At 9pm tonight BBC3 will broadcast the latest in their relentlessly anti-male series on gender issues. Part of the programme will be taken up by a number of London-based MRAs speaking at Hyde Park corner. My thanks to Francis for pointing me to the Radio Times preview of the piece – here – which gives a taste of what we can expect. It starts:
In the second film of the series, Reggie Yates is exploring the men’s rights movement, which this lady reviewer struggles to sympathise with – as does, fortunately, a baffled Yates.
I met the producer and director of the piece some time before filming took place, and they attended a meeting of MGTOWs in London, at which I spoke. It was a condition of attending the meeting, that they did not carry out any video or audio recording. They told me I’d be interviewed by Reggie Yates, but it never happened. Maybe the BBC thought it would be difficult to edit a 1:1 interview into anti-male propaganda. In the same vein, BBC3 didn’t broadcast anything from my 30-minute-long interview with Tyger Drew-Honey.
We’ve assembled quite a list of BBC anti-male pieces, and a selection can be found on our list of Key Posts.