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 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.

Sydney University truth blitz about the rape scare campaign

Here’s the flyer Bettina circulated to 2000 Sydney University students on February 27th – giving them the truth about the rape crisis scare campaign.
Click here for Sydney University flyer.
Click here to watch Bettina’s video at Sydney University.

Campus Tour

Support Bettina’s Campus Tour to expose the fake rape crisis on our campuses. Please contribute to her crowd-funder to cover the costs of the tour.
Next stop in Bettina’s campus tour is UWA 7th March.

Support Bettina’s work for men

You can provide support for Bettina’s videos through Patreon and Paypal. Click here for the Donate page.


Available from all good Australian bookshops and some newsagents. It would be great if you asked your local shop to order some copies in.

Or else you can order copies online from Wilkinson Publishing.

You can also order via booktopia.com.au or world-wide from bookdepository.com

E-Books at Amazon AU store – https://amzn.to/2GlSb6a, or your local Amazon store.

Bettina’s YouTube videos

Bettina’s videos highlight what’s going wrong in the lives of men. See her recent talk about why she chose to fight feminism. And another very popular older video featuring her talk to the Happiness Conference about why women go off sex.

One of the first videos she made was about the politics of cleavage which has been a huge hit.

Many people also enjoyed her long conversation with Jordan Peterson.

Bettina is currently involved in a campus tour, drawing attention to the fake rape crisis. She’s made a series of videos about what’s happened here. First a summary video reporting on events so far and then her call for action to be taken against key protesters at Sydney University. Here’s her important video asking why Australian universities are investigating rape cases.

Most recent video here – Campus truth blitz about the rape scare campaign

You can also support Bettina’s work by liking and spreading the word about her videos, subscribe to her channel, and perhaps offer financial support. 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.

Bettina's Latest Blog Posts

Write to university governing boards

Write to university governing boards

I’m tackling serious stuff in my YouTube video this week – another young man tossed out of his college following a rape allegation. This one happened a few years ago at the University of Western Australia. You will see from my interview with the male student in question – I’ve called him ‘Nathan’...more»

The Politics of Bonking

The Politics of Bonking

I’ve made a new video - about The Politics of Bonking. It’s all a bit of fun but also raises some serious issues about how feminism is distorting research into the most intimate aspects of our lives. To explain a little more. We’re living through an era of what Germaine Greer called “veritable...more»

Sydney University Truth Blitz

Sydney University Truth Blitz

Wow, what a day! We pulled off an amazing raid at Sydney University yesterday, using student from other universities to put under student doors at most colleges a very detailed flyer warning male students about the dangerous consequences of the rape crisis scare campaign- namely the establishment of an alternative ‘believe-the-victim’ justice system based...more»

Next Stop in Campus Tour – UWA March 7

Next Stop in Campus Tour – UWA March 7

I’ve finally managed to get my talk organised at UWA after endless frustration. It’s worrying that none of the student groups at UWA were prepared to host my talk. It just shows the power of the feminist groups on campus who have succeeded in intimidating other students – with the...more»