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.

Manchester bomb victims – RIP Philip Tron (32), Liam Curry (19), Martyn Hett, Marcin Klis (42), John Atkinson (26), as well as the 17 female victims

At the start of the Channel 4 programme May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10 which started half an hour ago – it will finish at 10:00 – Jeremy Corbyn was asked a terrorism-related question. Within seconds he … Continue reading

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Neo-Marxism and Post Modernism ‘creep’ gets called out by Dr Jordan Peterson at Harvard

Jordan Peterson is a psychology professor at the University of Toronto. He’s an important commentator on free speech, feminism, Neo-Marxism, and so much more. His website is here. Our thanks to Ray and others for this. Posted five days ago, … Continue reading

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Rod Liddle: This is the worst Tory campaign ever

A piece in the current edition of The Spectator. Why did Theresa May choose 8 June as polling day? Because she knew I’d be at the conference in Australia that day and for several days afterwards, what other possible explanation could there … Continue reading

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Quentin Letts calls Theresa May a ‘glumbucket’

Enjoy (video, 1:17). Mrs May adopts a facial expression not unlike that of Kezia Dugdale, leader of the Scottish Labia party, to which we linked a day or two ago. If everyone who read this gave us just £1 – … Continue reading

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Graham Mills is raising £50,000 to create a fairer legal precedent for maintenance payments

Our proposals on divorce and divorce settlements are on pp.57-60 of our 2015 general election manifesto. Three months ago we posted a piece, Maria Mills, 51, is a parasite. An extract: Senior judges at the Court of Appeal in London … Continue reading

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HoneyBadgerRadio Live: Talking About the Red Pill with Feminist Brittany Simon – Fireside Chat 60

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Cammelia Cheshire: “My mum and brother both ended their lives after he was falsely accused of rape.”

Our thanks to John for this. He writes: Mike, At least three papers covered an interview with Jay Cheshire’s sister yesterday. Obviously an incredibly important case and unsurprisingly she contemplated suicide too. One has to wonder how many other families … Continue reading

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Fighting feminism: Let’s get practical

The speech I’ll be giving at the Australian conference in 13 days’ time will be titled, ‘Let’s Get Visible: Beyond Keyboard Activism’. It will be the last speech of the conference. I’ve been giving it a lot of thought in … Continue reading

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General election: Conservatives outline domestic violence plans. Denial of the existence of male victims continues as usual.

Our thanks to Jeff for this piece on the BBC. He writes: Perhaps with the new commission the Conservatives are proposing, Mike, they will identify that men are also victims in a significant number of cases of DV and should … Continue reading

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Karen Straughan to speak on ‘Why Marriage is Too Risky for Men’ – Sydney Institute, 7 JUne

Karen is speaking on Wednesday June 7 at The Sydney Institute on ‘Why Marriage is Too Risky for Men’. The event starts at 5.30 pm, Level 40, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney. You are welcome to attend – … Continue reading

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