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Surviving her son’s false rape ordeal

Are more women falsely accusing men of rape or simply being caught out making these allegations? Maybe we are now just seeing more journalists reporting these cases instead of pretending they never happen. Whatever the reason I’m now finding myself posting comments on a steady stream of such cases, including some, like Sara Jane Parkinson

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Another #MeToo case crashes and burns

There was recently good news of the non-guilty verdict in actor John Jarratt’s #MeToo case. This followed successful defamation action by another actor, Geoffrey Rush, whose career had also been derailed by a #MeToo accusation. Both men are actors who had been around for years but happened to be hitting a peak in their careers

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Clash with virtue-signalling radio announcer

Last week I wrote a newspaper article criticizing the government for appointing a female National Suicide Officer. I pointed out that there would be an outcry if a man was appointed head of a leading domestic violence prevention organisation. This is just the latest move by a government determined to deny the fact that suicide

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False Allegations Crush Music Teacher’s Career

We are fast reaching the point where men won’t dare work with children. The vigilantism and community hysteria surrounding sexual abuse accusations combined with our anti-male culture means all men are vulnerable to false accusations which can end their careers. Over the decades I’ve been writing about these issues I have talked to so many

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Snowflakes and crocodile tears

Well, miracles do happen. I was very nervous about agreeing to an interview on SBS about deplatforming at universities. The last time I was interviewed by SBS, last year for a programme on sexism, the whole shoot ended up on the cutting floor because my comments didn’t fit their feminist narrative about Australia being an

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Whitewashing the truth of why men kill themselves.

Imagine the outcry if a man was appointed head of a leading domestic violence prevention organisation? So how come the federal government has just proudly announced a woman, Christine Morgan, as National Suicide Prevention Officer? This is just the latest move by a government determined to deny the fact that suicide is overwhelmingly a male

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Peter Lloyd exposes feminist madness

I have a fun video for you – my interview with UK journalist Peter Lloyd, author of the 2015 book, Stand By Your Manhood, which did a great job pulling together all the evidence about what was happening to men in our society and presenting it in a most entertaining manner. Peter was prompted to

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Disciplinary action against Bettina’s Sydney University protester

Great news. The University of Sydney has announced disciplinary action against the main organiser of the violent protest against me last year. After years of tolerating thuggish behaviour from students shutting down free speech on campus, the lily-livered University has finally bit the bullet and sent a warning that such harassment is unacceptable. Last September

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Mark Latham fights feminism and identity politics

Finally I have produced a new video where you will see me complete with my arm in a sling, in recovery mode following my cycling accident. A real battered woman! The video was filmed in the NSW Parliament House where I interviewed Mark Latham following his recent election as a member of the Legislative Council.

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Sexual consent courses spell trouble for men

My new video warns about new sexual consent courses teaching girls to cry rape – ‘regret sex’ is now sexual assault and consent can be withdrawn after the event. This dangerous rubbish is setting young men up for real trouble. Why are we teaching young women to cry rape? In many countries, including Australia, feminists

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