Cassie Jaye correctly IDs Batty’s son as the victim of DV

MSN  reports she stunned the “Project panel into silence over insensitive Rosie Batty comments”. © Bauer Media Waleed Aly.  The Project panel was shocked into silence during an uneasy interview with a controversial, anti-feminism movie director.Cassie Jaye was on the show to discuss her meninist film The Red Pill which focuses on the men’s rights […]

The role of male shame in violent incidents like the Lindt Cafe siege

Steve Biddulph, Sydney Morning Herald

Along with most Australians, I felt relief at the Coroner’s report on the Lindt Cafe tragedy. For all the shocking failures that it exposed, it at least gave a sense that the truth could be told, and to the bereaved families, some resolution offered. On closer reading though, I was alarmed at how superficially the […]

UK – Mum Danielle Morris who faked DNA paternity test jailed . Liverpool Echo Image caption Morris initially told Mr Somers he was not the father before changing her story the following year A woman who faked a paternity test to fool an ex-partner into believing he was her baby’s father has been jailed. Danielle Morris, from Seaforth, Merseyside, initially told Jamie Somers in May […]

Australian Senator challenges reasons behind domestic violence ad campaign

Senator Leyonhjelm asks questions about the “Let’s Stop It At The Start” domestic violence ad campaign Thu, 8 Jun 2017 12:16:16 +1000 Subject: Excerpt from Official Recording of Community Affairs Senate Committee Proceedings from the Australian Parliament on 01/06/2017 at 13:25:00. or Transcript as follows: Thanks to for following this interesting debate and providing […]

Sydney man plans to sue police after two years battling rape allegations

June 2, 201711:19pm The Sydney man’s life was turned upside down by the rape allegations. Andrew EXCLUSIVE A SYDNEY man who battled for two years to clear his name of rape and assault allegations has vowed to sue police for acting like “robots” and ignoring crucial evidence. The man, who is in his 40s, […]

Mum jailed for 26 years after killing three of her children

Simone Fox Koob, The Australian

Akon Guode yesterday. The children’s father Joseph Tito Manyang, right, after sentencing. Sudanese-born mother who put four of her seven children into her Toyota Kluger SUV, drove to a park in Melbourne’s outer west and plunged the vehicle into the depths of Lake Gladman will spend at least the next two ­decades in jail for […]

Bettina Arndt, Miranda Devine & Augusto Zimmerman on domestic violence 2GB

Fantastic radio last night. Over an hours discussion with Miranda Devine and I focussing on domestic violence and AVO’s along with the courageous West Australian Law Reform Commissioner Augusto Zimmermann and plenty of callers.  Can you please circulate? Thanks, Tina    

Join in Karen Straughan’s Q&A on Mark Latham’s Outsiders

Bettina Arndt

Exciting times are coming. Fabulous women are coming to town. For a start there’s the young filmmaker, Cassie Jaye whose movie, The Red Pill has been causing such a stir. Cassie is speaking at the International Conference on Men’s Issues (ICMI) being held at the Gold Coast, June 9-11 and then she will be in […]

Are Dads still being McIntoshed?

Bettina Arndt

Here’s some rare good news about our Family Court system. Fewer dads with very young children are being denied overnight care of their infants and toddlers.   That’s a very big deal because up to three years ago most fathers lost out when they went to court seeking any overnight care. Lawyers used to joke […]

Uni holds workshops on ‘male privilege’

Rebecca Urban, The Australian

Students described how white, male students talked over them in class. Picture: istock “Privileged” male students have been told to be more like women by curbing their confidence and refraining from dominating or showing off during classes, following workshops run by the University of Melbourne Student Union. Men should also acknowledge that being born male […]