The Red Pill, a documentary by filmmaker Cassie Jaye, will open in both New York and LA in October and I need your help to attend and document these events. CLICK HERE To Donate Using PayPal
Please watch the above appeal for funds in which I explain this campaign. In the past I have used FundAnything for these campaigns but it seems that the site will be down indefinitely. I will get a Go Fund Me site going shortly, but the NYC premiere is in two weeks so please help get this started. The Premieres are:
New York City Sunday October 9, 2016
Los Angeles Friday October 14, 2016
Karen explains the power of neoteny and it's role in feminism, gynocentrism, and our culture indifference to the suffering of men and boys. Karen's original ideas and clearly articulated arguments are so compelling that this lecture is destined to be a classic. The Q&A session is available here. I did not have access to the slides until after publishing the lecture, but Karen has generously provided them for your enjoyment:
In Episode 43 of The Fiamengo File, professor Fiamengo analyzes the Mandi Gray Rape Case in which graduate student Mandi Gray invited Mustafa Ururyar for drinks followed by "hot sex" and later charged him with rape.
Ururyar was convicted in this controversial case in which he claims that Gray charged him with rape because she was angry that he wanted to terminate the relationship.
The case was largely a conflicting he-said, she-said account of the event and Judge Marvin Zuker appeared to be biased against the defendant, as explained by Barabar Kay.
As many of you know, I attended the International Conference On Men's Issues in London, UK, in July (ICMI16) funded through the generosity of my supporters, and viewers on YouTube. My mandate was to document the essence of the event outside of lecture hall, capture any potential protests (there were none), and interview as many of the speakers as I could. The lectures themselves were recorded exclusively by Mike Buchanan from Justice 4 Men & Boys and A Voice for Men, who co-sponsored the event.
I have uploaded 16 interviews so far, one every Monday, and today's interview features Paul Apreda, the National Manager of the charity FNF Both Parents Matter Cymru which provides practical and emotional support to parents with child contact problems in Wales and undertakes research on men's issues.