Four troubling features of the Higgins judgment – Spectator 4May24 Ramesh Thakur

Ramesh Thakur 4 May 2024 9:00 AM https://www.spectator.com.au/author/ramesh-thakur/   On 15 April, Justice Michael Lee brought down the curtain on Lehrmann’s suit against Network Ten and Lisa Wilkinson. His statement explaining the salient points of the judgment was a masterclass of judicial reasoning and judicious conclusions, sifting evidence-based facts from allegations and suppositions, drawing logical

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Locked up without a trial – 24Apr2024 Substack

– Forty-two percent of prisoners in NSW jails are on remand, jailed without a trial. BETTINA ARNDT APR 24, 2024 https://bettinaarndt.substack.com/p/locked-up-without-a-trial “They are treated like animals. Life in jail is appalling. It is awful in ways that most people could never imagine.” This is an experienced criminal lawyer talking about the men, the increasing proportion

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🚨 Breaking the Silence: Recognizing Coercive Control 🚨

As an organization dedicated to advocating for men’s rights, we understand the importance of shedding light on issues that often go unnoticed or overlooked. Today, we want to address a topic that affects countless men in relationships: coercive control. Coercive control is a sinister pattern of manipulative behaviors aimed at dominating and controlling a partner.

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Erin Molan blaming men for increase in gendered violence

Okay, we’ve been subjected to two days of horrific vilification blaming men for one woman being killed every 4 days. It used to be one every 6 days, (and one man killed every 8 days as a result of DV) but seems the Bondi tragedy is possibly being included to increase the figures to one

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Parental Alienation – Edward Kruk 8Nov 2023

PARENTAL ALIENATION https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/co-parenting-after-divorce/202311/countering-denialism-about-parental-alienation Countering Denialism About Parental Alienation Refuting claims against parental alienation as a form of family violence. Posted November 8, 2023 |  Reviewed by Devon Frye THE BASICS What Is Parental Alienation? Find counselling near me KEY POINTS Parental alienation is a form of family violence that targets otherwise healthy parent-child relationships. The scientific status of

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Bruce Lehrmann has lost his multimillion-dollar defamation suit

Judge finds Bruce Lehrmann raped Brittany Higgins in Parliament House (msn.com) Bruce Lehrmann has lost his multimillion-dollar defamation suit after a judge found Network Ten and Lisa Wilkinson had proved the former federal Liberal staffer raped his then colleague Brittany Higgins in Parliament House. In a historic decision on Monday, Federal Court Justice Michael Lee

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The Goddess That Failed

https://fiamengofile.substack.com/p/the-goddess-that-failed?r=1kn464&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=email&triedRedirect=true On International Women’s Day, we should admit that the feminist movement has not been good for anyone—even its alleged beneficiaries. JANICE FIAMENGO MAR 07, 2024 A recent poll has shown that a majority of young people think feminist laws and policies have gone too far and now discriminate against men. It’s good to see reaction against

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I am an ideological heretic when it comes to work and motherhood – Angela Shanahan 9Mar24

I am an ideological heretic when it comes to work and motherhood An intact family – mother and father who can co-operate and see as one on their children’s upbringing – is perhaps the most important element to successfully managing the dance between home, work, and everything else. 12:00AM MARCH 9, 2024 68 COMMENTS It was

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Bringing up kids a family matter, not just ‘women’s work’ ANGELA SHANAHAN

Bringing up kids a family matter, not just ‘women’s work’ ANGELA SHANAHAN It was interesting to note recently so much talk about mothers who stay at home when their children are young. It is a complex issue that has various factors: age at first motherhood, family situation and, naturally, finances. But perhaps the most important

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THE CHANCE TO BE A MOTHER IS A PRIVILEGE GEMMA TOGNINI The Australian 9Mar24

One of my dearest friends became a mother for the second time, shortly before her 40th birthday. Newborns being somewhat of a roadblock to wild festivities, we celebrated with a gorgeous afternoon tea instead. Her little boy was just a few weeks old. She’d walked quite the road, my friend and her husband. Crippling infertility,

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