Author Archives: Mike Buchanan

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.

Emma Watson refused to get out of bed after people called her a bad feminist

Enjoy. Extracts: Watson also took on other hot social justice topics, including the contentious gender pay gap, claiming that “no one is being paid equally”… The actress – who gave the interview as part of a press campaign for the … Continue reading

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Mike Buchanan’s retrial for his MGM protest – Isleworth Crown Court, 3 March

Early in January I attended Isleworth Crown Court for my retrial on the charge of obstructing the traffic (for a total 49 seconds, across two points in time) during the second of two anti-MGM protests (the one in Parliament Square) … Continue reading

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Female social worker, 29, falsely accused of indecently assaulting girl, 9, when she was herself 14, claims she was reported by woman ‘jealous of her upbringing’

Our thanks to Nick for this. Women making false sexual offence allegations is #11 in Janet Bloomfield’s piece, 13 reasons women lie about being raped, but of course the victims – whose identities are revealed to the world, along with … Continue reading

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What feminist marchers think we see… and what we actually see.

Our thanks to Male Lives Matter for this. If you place the curser over the image, about halfway up on either side, you’ll be able to access further images. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or … Continue reading

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Laura Bates: No feminist expects a man to pay the bill on a date

Our thanks to Martin for pointing us to the latest piece by Special Snowflake in the International Business Times. She nominates herself for a Gormless Feminist of the Month award for this alone: Feminists would much rather equal workplace rights … Continue reading

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Philip Davies MP determined to block ‘women-only’ Bills

An interesting piece in Philip Davies’s local paper, the Telegraph & Argus. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to make a difference. Thanks.

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Woman declines second date, then gets a bill for the first one

This gem in today’s Times made my day. Sadly the hero of the piece is unnamed, but we raise a glass to him. Three questions trouble me, however: how is it possible for two people to spend £85 in a … Continue reading

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Paul T Horgan: Calling Diane Abbott fat and ugly is not sexist

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BBC ‘The Big Questions’, 22 January. Is the system still stacked against women? Does prison work?

Our thanks to E for editing this (video, 40:56), just published on our YouTube channel. We’ve included a brief commentary below the video, pointing to key sections. Belinda Brown, an important contributor to The Conservative Woman website, makes some sterling … Continue reading

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Do men really have all the power? Paul Elam on the men’s movement.

An illustration of what can happen when an informed MRA speaks to a non-hostile inteviewer (audio, 39:07). If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – or even better, £1 monthly – we could change the world. Click here to … Continue reading

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