Author Archive | Bettina

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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 the topic: Candice Jackson, […]

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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 example of peddling of fake […]

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Why are our cash-strapped universities scaring off overseas students?

Universities across Australia are preparing for a flood of sexual assault victims to come forward following the release this week of the Human Rights Commission’s survey into sexual assault on Australian university campuses. They boast of spending millions on a 24-hour national hot line, sexual assault counsellors and compulsory sexual consent courses for staff and students. […]

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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 of screenings closed down due […]

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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 physically abused by their […]

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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 the various factions are at […]

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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 long been promoting my book, […]

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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; the beat-up over sexual harassment; […]

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Time for men’s issues to be on the agenda

When are Australian men going to wake up and realise they are being done like a dinner? It’s been a grim month for men in this country. I wrote recently about the documentary movie The Red Pill, produced by feminist filmmaker Cassie Jaye who set out to critically examine men’s issues but ended up swayed […]

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