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 […]

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 […]

Stand up against dangerous Family Law changes

Bettina Arndt

Augusto Zimmermann, WA Law Reform Commissioner is calling for us to challenge the “dangerous family law changes” and to encourage people to complete the questionaire. Sent: Tuesday, 9 May 2017 7:23:12 PM Subject: Stand up against dangerous Family Law changes – recruit people for questionnaire Below is an important message from my friend Bettina Arndt. […]

Red Pill film: feminist protests black out cinemas

Tessa Akerman, The Australian

The Red Pill has been barred from certain cinemas. A Sydney cinema has become the latest venue to cancel a screening of men’s rights film The Red Pill, which has been the subject of feminist activist protests since it was released. Dendy Cinema Newtown in Sydney’s inner west canned a sold-out screening of the film […]

New puritanism at work in refusals to show film The Red Pill

The Australian - Janet Albrechtsen

Illustration: Sturt Krygsman The Australian 12:00AM April 19, 2017 Save Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on email Share more… 406 JANET ALBRECHTSEN Columnist Sydney @jkalbrechtsen The liberal democratic model doesn’t need a tune-up; it needs a full body overhaul. Increasingly, the university campus — the very place where young minds should be challenged […]

The Red Pill Movie: Blocked again

The Australian - Tessa Akerman

Red Pill: The background to the controversial documentary Documentary maker Cassie Jaye. The Australian 3:03PM April 19, 2017 Save Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on email Share more… 2 Controversial documentary The Red Pill has been the subject of feminist activist protests since it was released — and, as a result has been […]

One Nation Sell-out on Family Law Reform

Men’s Rights Agency has received information that the One Nation party has dumped their Family Law Reform policy. See their current policy listing: The erased policy can be found  using: One Nation also added a new policy to get rid of UN Human Rights then carefully disguised where they hid it on the […]

Beyond blue ties

Corrine Barraclough - The Spectator

Take a deep breath. It’s started and already doesn’t look good. Last week, real life tears caused flooding when it was announced former Prime Minister Julia Gillard was stepping into the chair of the mental health organisation beyondblue. On Sunday she wrote her first comment piece, ‘Why I’ve stepped back into public life’ for the Sydney […]

Custody battle on high seas: dad Mazen Hassan Baioumy ‘held hostage as daughter snatched’

Mark Schliebs - The Australian

Dad ‘held hostage as daughter snatched’ Mazen Hassan Biaoumy is all smiles at the start of the journey, but claims he later wanted to leave the vessel and was held against his will. An Egyptian man is suing the owner of a north Queensland fishing charter, claiming he was ­falsely imprisoned on the 65-foot boat […]