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Bettina Arndt

It was sex that made Bettina Arndt famous. She’s had an amazing career starting out as one of Australia's first sex therapists, then spending many years as a social commentator on gender issues and now as our best known online dating coach.

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Fabulous women are coming to town

For a start there’s the brave young filmmaker, Cassie Jaye whose movie, The Red Pill has been causing such a stir. See the latest Fan-Force screenings of the movie that we’ve organised across Australia.

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 Sydney for a few days. I’ll be posting her media schedule on this site soon.

We’ll also be seeing the amazing Karen Straughan. Karen, also known as GirlWritesWhat, is one of the most popular women working for the men’s movement. She has more than 160,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel and her 2011 vlog on "Feminism and the Disposable Male" video has almost 1.5 million views. Karen is extraordinary – totally brilliant, well-informed and an incisive, ferocious debater. See her demolishing Naomi Wolf on a televised panel discussion.

Karen will be in Sydney for the week prior to the conference. She’ll be doing an hour long interview with Rowan Dean and Ross Cameron on the Sky News’ The Outsiders at 10 am on Sunday June 4. I’m sure that will be well worth watching.

Then on the night of Tuesday June 6, Karen is doing a Q&A with viewers of Mark Latham’s Facebook. Live streaming from 8.00 pm. You can send in short video questions or written questions/comments or wait until that evening and post them on the facebook page for Karen to answer. It should be great fun.

Finally for our Sydney people – Karen is speaking on Wednesday June 7 at The Sydney Institute on Why Marriage is Too Risky for Men. The event starts at 5.30 pm, Level 40, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney. At this stage it is open to members only plus one guest but if they don’t get enough people everyone will be able to come along. I will let you know if that is happening next week on this website. We hope to get a full house - it’s important Sydneysiders show that we welcome a fresh voice on topics too long dominated by a feminist perspective.

Bettina's Latest Blog Posts

The malevolent influence of Women’s Studies

The malevolent influence of Women’s Studies

  I've long admired the way Mark Latham is speaking out about men's issues, particularly exposing the distorted statistics aimed at giving the impression that we face an epidemic of domestic violence. He managed to extract data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showing that only 1.06 per cent of women are actually...more»

The Coercive Politics of Inclusion

The Coercive Politics of Inclusion

I’ve long been amazed by the willingness of the Australian media to buy into using crazy terminology for the gay community, like LGBTIQ or “alphabet soup” as some call it. It is nonsense to suggest the ever-growing Rainbow Coalition is a unified group, lobbying for cohesive, recognised goals. The reality is that...more»

Roy Baumeister- an academic who doesn't toe the line

Roy Baumeister- an academic who doesn't toe the line

There's an interesting new academic in town. Roy Baumeister is an eminent professor of psychology who has recently moved to Brisbane. I've been in touch with him for many years because he is a world expert on gender differences in sexual desire. I quoted him in my recent books and he's...more»

Talking to Miranda Devine about The Red Pill.

Talking to Miranda Devine about The Red Pill.

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 domestic violence;...more»