More about the ‘moderation’ of comments at ‘The Conversation’

Long-time readers of this blog would be aware on my concerns in relation to the pro-feminist bias and censorship of dissenting views that routinely occurs at an Australian current affairs web site called ‘The Conversation’. I’ve had many of my comments removed and am on final warning prior to being banned from the site. On 1 … Continue reading More about the ‘moderation’ of comments at ‘The Conversation’

Readers at ‘The Conversation’ call for an end to feminist bias and censorship (domestic violence)

I made mention of an Australian web site called The Conversation in an earlier post. The Conversation features articles that range from politics and general current affairs to more esoteric matters, with a marked predisposition towards the tastes and values of left-leaning progressive liberals. Most readers comments seem to be penned by sycophantic members of the ‘chardonnay set’ … Continue reading Readers at ‘The Conversation’ call for an end to feminist bias and censorship (domestic violence)

Some observations regarding online information concerning filicide

I was browsing Twitter the other evening and noted a reference to a UK article entitled ‘Violent fathers given access to children even after 50 deaths‘. The Twitter thread to which I subsequently responded can be found here. I queried whether (in the UK) more children were killed by their mother or father, and I … Continue reading Some observations regarding online information concerning filicide

Len & The Lamprey: The other side to the issue of financial abuse

I have been thinking of writing a post on this issue for some time, but was finally spurred into action after reading an article entitled ‘The financial abuse that affects 2 million Australian women‘, by Bianca Hartge-Hazelman. Bianca is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Financy, a finance publication for women. Bianca informs us that: “Research indicates … Continue reading Len & The Lamprey: The other side to the issue of financial abuse

Gender reversal: This article on employee injury/death would have taken a different line were the victims female

The article I want to discuss in this post is ‘If you don’t have a beer you’re not a man’ – rural workplaces made more dangerous by drugs and alcohol, by feminist academic Julaine Allan. The author begins by pointing out the high levels of death/injury that occur in the farming, forestry and mining sectors. … Continue reading Gender reversal: This article on employee injury/death would have taken a different line were the victims female

A useful portrayal of victims of domestic violence … from an unlikely source

The focus of this post is an article entitled ‘There is nowhere for us to go’: Domestic violence happens to men too, by feminist journo Ginger Gorman. I have seen Ginger’s work before and was somewhat taken aback to see what appeared to be an item sympathetic to men. Ginger’s article began with a detailed personal … Continue reading A useful portrayal of victims of domestic violence … from an unlikely source

The top 16 posts in this blog in 2015

The following blog posts have been ranked in order of decreasing popularity based on visitor numbers for the period Jan-Dec 2015: 1 – Table of Contents 2 – The ‘Marriage Strike’ and MGTOW (this post has consistently been the most-read post in my blog since it was first created) 3 – How men are portrayed … Haw … Continue reading The top 16 posts in this blog in 2015

Regarding online harassment

The internet has provided a haven for those inclined to strike out at people in anonymity and usually without fear of repercussion. The purpose of this blog post is not to propose solutions to this problem, but rather to take a step back and call for an objective, measured and truthful discussion of the relevant … Continue reading Regarding online harassment

Australian minor political parties and their views on feminism & men’s rights

In another post in this blog I mention the fact that there are scarcely any individual politicians in Australia, let alone political parties, that are prepared to move out of lockstep with the feminist lobby. Also in another blog post I briefly discuss the position of the major parties on feminism and men’s rights, in the context … Continue reading Australian minor political parties and their views on feminism & men’s rights

Two awareness campaigns. Only one can be criticised. Cowed by feminism?

Many among the media, and the political and bureaucratic elite seem to get quite a hard-on about awareness campaigns. Indeed, some have suggested that such campaigns are a favoured device of the prevailing leftist/feminist hegemony. This despite the fact that the effectiveness of such campaigns is often difficult to assess. Or perhaps it’s because of … Continue reading Two awareness campaigns. Only one can be criticised. Cowed by feminism?