Monday, July 24, 2017

Introducing Bettina Arndt, A New Contributor at Studio Brulé

Bettina Arndt is one of Australia's first sex therapists and is the editor of Forum magazine, and she has agreed to become a contributor at Studio Brulé. 
Tune in to our livestream on Tuesday July 25, 2017 at 7 PM EST (11 PM UTC) to meet Bettina and join our discussion about her work on the effects of sexless marriage on men (see video below). Be sure to put your questions in the comments and I will do my best to bring them Bettina's attention. 

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Movie Review: Martyrs of Marriage

The Dowry laws of India are being used by angry, gold-digging wives to extort money from their husbands and extended families. These laws have resulted in the arrest of grandmothers, grandfathers, and toddlers alike, who are then subjected to extortion by their tormentor, who promises to withdraw the charges if sufficient money is paid. Many of the targeted husbands are driven to suicide when they face the hopeless tangle of laws and excessive demands of their wives.

Indian filmmaker Deepika Bhardwaj takes a hard, and damning look at the corruption within the legal system -- lawyers often take a cut of the settlement and coach the complainant on how to maximize her "winnings" -- and presents bone-chilling actual footage of the heartless, vindictive behavior of the women who abuse the law for money. The website MartyrsOfMarriage introduces the film as an examination of section 498A of the Indian Penal Code:
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Monday, January 30, 2017

Inquiry Into Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Will Be Expanded To Include Men And Boys

The Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) has announced that the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will be expanded to include the missing and murdered indigenous men and boys. The number of missing men and boys is estimated to be two or three times larger than the number of missing women and girls.

CAFE played a leading role in building the coalition calling for the inclusion of men and boys in the inquiry and hosted an event featuring Chief Ernie Crey, from Cheam First Nation, in Ottawa on December 7, 2016 to discuss the missing and murdered indigenous people. 

CAFE released a statement to the media, reproduced in full here: