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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.

Read all about her unique online dating service which includes writing lively, funny profiles and providing support and strategies designed to help singles make this new world work for them.

Milo Down Under

Watch Bettina’s interview with Milo Yiannopoulos for news about their Aussie Campus Free Speech tour.

A fairer world for men and boys

Bettina has long been advocating for men’s issues – trying to achieve real equality for both men and women. She’s making video blogs about what’s going wrong in the lives of men. See her talk to the International Conference on Men’s Issues (ICMI 2017) to find out why this is such a big deal for Bettina.

Then there’s her video on Sex Starved Husbands and her chat with Karen Straughan about How Feminism Screwed Sex.

She’s been talking about the Monstrous Lies about Domestic Violence, The Politics of Cleavage, Why Women lose the Dating Game, and the Sexual Harassment Witch Hunt.

Plenty more on the drawing board. Watch this space.

Bettina's Latest Blog Posts

A memorable week with Milo

A memorable week with Milo

It's been an exciting week with Milo Yiannopolous in town. If you’d just been listening to the ABC or reading some of our mainstream media you will probably be convinced the man is the devil incarnate. I’ve had people contact me this week who are shocked I am associating myself with...more»

Milo is no paederast apologist.

Milo is no paederast apologist.

Exciting week for me... I'm about to interview Milo Yiannopoulos for a YouTube video. He's an intriguing man. If you haven't caught up with his antics, here's a piece I wrote about him recently: Go Milo! The dangerous faggot is coming to town and exposing in its full glory the bias...more»

Sexual consent - yes, no, maybe

Sexual consent - yes, no, maybe

Sexual consent courses should teach 'don't get raped' as well as 'don't rape'. That's my conclusion from studying the online courses which have been introduced into our universities following the fake rape crisis news over the last few months. Here's an article I just had published in the Weekend Australian on...more»

Great news - no rape crisis on our campuses

Great news - no rape crisis on our campuses

Now a very welcome post-script to my recent blog about the rape crisis on campus. Yesterday I wrote about the release of the Human Rights Commission survey which is being totally misrepresented by the ABC and most of our other media sources. The reporting of this story is a shocking...more»