Mike Buchanan debates with Caroline Criado-Perez

It’s been a groundbreaking three days. Following the Buzzfeed News piece which was published at 8am on Wednesday – and by midnight on the same day had attracted over 146,000 ‘hits’ – we’ve had many calls from journalists in the mainstream media. Pieces have appeared – or will shortly appear – in major publications including the Independent, Telegraph, Guardian, Observer, Mirror, either their print editions or on their websites. Most have posted pieces lying about, or misrepresenting, our election manifesto, but we honestly couldn’t care less. Thousands of people have downloaded the document, and it doesn’t take them long to realize the media are lying to them about its contents, or grossly misrepresenting it.

In the past two days I’ve had three television interviews and a radio interview, and more are planned. Yesterday I was a guest – along with Caroline Criado-Perez – on This Morning, an ITV programme which regularly attracts over two million viewers (mostly women). The file is here, please leave your comments on the YouTube channel rather than here. There’s some background information under the video.

We’re working ridiculously hours coping with the mainstream media interest in J4MB – when we were already busy campaigning in our three target constituencies – and we have no doubt this week will in time be recognized as the week the mainstream media realized it had no choice but to start reporting about men’s and boys’ human rights violations. This explosion of media attention is the fruition of the work of a remarkable team of people at J4MB over the past two years – work for which none of them are paid anything – and if you’d like to demonstrate your appreciation of that effort, I invite you to make a donation here. Thank you for your support.

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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  • vadark

    Hats off to you, Mike, for doing yet another sterling interview whilst facing two bigoted feminists and an indoctrinated, shit-scared, male interviewer who daren’t be seen to be siding with your fresh, new views about a society which has been screwed over by feminist indoctrinate! You always come out on top despite being outnumbered and you’re a credit to the cause. Philip and his bullying, shaming tactic regarding divorce was cruel, uncalled for and hateful. Your response was dealt with aplomb.

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