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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 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.

The Campaign

Join our protest over Perth counsellor Rob Tiller who was forced out of his job with Relationships Australia WA for posting on his private Facebook page an article on domestic violence written by Bettina and discussing it with his professional men’s network. This government-funded organisation informed this experienced counsellor he had to ‘resign or be fired’ for telling the truth about domestic violence instead of conforming to their feminist framework which minimizes women’s role in family violence. Bettina urges you to help her crowd-funder and protest campaign to support Rob Tiller.

See Bettina’s new video talking to Rob about The Campaign. Also see her second video talking to Rob about some of the excellent work he does in counselling, helping couples improve their relationships and supporting men. You can also find out more about Rob on his website. For people who live outside Perth he’s available for private counselling via skype and telephone. He also runs regular workshops for couples and for men, as well as private and public organisations.

Bettina’s exciting 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.

Her interview with Milo Yiannopoulos was a highlight of her first year of making videos. But her more recent video chat with the great Jordan Peterson was even more thrilling. See the full video.

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.

Finally here is her latest video which urges you to sign her petition about Mission Australia’s biased, misleading homeless campaign. You can sign her petition here.

Bettina's Latest Blog Posts

Shame on Mission Australia

Shame on Mission Australia

Recently Australia spoke out against Lifeline’s decision to include the anti-male feminist crusader Clementine Ford in a domestic violence forum. Nearly 15,000 signed a protest petition and the event was cancelled. Now we are taking on Mission Australia for their new homeless campaign which features a frightened woman and...more»

Adelaide University's Star Chamber

Adelaide University's Star Chamber

Finally I have been able to tell the story of an Adelaide University PhD student who was investigated by a university committee after being accused of sexual assault by another student. We have just posted my YouTube interview with the young man describing his ordeal. Here's the article I wrote...more»

Ball tamper regularly!

Ball tamper regularly!

I've had fun this week making a video about the great ball tampering scandal. For those of you overseas who don’t know what this is all about, Australia has been transfixed over the few weeks because our national cricket team was caught out trying to rough up the ball which allows...more»

Virtue-signalling men letting women into Men's Sheds

Virtue-signalling men letting women into Men's Sheds

I had a lot of fun recently talking to people in Men's Sheds for a new YouTube video about the pressure some sheds are under to allow women members. The result was some very amusing conversations. I summed up the whole experience in this short article, published on The Australian's...more»