If the future of men’s rights is in peril it’s nothing compared to the future of society as a whole, and the last decade of traumas in the financial sector may just be a taste of what’s to come.
The subject of DV seems to be heating up in Australia of late, and the fix is in: domestic violence is not gendered — except when it is, which is most of the time. David King dissects feminist journalist Jane Gilmore’s latest contribution.
Lance Ulanoff of tech magazine Mashable calls on Twitter to implement automated anti-troll measures but, despite his long history in tech journalism, does he really understand what he’s asking for? Analysis by David King.
Certain interests would have you believe that the source of abuse on social media is a distinctively masculine phenomenon and, coincidentally, think that “something must be done” about it. Think-tank Demos says otherwise.
David King replies to a feminist’s complaint about being banned.
Candace Owens has first-hand experience of cyberbullying and harassment both and, recently, thought of a way to combat it. When she went public with it, it nearly “broke the Internet” and brought about the least likely of bedfellows. David King gives a précis of events to date, and challenges Ms Owens to face up to the shortcomings of her brainchild.
Brontë Schmit’s view of Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Dangerous Faggot” tour of the US may not be all that it seems. Or else, sometimes a cigar’s just a cigar.
Part two of David King’s series on that most challenging of topics — abortion.
Paul Elam recently published the first of a series of videos on that most challenging of topics — abortion. David King offers an alternative take in the first of four articles, ultimately to come to a rather different conclusion than Paul.
The mysterious case of the post that went missing after a feminist replied to it, made all the more mysterious considering the venue — a conservative British newspaper with what (used to be) a good reputation.
David King schools a social justice warrior on the nature of bigotry
Feminists are discovering what censorship is like — and by their own hand, at that. Gosh, turns out not to be so much fun, doesn’t it, ladies? Perhaps it’s time for feminists to try a new tack: dialogue. Might be scary, but might be worth a chance. David King comments on a Woman’s Hour interview with feminists Jane Fae and Caroline Criado-Perez conducted by Jenni Murray.