Four levels of knowing

Originally posted on A Voice for Men on September 7, 2011 by Dr. F (Ian Williams) and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author. Some years back when my graduating film had just wrapped up with it’s shooting I walked out of my house utterly dazed. It had been a grueling ten day shoot which…

A letter to my son never born

Originally posted on A Voice for Men: and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author January 21, 2013 By  Dr. F (Ian Williams) Dear son, Happy 18th birthday. Thank you for opening this letter to you not before this day as was my request written on the envelope. I know that you are doing well, and…

Making The ABC Accountable

As we recently covered both here & here, ABC News Australia, to their shame, published an article last month that was little more than a mindless parroting of false feminist factoids on Domestic Violence, based on nothing but some outrageous claims from Domestic Violence NSW Director, Tracy Howe. Here at Men’s Rights Sydney we feel…

The right to be left alone

By Geoffrey James People on the Internet spend a lot of time talking about rights. Reading some of the more active social media sites can set your head swimming with discussions about women’s rights, gay rights, digital rights, privacy rights and whole other host of uses and abuses of the term “rights”. Me, I’ll settle…

Domestic Violence Woozles in Australia

By Beverley Armitage In order to tackle any problem, as far as possible we need to know the extent of, and the reasons for, it. While it is true that statistics about domestic violence are difficult to obtain, there is data available. The 2012 ABS survey reports domestic violence levels at about 7% of the population and that 2/3…

No, I Will Not Molest Your Kids

By :Geoffrey James My uncle Sid turned 80 the other day. He’s a pretty tough old guy, so it didn’t surprise me that he made it such a good age (though I think it surprised him). Naturally, a celebration was in order, so his wife Betty organised a birthday bash for their extended family. Betty is…

Let’s Find Danielle d’Entremont’s Attacker

On Wednesday March 26 2014, Danielle d’Entremont, a feminist activist who openly opposed the Queens University Men’s Issues Awareness Society (MIAS), was allegedly attacked by a man, whom she claims knew her by name, after leaving her apartment late that night. The alleged assault, which apparently left Ms. d’Entremont, 23, with a chipped tooth and bruised face, took place a few days…