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.
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Bettina’s 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.
Here’s a recent talk she gave about why she no longer calls herself a feminist.
And her two recent videos about her campus rape tour. First a summary video reporting on events so far and then her call for action to be taken against key protesters at Sydney University. And some fascinating revelations about the Sydney University protest’s key troublemakers.
Bettina's Latest Blog Posts
Last weekend Sixty Minutes attacked me for an interview I did last year with Nicolaas Bester, a Tasmanian teacher previously imprisoned for having a sexual relationship with one of his students. I conducted the interview not because I condone his past behaviour but because I am concerned about vigilante justice. Many...more»
We are really excited about our new video, featuring Senator Amanda Stoker in Senate Estimates last week, grilling the higher education people about freedom of speech and the Sydney University protest over my campus rape talk. She was brilliant, carefully establishing who has the authority for monitoring that universities enforce their...more»
Fascinating developments regarding the action I have taken against key organisers of the Sydney University protest who tried to stop me speaking on about the fake rape crisis last month. Here’s my new video. Please help me circulate it. And don’t forget to like it and subscribe. This one is mainly about...more»
Just to bring everyone up to date with what has happened so far, we have a YouTube video providing a summary of all the recent events. It all started at La Trobe, where my first campus event proved pretty difficult with noisy protesters doing their best to drown out my talk....more»