There has been a recent rash lately of feminists going public to talk about how they are working on men’s issues and have been all along. And of course they still maintain the tired old canard that dismantling a patriarchy that does not exist is the answer. Get real, says Dr. Greg Canning.
Tired of the public narrative surrounding Domestic violence, Greg Canning urges all of us to join Bettina Arndt and the many other men and boys advocates by adding our voices.
Australia’s national broadcaster is about to have a live public discussion about family violence. Will it be the same predictable rubbish? Greg Canning is about to find out.
International Men’s Day has come and gone, but Dr. Greg Canning has a report on some things that were done right in Australia in honor of that event, including a brief speech he gave to his city council.
Feminist Cassie Watter came to the attention of AVfM in October 2013 via her male-hating, gender-profiling, and association with the violence-promoting ideologues at the James Cook University School of Social Work. Unknown to us at that time was Watter’s history of involvement in family court proceedings.
Australian website Online Opinion recently published a piece by Caitlin Roper, a victim blogger and coordinator of feminist group Collective Shout. As one might expect from an author with that resume, Roper’s article reherses the usual anti-male canards.
Fascistic ideologues at the National Union of Students at the Sydney University are offended at the idea that men may be human, and seek to destroy any literature or discussion which advances that point of view. Dr. Greg Canning reports.
Victorian Police Commissioner Ken Lay gave an emotive and hyperbolic speech, titled “Breaking the pattern of family violence is everyone’s responsibility” in which he dramatised and exaggerated violence against women while refusing to properly acknowledge male victims. Greg Canning brings us the story.
Natasha Stott Despoja is an Australian advocate concerned with intimate partner violence. Well, as long as male victims and female perpetrators are not part of the picture. Greg Canning issues an open letter to Stott Despoja, inquiring as to her motives for a strictly gendered view of a non gendered problem.