.   Promoting men’s care responsibilities to be equal to that of women might be quite a challenge. Chris. P […]

Good news: there is officially no rape crisis on our campuses

Bettina Arndt - The Australian http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/good-news-there-is-officially-no-rape-crisis-on-our-campuses/news-story/c7cfb719f5bc462949c60362365e7c08

No rape crisis on our campuses: official Picture: iStock Bettina Arndt Columnist @thebettinaarndt What a rare good news story. After all the dire predictions about university campuses crawling with rapists, the results of a ­million-dollar survey released yesterday by the Human Rights Commission thankfully shows very few problems for our bright young women. The survey […]

Male rape: Men ‘forced into sex with threats, lies and blackmail’ by women, survey finds

By Pat Hurst Press Association - The Independant

 All 154 British men in the survey said they were ‘forced to penetrate’ a female 176 comments Under UK law, only a man can commit the act of rape Getty Images A survey of men who say they have been forced to have sex by a woman claims blackmail and threats were the most common […]

USA Universities pay the price for false allegations – Australia should take note!

Mattress girl saga a warning to unis on sexual assault cases Emma Sulkowicz carries a mattress in protest against what she has called Columbia University’s lack of action. Columnist @thebettinaarndt Last week the long saga over the Columbia University mattress girl came to an end. It was a costly lesson for the New York university […]

Exposure Draft of the Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2017

The Attorney-General has released an Exposure Draft of the Family Law Amendment (Family Violence and Cross-examination of Parties) Bill 2017 (‘the Bill’). The Bill contains proposed amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) to address stakeholder and community concerns regarding direct cross-examination of parties in family law court proceedings involving family violence. The Government […]

How daughters can repair a damaged relationship with their divorced dad

Professor Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University

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The unbelievers – They were jailed for monstrous crimes against their daughter.

By Richard Guilliatt, the Weekend Australian

Unbelievers: coach, some family say ‘sadistic father’ is innocent They were jailed for monstrous crimes against their daughter. Yet this elite coach and his wife say they are innocent. On a muggy February morning five years ago in regional NSW, nine police officers from Strike Force Willbe converged on a bushland property that had been […]

Exposing extreme ideologies: Hoax article published in peer-reviewed journal

Skeptic - Reading Room: by Peter Boghossian, Ed.D. (aka Peter Boyle, Ed.D.) and James Lindsay, Ph.D. (aka, Jamie Lindsay, Ph.D.)

The Conceptual Penis as a Social Construct: A Sokal-Style Hoax on Gender Studies Note from the editor: Every once in awhile it is necessary and desirable to expose extreme ideologies for what they are by carrying out their arguments and rhetoric to their logical and absurd conclusion, which is why we are proud to publish […]

UK – Finally, our policy-makers are waking up to the plight of male domestic abuse victims

Mark Brooks Chairman, ManKind Initiative UK The Telegraph

1 Comment The Queen introduced a new Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill on Tuesday   This week, the Queen announced that the Government are going ahead with a new Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill. The aim, broadly speaking, is to bring all the disparate pieces of domestic abuse legislation, policies and guidance together. There will […]