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The Gender Pay Gap Myth - look at the hours worked in the same jobs at the same hourly wage since 1960

June 6, 2024

Senator Malcolm Roberts questioned the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) about their claims that almost every company in Australia is paying women less than men. Their data doesn't compare how much a man and a woman working the same job at the same company gets paid.

It's completely misleading and doesn't account for choices, preferences, hours worked, overtime, danger, or the fact that paying women less than men has been illegal for decades, as the WGEA admitted to me.

With 78% of the workforce at the WGEA being female, it sounds like they shouldn't be lecturing anyone in the country on gender equality while they completely fail to achieve it themselves.

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Australia - Senate Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee

Spectator Australia

Parliament votes for more fatherless children

Bettina Arndt, 26 October 2023, Spectator Australia -

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October 19 was a dark day in Australia’s social history after our Parliament voted for more fatherless children… Labor’s draconian…

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What a moment of triumph. Powerful Liberal Senator Michaela Cash was glorious to watch, fervently questioning the treacherous betrayal of fathers by Labor. She reduced the unfortunate government minister defending the Family Law bill to stuttering gibberish. He was unable to put forward one coherent argument as to why this government is removing the key protections for children’s rights to be cared for by both parents after divorce. It's worth taking a good look at her dissection of the poor man – watch here.

We rushed to produce this quick video to accompany my article in The Daily Telegraph- which was based on my blog from last week. This even made it onto Apple News which was quite a coup.

But then they sold us out. When it came a vote, the bill went through, with the Greens, Pocock and Jacqui Lambie’s group, all happily supporting Labor. And get this…. almost all the Opposition Senators abstained! Sat on the sidelines and ducked their heads. AND MICHAELA CASH ACTUALLY VOTED FOR THE BILL!

Asked why she would do that, Cash’s office came up with mumbo jumbo about the Opposition’s amendments having been rejected by the Senate. (A total furphy, considering their amendments failed to address many of the key joint-parenting sections being removed by Labor). The word is that they don’t see this as a hill to die on. They aren’t prepared to take flak for being labelled as soft on domestic violence by voting against the bill.


The Royal Gazzette - Bermuda

Gender inequality: a male perspective

By Jordan Williams, 8th grader, Bermuda, March 7, 2023

In our quest to end gender inequality against women, have we completely ignored the male side of the spectrum? If this is true, in what ways are men affected by gender inequality? Gender inequality refers to unequal treatment or perceptions of individuals based on their gender. Male gender inequality exists in several areas including education, the court of law and even in healthcare.

Discrimination against boys in education is common and heavily played down, and usually presents as discipline and grading biases against boys. An article in the February 2013 issue of The New York Times cited a study from the Journal of Human Resources that analysed 5,800 students from kindergarten through fifth grade and found that boys across all racial groups and in all major subjects received lower proficiency scores — that is the attitude to learning and quantitative grades — than their test scores would have predicted.

Jordan Williams 8th grader Bermuda- male inequality
Jordan Williams, 8th grader, Bermuda

The study’s researchers attributed this discrepancy to differences in “noncognitive skills”: attentiveness, persistence, eagerness to learn, and the ability to sit still and work independently. These are all skills girls tend to develop earlier than boys. This study revealed that teachers rated boys less proficient even when they did just as well as the girls on tests. Christopher M. Cornwell, an economist at the University of Georgia, went on to state: “If grade disparity emerges this early on, it’s not surprising that by the time these children are ready to go to college, girls will be in a better position.”

Additionally, sociologist Jayanti Owens, a professor at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, said quote: “When I compared four and five-year-old boys and girls who had the same levels of behaviour problems, including difficulty sustaining attention, regulating emotions, delaying gratification, and forming positive relationships with teachers and peers, I found that boys were less likely to learn and more likely to be held back in school. One of the big things that jumped out in the study was the fact that the same behaviour problems in boys and girls were penalised a lot more in boys than girls.”

As a student, I, too, have witnessed these discrepancies in our beloved school, where boys are readily reprimanded for speaking out of turn while talkative girls are usually excused. All this evidence further supports my point that the disciplinary and result sector are biased.

