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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.

Using her own experience as a successful online dater, she’s perfected a unique profile creation process designed to showcase her clients. Read all about her unique service which includes vital support and strategies designed to help singles make this new world work for them.

Bettina Arndt tells why Cassie Jaye ditched Hack Live

Bettina has just made her first vlog – explaining why Cassie Jaye pulled out of the Hack Live debate on male privilege. Learn why she decided the ABC was not to be trusted.

You will see that the shonky article on domestic violence published on the Hack Live website played a key part in her decision. Here’s some information about what was wrong with the Hack Live statistics.

Bettina's Latest Blog Posts

Our feral media attacks Cassie Jaye

Our feral media attacks Cassie Jaye

What is going on in this country?  I’ve spent the last few days looking after Cassie Jaye, the filmmaker who produced the wonderful documentary on men’s issues – The Red Pill. Australia became the first country in the world to ban the movie last October. We then saw a series...more»

Hosting Karen Straughan's Q&A tomorrow on Mark Latham's Facebook page.

Hosting Karen Straughan's Q&A tomorrow on Mark Latham's Facebook page.

What a week! It’s been amazing having Karen Straughan stay with me prior to the international men’s conference ICMI next weekend. Karen is the best known female activist working for men’s rights. She has more than 160,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel and her 2011 vlog on "Feminism and the Disposable Male" video has...more»

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»