I’m pleased to announce that one of Britain’s foremost anti-feminist controversialists, Swayne O’Pie, is resuming an activity he’s been doing for some years, namely giving lectures and talks about feminism, and taking part in debates about it. From one of his promotional leaflets:
Gender politics affects all our lives much more deeply than we realise… People need to hang a question mark over Feminism and ask whether this once necessary movement still has any validity in modern Britain. Feminism now informs all areas of social, legal, health, family and education policy, and adversely affects the lives of men and boys, whilst preferencing Feminists themselves, and advancing their agenda… Swayne O’Pie isn’t attacking women, nor is he misogynistic or sexist. He wants to encourage men and women with integrity to debate the most powerful ideological and political grouping in Britain since the 1960s. An honest debate is long overdue.
Swayne is willing to talk to, and debate with, university groups (Men’s groups, Women’s groups, political societies, Conservative Associations…), feminists, school and college students, trade unionists… and any audience with an active or potential interest in feminism in the modern era.
Swayne was formerly a socialist. In 2011 his deeply insightful book Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism was published. It’s available outside the UK as a paperback and in a Kindle edition with the title Exposing Feminism: The Thirty Years’ War Against Men. It’s available to buy at http://exposingfeminism.com and it’s a steal at £9.95 inc p&p. Earlier posts in this blog will direct you to free downloads of substantial extracts from the book.
While I’m personally willing to talk to interested groups about feminism, I’d sooner gnaw off both my hands without the benefit of anaesthetic than talk to groups of militant feminists. I find these women – and, heaven help me, their male collaborators – to be dour, angry, and unable to sustain a rational argument in a calm adult manner. They invariably and quickly resort to shaming tactics and spouting ‘facts’ (which are all variously conspiracy theories, fantasies, lies, delusions or myths) showing the alleged oppression of women by men – the dreaded ‘patriarchy’. But Swayne is different to me, being more than willing to address feminist groups, hence his nickname, ‘The Feminists’ Nemesis’. He particularly enjoyed an event at Ruskin College, Oxford, at which the whole of the Women’s Group was confronted. That must have been an invigorating evening.
Swayne’s available to give lectures, talks, engage in debates, and the like. He’s based in Bath but is willing to travel considerable distances for appropriate events. If you should have an interest in Swayne attending an event, then please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.