In the judicial system, discrimination against males is also evident in the court system. A 2012 article by University of Michigan law professor Sonja Starr stated, “men receive 63 per cent longer sentences on average than women do,” and “women are twice as likely to avoid incarceration if convicted”. This suggests that women receive more lenient treatment than men in court. This gender bias is also seen in custody battles involving children. In 2003, the US Census Bureau noted men lost custody of their children in 84 per cent of divorces; in 2020, that number rose to 90 per cent, showing the bias is increasing. Even when men were granted custody, the Separated Parenting Access and Resource Centre documented that only 29.9 per cent of them received child support, as opposed to the 69.1 per cent of women who receive child support. This means males are expected to pay child support, while the majority of women are not — clearly exposing gender inequality.


Get Parental Alienation Recocognized as Child Abuse and Family Violence

Amanda Sillars, Founding Director and CEO, Parental Alienation Australia Ltd t/a Eeny Meeny Miney Mo Foundation, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

We have a petition in Australia to have Parental Alienating Behaviours recognised as Child Abuse and Family Violence.

Please sign our petition.

Margot Robbie Sexually Assaulted Brad Pitt on Movie Set of Babylon

If a man did this at work, he would be fired

Reverse the genders on this article and see how it reads.



Let's explain how this gender thing works. If women want and get special priviledge for anything like car parking..... they will then complain that they got it.

Mate, let your feminine side cause you to park in the pink during your gender fluid moments... to protect women from sexual predators.

The Tyra Banks Show

Domestic Violence Against Men

Oct 19, 2009

In America, a man is a victim of domestic violence every 38 seconds.

One third of domestic violence victims in Australia ( ALL MEN ) denied services

Voice for Men News, September 15, 2014

Following last week’s launch of Our Watch – a new national initiative aimed to prevent violence against women and their children – the One in Three Campaign has released a new analysis of the latest Australian data on male victims of family violence.

Senior Researcher Greg Andresen said, “We are very glad to see violence against women being taken so seriously by the Australian Government. However we are extremely concerned that one third of victims of sexual assault and family violence are excluded by One Watch and its sister organisation ANROWS simply on the basis of their gender.”


OPRAH TV Show -1 in 6 Men are victims of Sexual Assault

200 Men on OPRAH TV Show about male survivors of sexual assault.

One third of domestic violence victims in Australia ( ALL MEN ) denied services

Voice for Men News, September 15, 2014

Following last week’s launch of Our Watch – a new national initiative aimed to prevent violence against women and their children – the One in Three Campaign has released a new analysis of the latest Australian data on male victims of family violence.

Senior Researcher Greg Andresen said, “We are very glad to see violence against women being taken so seriously by the Australian Government. However we are extremely concerned that one third of victims of sexual assault and family violence are excluded by One Watch and its sister organisation ANROWS simply on the basis of their gender.”

The analysis of the ABS Personal Safety Survey and the AIC Homicide in Australia, 2008–10, published today by One in Three, challenges the claim that the vast majority of family violence is committed by men against women and children. Using the same data sources as Fact Sheets recently released by ANROWS, the new data analysis paints a very different picture of gender and family violence in Australia.

“The statistics presented by ANROWS have been designed to over-inflate female victimisation by using lifetime experience of violence instead of current rates, while downplaying male victimisation by taking only the female perspective,” said Mr Andresen.

“75 males were killed in domestic homicide incidents between 2008-10. That’s one death every 10 days,” said Mr Andresen. “1.2 million Australian men have experienced emotional abuse by a partner, almost half a million have experienced violence by a partner and almost a third of a million have experienced violence by a girlfriend/boyfriend or date. Where are the services for these men and boys?”

The vast majority of domestic violence services in Australia are closed to males. There are no shelters for men and their children, no safe rooms or legal support at courthouses, no community education and prevention programmes, no support groups, no perpetrator programs for women or health service screening tools for men.

One in Three is calling upon the Australian Government to comply with its international human rights obligations and provide programs and services for male, as well as female victims of family violence. Read More...

Jordan B Peterson Interviewing and Discussing With Dr. Warren Farrell - The Boy Crisis, The Importance of Fathers in Children's Lives and Gender Equality History

Fascinating coversation and interview with two amazing people, great minds, Dr. Jordan B Peterson, Canadian Professor, University of Toronto, clinical psychologist and life changing mentor with American ex-NOW director and gender expert Dr. Warren Farrell, author of world class best selling books like Why Men Earn More, The Myth of Male Power and The Boy Crisis

This is 1 Hour and 35 minutes of some of the best gender history of America and the women's movement since it began by a previous NOW Board member

About 650,000 views on YouTube

308,0000 on Jordan Peterson's Youtube channel and 339,000 on Warren Farrell's Youtube channel, as of October 12, 2021

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Herald Sun 

Sydney fireman John McGirr accuses Virgin Airlines of discrimination against Men

The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, by Phil Jacob, August 11th, 2012

VIRGIN Airlines has been accused of treating men like paedophiles, after it made a man swap seats because he was seated next to two minors.

