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 for greater spin and
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 website: Women are everywhere now.
What a week! I’ve been very busy with all the excitement of Jordan Peterson’s visit to Australia. If you haven’t come across this wonderful man, take a look at my blog some weeks ago about his Cathy Newman interview, which has now been viewed 8 million times. I was MC for his first talk in
One of the most worrying things of the male bashing going on in our society is the tilting of basic legal protections in favour of women and against men. I’ve just made a YouTube video talking to a very brave lawyer who has been speaking out about this anti-male shift in our laws for many
Men are my passion, as I told the Liberal Democrat conference last weekend, explaining why I am now working full-time to try to get men’s issues on to the public agenda. Here’s my speech if you’d like to listen to it. I talked a lot about #MeToo which I see as simply the latest salvo
How exciting! I am delighted to have been invited to be the MC for Jordan Peterson’s talk in Melbourne in March. That’s a real thrill for me because I have been following his work for a long time. If you don’t know anything about him, a good place to start is to look at a
Having spent of the summer break making a video with Greg Andresen from http://www.oneinthree.com.au/ about the latest domestic violence statistic, we also worked to alert all the media to what was happening. Shockingly not a single newspaper or other media source was interested, apart from the story I wrote for The Herald Sun. It’s a
Well, what about that sea of pink at the cricket last Saturday? So many men in pink showing their support for breast cancer. What a wonderful display of men’s natural chivalry and kindness. But also a brilliant virtue-signalling effort destined to win brownie points from their female companions. Too cynical? Well, perhaps. Obviously it is