Mums, stop acting like martyrs. It’s killing you

Angela Mollard, Sunday Mail Brisbane

Indeed, a few men have told me they feel like spectators rather than participants in family life because women are self-appointed ringmasters who not only seize the whip but believe there’s only one way of cracking it.

The fight against domestic violence needs to look beyond blaming men

Stephanie Ross, Kookaburra Care November 6 2016 In my teens I became active in the pro-life movement after the Victorian 2008 Abortion Law Reform Bill passed, legalising abortion up to birth. I spoke at rallies, sidewalk counselled and advocated for life wherever I could. During this time I found the pro-life movement was mostly supported by civil-minded advocates, […]

New Year’s message from Bettina Arndt

New Year’s message from Bettina Arndt   I wish I had a dollar for every letter I have received from an Australian man congratulating me for daring to write about what’s happening to men in this country. I’ve written about issue after issue where men are being done over: the denial of women’s role in […]

QUT discrimination case exposes Human Rights Commission failings

Murdoch University, The Conversation

­ QUT student Calum Thwaites arrives at the Federal Court in Brisbane. AAP/Dan Peled In a decision that was seen as a litmus test for the controversial section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) (RDA), the Federal Circuit Court has dismissed Cindy Prior’s case against Queensland University of Technology students Alex Wood, Calum […]

Cassie Jaye’s Red Pill too truthful for feminists to tolerate

Bettina Arndt, The Australian

  Cassie Jaye at the world premiere of The Red Pill earlier this month. Picture: Ian Stroud Bettina Arndt Columnist @thebettinaarndt “The Red Pill: The movie about men that feminists didn’t want you to see.” This was the provocative headline that ran in Britain’s The Telegraph last November, a teaser for a documentary made by […]

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Domestic violence: data shows women are not the only victims | The Weekend Australian Inquirer The University of Queensland’s Kim Halford suggests that perhaps three-quarters of a million children witness both parents engaged in domestic violence. BETTINA ARNDT Columnist @thebettinaarndt Eva Solberg is a Swedish politician, a proud feminist who holds an important post as chairwoman of the […]

Blokes alone not to blame for domestic violence

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“For years now, all the key players in our well-orchestrated domestic violence sector have been singing from the same page, happily accepting government money to promote the idea that domestic violence is all about dangerous men terrorising their partners.   Malcolm Turnbull is on record boasting that the government is spending “hundreds of millions” of […]

Blanket domestic violence blame is an insult to men, says Tom Elliott

Tom Elliott, Herald Sun I’M SICK of all men being blamed for domestic violence against women. A small minority of men commit that hideous act, yet the entire male gender is told to shoulder the responsibility. It’s time the vast majority of decent men stood up for themselves. White Ribbon Australia is an organisation that works to prevent […]

AIFS “Experiences of Separated Parents Study” reveals high levels of domestic violence against men In October 2015, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) released its Experiences of Separated Parents Study – part of its evaluation of the 2012 family violence amendments by the Federal Government. The study examined the experiences of two cohorts of parents, in 2012 and 2014, the latter a total of 6,079 parents who […]

The ‘agony’ of being a 50/50 mother? Oh please. It’s called equality – and fathers deserve their share just as much as women

By Peter Lloyd – Stand By Your Manhood author hits back at mums upset with 50/50 access – Peter Lloyd is incensed that mothers don’t want to give exes equal time – Says the debate shows that feminism isn’t concerned with true equality Just when you think the modern gender debate can’t descend any further into toe-curling […]