‘Privileged feminists STUNNED by empirical evidence.’ TV discussion between Mike Buchanan and feminists – 490,000+ views.

We’ve had a considerable number of interviews on radio and television since we launched the party in February 2013, and 100+ of them are on our YouTube channel. From the outset we’ve moderated comments on all our blogs, to stop feminists wasting our time, and that of our supporters. Our blogs, other than this one:

Campaign for Merit in Business
Anti-Feminism League (dormant)
The Alternative Sexism Project
Men Shouldn’t Marry

The only downside to comment moderation is that people sometimes have to wait a while for their comments to be published, so it doesn’t encourage lively debate. So we’re grateful to a number of people for featuring our interviews without moderating comments, thereby stimulating debate and views.

Perhaps foremost among them at the moment is Captain Nemo. Our thanks to Chloe for emailing us to say that a number of our videos on his channel have had 60,000+ views, and one has had 200,000+, one of my London Live interviews, in the course of which an entertaining female student (on Skype) said it was important that more young women enter the field of engineering… while she herself was studying fashion journalism. Enjoy.

I’ve just looked again over Captain Nemo’s video library, and spotted that one piece has attracted 240,000+ views, my interview with Frances Finn on Nottingham TV – Feminist Lies Shattered by Men’s Rights Activist. [Update 1.4.16: The piece has now attracted 490,000+ views.]

My thanks to Captain Nemo for all his hard work.

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • William Gruff

    That one can study fashion ‘journalism’ at ‘uni’ suggests that our education system is in urgent need of reconstruction. We’re in big trouble if a degree is really required to ask pointless questions of the pampered and self-revering prima donnas in the fashion ‘industry’.

  • I’ve watched the Finn interview a few times now and it gets worse every time I see it. She begins with the line that some people on social media have described you as a “woman hater”. One has to wonder whether she introduces every single guest with reference to random insults she’s found about them by twitter trolls?

    Anyhow, noting that Finn outs herself as a feminists in the interview I decided to Google her name. I’d seen her on Notts TV pieces before, though I discovered she works for a certain other broadcaster, namely the BBC. Worse still, one of her BBC gigs is as a BBC Radio Nottingham presenter!

    We’re slowly amassing a long list of feminists who work at BBC Nottingham (or BBC East Midlands), all of whom have either smeared and attacked Mike or subjected him to the most blatantly biased broadcast format ever seen in the history of the BBC.

    I’ve delved into the traffic stats of those two videos in more detail and there’s actually more good news. While the views of videos sometimes get stuck after a while, this hasn’t happened yet with either video and both still have decent and steady traffic growth of up to 1,000 views or so per day. If this continues and everyone keeps on on sharing the video, you could hit 200K views within 2-3 weeks. That’s the magic figure because beyond there, more people will have seen that video than tune into Notts TV all week!

  • Mike, you do well in this interview with a hostile host.

    The interview reveals some of the problems in getting a message across. Feminists often just sling in a word like ‘equality’ and use it to mean whatever they want, and aren’t asked to explain themselves.

    To really understand an issue in the face of overwhelming feminist narrative, differences between things like Mike’s “most women are not work-centric” and Finn’s distortion of his words into “women don’t work as hard” are important. Well done, Mike, for not letting her ride over you in changing what you were saying. When it suits them, feminists will twist matters the other way, so that “on average, women in full-time employment earn less than men in full-time employment” (the ‘pay gap’) becomes “women earn less than men for the same work” (an illegal and incorrect statement).