Sydney fireman John McGirr, who wrote an online blog post titled "My Virgin experience as a Paedophile", was on board a flight from Brisbane when he was seated next to two males he estimates were between 8 and 10 years old.

Just before take-off Mr McGirr was approached by a flight attendant, who asked him to move seats because the company's policy states that men cannot sit next to unaccompanied minors.

"She said it was the policy and I said, 'Well, that's pretty sexist and discriminatory. You can't just say because I'm a man I can't sit there,' and she just apologised and said that was the policy," Mr McGirr wrote in a blog online.


Mother to repay wrong man's child support

The Daily Telegraph, by Shelley Hadfield, October 08, 2011

A MOTHER has been ordered to repay child support to a man she claimed was her son's father after he discovered he cannot conceive.

For nine years the man believed the child was his after what he says was a "one-night stand". He told a court he believed the mother manipulated the situation.

The woman was ordered to repay the $3,730 he paid.

Minister for the Status of Women stated to the House of Representatives on 25 May 2011: 'Surveys undertaken a few years ago by VicHealth found that 46 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement that "women going through custody battles often make up claims of domestic violence to improve their case". Forty-six per cent of respondents agreed with this.'

Sydney Morning Herald Poll - 2 out of 3 people believe that father protestor's action was justified in trying to get help for his children - Parental Alienation

On May 13, 2011, just after 5am,  Michael Fox, a father, parked a hired truck near a pylon on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and climbed to the top of the arches.

The 38-year-old ex-military father protester unveiled two banners, reading "Kids First" and "Plz Help My Kids" at the top of the bridge. He claimed to the media that his children were victims of parental alienation.

Just before 7am, he abseiled down to the road below, where he was met by police officers. Northbound and southbound lanes were reopened about 7.30am.

Immediately after the protest, The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper conducted a website poll asking if such a protest was justified.

5 polls on other subjects found on the website of the Sydney Morning Herald on May 14 had between 1,200 and 4,300 voters.

By the end of Saturday, May 14th, about 32,000 people had voted on the poll with 2 out of 3 people saying the father's extreme protest was justified.


Frustrated Father Protests Parental Alienation by Shutdown of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Traffic 'back to normal' as Sydney Harbour Bridge reopens after protest

Sydney Morning Herald,by Glenda Kwek, May 13, 2011 - 12:24PM

A man describing himself as ex-military has been charged following a daring protest that closed the Sydney Harbour Bridge in both directions this morning.

Father protestor on Parental Alienation - 'Get my kids and other kids help'

Major delays ... a man has been arrested after unfurling these two banners on the Harbour Bridge.

Father claims Patrental Alienation and asks for help for his kids.

Barry O'Farrell orders urgent review.
NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell launches an investigation into how security at Sydney's iconic Harbour Bridge was breached by a lone protestor Friday.

The "ex-military'" protester abseils down after staging his Harbour Bridge protest.

The "ex-military'" protester abseils down after staging his Harbour Bridge protest.

The man, identified as Michael Fox, was charged with obstructing traffic, climbing or jumping from buildings or other structures, and climbing on bridges, a police spokeswoman said.

He was refused bail to appear at Central Local Court today, she said.

The NSW Premier, Barry O'Farrell, ordered an "urgent review" of security at the bridge, calling the incident "a major security breach".

"We need to learn lessons from it," he said.

"With the threat of terrorism still very real, my government will ensure everything possible is done to protect the security of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It's the city's icon and I regard any security breaches to be very serious."

The review would look at security patrols, CCTV, physical protection barriers such as gates and fences and at criminal charges and penalties, Mr O'Farrell said in a statement. Read More …

Seeing both sides of family law

ABC, February 2, 2011, By Madonna King

The law is only one of the pillars of a system that just isn't working.

Laws, by and large, are great levellers: whether your annual salary is $1 million or $30,000, drink driving, assault, murder and a statue book of other crimes are all punishable.

In an irony evident this week, family law was shown to be very different: it's almost impossible to make one law fit all, or to prescribe the same legislative treatment to one family as the next.

