It was sex that made Bettina Arndt famous. She’s had an amazing career starting out as one of Australia’s first sex therapists before becoming a respected social commentator on gender issues. Alarmed by the increasing demonization of men in our society, she’s now devoting all her time to making YouTube videos, writing and making media appearances about men’s issues and the anti-male feminist agenda.
Bettina’s exciting YouTube videos
Bettina’s videos highlight what’s going wrong in the lives of men. See her keynote address to the International Conference on Men’s Issues (ICMI 2017) for background into how she became involved in the fight for men’s rights.
More recently, here she is asking why women are trying to get into men’s sheds, encouraging men to ball tamper regularly and asking why Australian universities are investigating rape cases.
You can also support Bettina’s work by spreading the word about her videos, subscribe to her channel, and perhaps offer financial support through Patreon or PayPal. She has a number of volunteers supporting her work but if you have skills and time to help please contact her. She really needs more help in filming and editing her videos.
Finally here is her latest video on a young man’s fight to live with his Dad.
Bettina's Latest Blog Posts
Last week I spoke at La Trobe University, the first stop in my Fake Rape Crisis campus tour. A tiny group of rowdy protesters did their best to disrupt the event, with university security doing absolutely nothing to stop them. Look at this short video of their efforts: And here's the...more»
Last month La Trobe University tried to ban me from talking about the fake rape crisis to students at their university. That event is now going ahead this week, on Thurs Sept 6 despite strenuous efforts from feminist activists to stop it from happening, with protest banners appearing on campus...more»
I am getting ready for some travelling in the next few weeks. Firstly to Canberra for my talk in Parliament House. Then I am off to Perth for two talks. We really need some more bums on seats for the Perth events so please circulate the notice giving details below....more»
Exciting times this week, after La Trobe University decided to close down my talk to the Liberal Club student event. I’ve just written about this for The Australian. If you are a subscriber and would like to add to the lively debate about this issue, you can make comments here:...more»