In The Media

The media recognition for the issues facing men is slowly growing. Everything we do is a ripple on the pond which will eventually create waves. Here are some places you will find Relating To Men in the media and speaking presentations and this will be growing again soon.

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The 3rd International Conference on Men’s Issues was held on the Gold Coast, Australia in June, 2017.

It was a fabulous turn out of both speakers and attendees and all from a wide variety of people who care about men’s issues. I was interviewed by Sean Best of Gentleman United regarding the conference.

You can check the interview out here 



The media fail of the decade came in October this year when feminist activists triedscreen-shot-2016-11-03-at-9-33-07-am to get the screening of The Red Pill cancelled. Not only did everyone step up to the plate to make it happen, but the media went crazy trying to give it bad press and yet ended up giving it so much attention it was a raging success.

I managed to get this call into Triple J when it was being discussed on Hack  How a feminist petition to stop a movie became an ‘own goal’




Throw Buddah On The BarbieListen to this interview with Warrick & Jay of “Throw Buddha On The Barbie” podcast.

The boys very bravely went to the back of the freezer to thaw out some real meat on gender politics in 2016.  Check it out by clicking on the image or follow THIS link or download from iTunes




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A rare but welcomed opportunity for the story of two men, victims of severe abuse and violence, to be aired on A Current Affair. Watch as Jasmin is interviewed along with Phil Hunt & Simon Lanham who bravely shared their stories.



ABC’s Open Drum – End Violence Against Everyone

Despite the current awareness of domestic violence there are still enormous barriers to men reporting and speaking out.  Often when men go to the Police they are still told to man up Screen Shot 2015-10-19 at 9.14.58 amand take it. They are sometimes told, “If it’s that bad leave”, which of course often means leaving their children behind. Frequently, they are blamed for having started it, which is something that we no longer attribute to women or even question them about.




Dads On The Air Radio Interview – Suicide Prevention In AustraliaScreen Shot 2015-10-19 at 9.09.34 am

Jasmin reports from the front line that the overwhelming majority of the men she helps daily are those battling Family Court matters. The issues confronting them seem overwhelming but when they speak out they are treated with disdain both by the Government agencies and the women’s groups so well-funded by the government.


Domestic Violence Symposium – Toronto

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A presentation to the Domestic Violence Symposium on Domestic Violence about Men’s experience of domestic violence and the subsequent impacts of not having assistance available to men.

Jasmin also speaks candidly about her own experiences of violence at the hands of women.



Screen Shot 2015-10-20 at 10.37.06 amFrom The Heart ~ Part 1 

A two part short interview with Jasmin, talking about where she finds the passion and heart for the work she does, and the most pressing issues currently Relating To Men

From the Heart ~ Part 2 

Part 2 of this series of heart felt interviews with Jasmin Newman talking more in depth about men in our society, their justified anger, what we need to do for research as well as her views on her White Ribbon in Australia and Feminism and what is ahead for the advocacy work in Men’s Rights.


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A radio interview with Erin Pizzey & Dean Esmay about when I first opened my eyes to the plight of men, how I got to be ‘here’ doing the work that I’m so passionate about.