And therein lies a serious problem for the Rudd Government with the release of the review into family law changes introduced in 2006.

The review and its recommendations are at least as controversial as the four-year-old law, finding that shared parenting laws had been misinterpreted, and were never meant to give a 50-50 custody split to each parent.


Safety first in family law changes

The Australian, 11 November 2010, By Chris Merritt and Patricia Karvelas

The Gillard government has unveiled radical changes to family law.

The changes would redefine domestic violence, place greater weight on child safety and could weaken the Howard government's shared parenting laws.

The changes, which are directed at cases involving abusive parents, elevate the safety of children to the top priority in custody disputes.

Whenever a court considers that this goal is in conflict with the right of a child to have a relationship with both parents, it will be required to give greater weight to child safety.

The change is contained in draft legislation released for discussion yesterday by Attorney-General Robert McClelland.


Why Australian Universities Need Male Studies Curriculum and How it Would Help Fathers and Children

MRA Position Paper - January 2011

Male Studies should be included in the curriculum of all universities in Australia.

Although Male Studies would counteract the many strange and misandric views of men and masculinity spewed by extreme feminist academia, there’s more to the idea of a Males Studies curriculum than that.

Men tend to play certain roles in society and be viewed in certain ways and those roles and ways are worth analyzing and understanding by all men and women. As worthy as Women's Studies.

Extreme feminists and female supremacists react strongly against including Male Studies at universities. Their reactions lacked any understanding of the concept or of empathy with men.

Feminist reactions to Male Studies is usually ”we don’t need Male Studies because the material is already covered in Women’s Studies,” now called Gender Studies. They also falsely claim that Australian universities are full of the study of men, so a Male Studies program would be redundant.


Really? Women bash men?

National Times, 08 March 2011

Talk about spoiling the party! Just as the 100th International Women’s Day dawns over a perfumed world Aussie professor Kim Halford has released a study on female violence.

Women wallop men just as much as men wallop women, says the prof who claims domestic violence can often be blamed on the missus getting in a pre-emptive whack first. That’s what he calls the “usual pattern”. She hits him, he hits her, now you’ve got a punch-up.

Halford  – he’s a Queensland clinical psychologist – doesn’t paint a very rosy picture of marriage. Almost a quarter of the 379 couples (22 per cent) told him there had been “at least one act of low-level violence in the year leading up to and including the wedding." (Makes you wonder why gays want to join in the nuptial free-for-all and indeed angry word-regurgitater Helen Razer sneers at the concept in a current rant ). That “low-level violence”, by the way, means slapping or shoving, rather than punching.

Interesting finding, this. In the comments to my recent blog “Do men get a rough deal?” there were all sorts of wild claims (well, they sounded wild) about men being bashed by women. I mean, men are usually bigger and stronger than women, aren’t they? Read More …

Do men get a rough deal?

National Times, January 11, 2011

Seems a bit rich these days to claim there is a ‘‘glass ceiling’’ for female jobs. Load of cobblers, isn't it? I mean, Australia has a female Prime Minister and a female Governor-General.

Has there really been discrimination over the years against mothers who work -- or against women without children?

The National Council of Women thinks so and no surprise there. I recently chatted with Victorian leader Jennie Rawther who pointed out that, among other things, women at the end of World War 1 had to give up their jobs to returning servicemen -- even though their husbands may have been killed in combat. There was no widow’s pension, nor child support.

Sounds tough but Age reader Steve Hills of Rosebud is not impressed. “There is overwhelming evidence that female health, safety and female lives were held as more valuable than men’s lives,” he says. “Men’s lives were routinely regarded as disposable. The view that women alone were discriminated against is an ignorant one.”


Men's Rights On Dr. Phil

Dr Phil TV Show - Men's Rights

September 2021

Dr Phil mixes both the mainstream men's rights advocates and a nutcase guy looking for publicity to make men look bad to create a controversial and ridiculous show to attract an audience of mainly middle aged non-working women who watch TV in the afternoons.

Advertisers love such controversial shows aimed at women who control over 80% of household spending. The more ridiclous some person on the show is, the better the ratings. Dr Phil is the upscale Jerry Springer. These shows really insult the intelligence of women.

In the show, Dr. Phil, who is no longer registered as psychologist, admits that all of his show management are females as are 90+% of his staff.

