Blacktown Council Promotes Sex Discrimination

Blacktown in Sydney’s west is an area known for its cultural diversity, its council is made up from a culturally diverse group of people. Blacktown councillors are made up of eleven men and four women, I am sure feminists will point to this over representation by men and voice their accusations of a patriarchal society…

Mick Carroll, that’s not protecting, it’s child rape enabling

Written by Andrew Richards. The views expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of Men’s Rights Sydney So Im going to respond to Mick Caroll’s editorial on Tim Simona, entitled “You’re not victims, you’re deadbeat dads” I will get to the article and its attitudes in time, I became aware of this sorry excuse for an…

An Open Letter To Cassie Jaye

Written by Andrew Richards. The views expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of Men’s Rights Sydney Dear Ms Jaye, I initially sent the following letter as a private letter to you through your facebook page. However after receiving a less than encouraging response regarding when – or even if – you would read it, from…

Letter to David Morrison

By Adrian Smyth David Morrison A.O. Chairman, Diversity Council Australia. Dear Sir, I refer to the article published in “The Australian” on Wednesday 11 Nov 2015 and the web site published by the diversity council of Australia. I also enclose an article published in “The Australian” on 14 Nov 2015. Your concern for victims of…

White Ribbon Australia fraud exposed

Originally posted on A Voice for Men: and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author on November 23, 2014 By Paul Elam Imagine the image of a woman, cowering in the corner, shivering, blood running from her nose, as a man, possibly just a faceless silhouette of a man, looms over her with a…

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…

The Branding Problem…

So, I’ve been thinking again…   Lately, the great Feminist comeback to criticism of Feminism has been going through a renaissance, courtesy of #Womenagainstfeminism.  It runs like this:  “X complaint isn’t really about Feminism,read a dictionary.”.  I really had to restrain myself to keep this as neutral sounding as I’ve seen it (all of twice),…

The easy way versus the “right” way…

I’ve been pondering something of late.  In the wake of the positive and balanced coverage of Women Against Feminism (along with the usual negativity anyone critical of Feminism receives), I’ve been feeling a little vindicated, both personally and politically.  For some time now, I’ve been viewing the “heavy hitters” of the MHRA world, and noticing…

The most offensive posters ever

This is going to be a very short update. The  Stop Violence Against Everyone posters are as inoffensive as it is possible to be. They literally say that violence against everyone should be stopped, not just violence against women but including violence against women. By tearing down these posters these people are opposing the statement that reducing…