My daughter is an MRA, I had raised her on feminist values, I didn’t even let her father corrupt her, why is she becoming anti-feminist?

Some people position themselves at the front of social waves, some at the rear, whereas many are but sand grains on the beach. This women is one of the former group. Good on her. She’s a #WaveOfTheFuture “You “didn’t let her father corrupt her”. That sentence sums up feminism perfectly. As a woman who’s mother … Continue reading My daughter is an MRA, I had raised her on feminist values, I didn’t even let her father corrupt her, why is she becoming anti-feminist?

Personal accountability? No thank you: An unpopular perspective re: claims of drink-spiking or similar

  Here are some articles that appeared in the media from late 2021 to late 2022, with more available via google search: Woman reveals she had her drink spiked while out in Cairns (2 December 2022) Mchele babe: Woman in court for spiking man’s drink, robbing him (2 December 2022) Brazilian influencer claims she was … Continue reading Personal accountability? No thank you: An unpopular perspective re: claims of drink-spiking or similar

Acknowledging domestic violence in indigenous communities is racist. And so is failure to acknowledge it

This line has cropped up before but this latest incantation began with a discussion on the Australian TV show ‘Studio 10’. In this particular episode Ms Yumi Stynes declared a woman on the panel to be racist. Kindly refer to this article for some background. Yumi has already had her recent share of progressive infamy … Continue reading Acknowledging domestic violence in indigenous communities is racist. And so is failure to acknowledge it

Legal reform needed to protect the rights of men & boys

This post relates primarily to Australian law, but may include some references to laws in other western countries. The feminist lobby is frequently demanding more ‘protection’ under the law for women/girls. But as for similar calls or media coverage for recognition of the needs of men & boys? Well that would appear to be close … Continue reading Legal reform needed to protect the rights of men & boys

Inquiry into domestic violence with particular regard to violence against women and their children

The Inquiry (Original version) On 26 February 2020, the Senate referred an inquiry into domestic violence with particular regard to violence against women and their children to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee for report by 13 August 2020. Further detail about the scope of the inquiry is provided in the terms of reference. … Continue reading Inquiry into domestic violence with particular regard to violence against women and their children

Male victims of domestic violence – Do ‘help-lines’ actually help?

Some time ago I wrote a post about an Australian domestic violence organisation called ‘DV Connect’ and how they treated men who contacted them. I’d suggest taking a read of that now if you have the time. This other post may be of broader interest. I haven’t written anything more about the topic. Yet at … Continue reading Male victims of domestic violence – Do ‘help-lines’ actually help?

Regarding the granting of gender-specific scholarships in Australia

The other day I noted the following tweet issued by UN Women Australia: “Applications for our MBA scholarship with @Sydney_Business close this Monday 11 May. Don’t miss your chance. Apply today” (linked information) Each of these scholarships is worth over $60,000 and is “to recognise outstanding leadership, with a commitment to enhancing women’s rights and … Continue reading Regarding the granting of gender-specific scholarships in Australia

Was there a surge in domestic violence during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic the feminist lobby claimed that there had been a surge* in domestic violence. (*Note that the term ‘surge’ has been well and truly overtaken, more recently by ‘staggering increase‘ or ‘driving a spike‘, etc). This trend has manifested itself across several countries, with the UN Women agency being … Continue reading Was there a surge in domestic violence during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Coronavirus: Women most affected

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic the mainstream media followed what is by now a well-established script. That script is one involving playing down or ignoring the negative impacts of an issue or situation on men, whilst focusing on the perceived negative impacts on women. It also involves playing up the positive contribution of … Continue reading Coronavirus: Women most affected

Public events & domestic violence myth

Feminists claim a bogus strong link between televised football and/or major sports events such as the U.S Superbowl to sudden (alleged) surges in the incidence of domestic violence. A broader treatment of this topic was previously provided in another of my blog posts entitled ‘Fudging the figures to support the feminist narrative‘. Given however that … Continue reading Public events & domestic violence myth