The show does have the "Martin Luther King" of the Men's Rights Movement - Warren Farrell. It also has Cassie Jay of The Red Pill documentary fame. Jerry Cox who was falsely accused of rape and kidnapping by a woman is featured. He had the ridiculous charges dropped and successfuly sued the woman.

Watch the show ..

Female Sexual Predators / Offenders

Study finds girls molest young boys

THE PRESS, NZ, By TIM HUME, July 1, 2004

Researchers into sexual abuse by girls say female sexual offending is chronically under-reported and specialised rehabilitation programmes are urgently needed.

Findings released yesterday from New Zealand's first study into adolescent female sexual offending reported a "culture of denial" about female sexual offending, which allowed adolescent female abusers to molest young, usually male, victims without repercussion.

If not rehabilitated, female abusers would most likely continue to offend and eventually pose a threat to their own children.

The survey of 400 health, mental health and related professionals identified eight young women in Christchurch currently aged between 12 and 19 who had sexually abused. It identified other female abusers older than 19, who were excluded from the results.

Lead researcher Nikki Evans, from the University of Canterbury's social work department, said there was "an enormous amount of minimisation" surrounding sexual abuse by females, which meant it was usually not reported by victims, families or health professionals.

"People find it really difficult to perceive young women engaging in sexually abusive behaviours; it goes against the idea of women as nurturers," she said.

Research showed many people, including mental health professionals, perceived female sexual offending as not abusive or harmful.

"If a young girl abuses a 12-year-old boy it's seen as an initiation and a positive thing, rather than something traumatic," Evans said.

Researcher Don Mortensen, manager of the STOP Trust, which runs rehabilitation programmes for adult, adolescent and child sexual abusers, said society had been slow to acknowledge that sexual abuse by females was equally as destructive as that perpetrated by men.

STOP commissioned the research as a feasibility study into establishing the country's first rehabilitation programme for adolescent female abusers.

In nearly all of the eight Christchurch cases, the girls' victims were well known to them. Most were siblings or foster siblings. Peers at school and other neighbourhood children they were babysitting were also abused.

"They're abusing within the context of a relationship. We know that sort of abuse is the most difficult context (for the victim)," Evans said.

Their victims were always younger, and typically male. Three abused children aged between one and five years old.

The number of victims for each girl ranged between one and five, although Evans said the true numbers may be higher due to under-reporting.

The girls' average age was now 16 but several had been pre-teens when they started abusing.

None were reported to the youth justice system or referred to specialist treatment programmes.

"That suggests their offending was not prioritised, which reflects the general view in the community," Evans said.

There was a pressing need to treat adolescent female offenders because females who had been sexually abused were more likely to become teenage mothers, she said.

Moms Who Kill

Biological Mothers Murder More of Their Own Children Than Do Biological Fathers

Australian Institute of Criminology statistics show there were 270 child homicide incidents in Australia from July 1989 to June 1999, involving 287 identified offenders and resulting in the deaths of 316 children under 15.

For example, the revised National Homicide Monitoring Program 2006-07 Annual Report states 11 homicides involved a biological mother and 5 involves a biological father.

The Western Australian figures shed light on who is likely to abuse children in families. Mothers are identified as the perpetrator of neglect and abuse in a total of 73% of verified cases.

Biological mothers account for about 35 per cent of all child murders, while biological fathers account for 29 per cent


Domestic Violence - Male Victims

BBC - The One Show on Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Video BBC The One Show on Male Victims of Domestic Violence - Woman assaulting man - Domestic Violence

BBC programme 'The One Show', in which the subject of domestic violence against men is discussed.

September, 2009

UK - not politically correct to fund shelters for men and their children who are victims of domestic violence.


Domestic Violence - Male Victims

Family Courts’ Violence Review
October 2009

The Attorney-General commissioned a review of the practices, procedures and laws that apply in the federal family law courts in the context of family violence. The Family Courts Violence Review considered whether improvements could be made to ensure that the federal family law courts provide the best possible support to families who have experienced or are at risk of violence.


Men's Rights Agency Reply to the Family Courts Violence Review

Extreme Feminists - Hate Heterosexuals

Feminist Scholars Say All Heterosexual Sex is Rape

Certain feminist "scholars", such as law professor Catharine McKinnon, equate all sexual intercourse with rape.

Of the 12 recognized categories of feminists, the "Female Supremacists" are by far the most damaging to society.

They inundate our universities with hatred of males and preach that males are inferior people.  And you wonder why males don't go to university? If you were black, would you go to a university which teaches "White Supremacy"?