The jarringly negative treatment of men in the media and how the tremendous efforts of men have allowed women to become dissociated from the realities of the world of work.
• Women journalists
• The BBC’s campaign against men — from “Women’s Hour” to “Bring Your Husband to Heel”
• What if it was a women’s world?
• F4J and the incredible restraint of men in the face of oppression
• “Institutional sexism” — what this really means
• The extreme talent, ability and work ethic of men compared with women
On women’s ideas of what skills are important in the workplace and examples of man-bashing in the media. Women’s ‘special awards’ for being women.
• How government sees women
• Women’s troubles
• Man-bashing and misandry on TV, in newspapers and elsewhere
• How would women get on without men?
• Women on the ascendancy at work
• Misandry is not only sanctioned by government, but perpetrated by it
• Portrayal of evil men on our screens
• The special Olympics for women
• Should men and women compete against each other?
Misandry – Rape
Looks into the phenomenon of rape and its perpetrators — men and women. Focuses on false allegations of rape and the consequences of allowing anonymity for women accusers but not for the men accused.
• The Women-in-constant-danger paradigm
• Date rape, drug rape and drunk rape
• Women’s fascination with rape and abuse
• Is it true that 95% of women have been sexually abused?
• The Home Office British crime survey and inflated rape statistics
• Why would a woman lie about rape?
• Spousal rape
• What rape is not
• The rape of men
• Female rapists and double standards
• Personality disorder and rape
• How risky is it for a man to be alone with a woman in a lift?