Mike Buchanan’s appearance on ‘The Jeremy Vine Show’

Mike Buchanan appeared on Jeremy Vine’s show on BBC Radio 2 this lunchtime, debating with Laura Bates of The Everyday Sexism Project. The programme regularly attracts 6 – 7 million listeners.

The discussion (and ensuing comments from listeners etc.) lasts from 34:45 – 1:00:30 from the link below. We’ll be putting the piece on Mike’s YouTube site shortly.


Mike tells us he’s had a constant stream of highly supportive phone calls and texts (from men and women) since the piece was broadcast. Less than an hour afterwards he’d been booked to speak on two other BBC radio shows in the next 24 hours, as well as a major commercial radio station tomorrow lunchtime. We’ll post the audio files on Mike’s YouTube site as soon as we can.

Hits on all three blogs have gone through the roof :

Justice for Men and Boys http://j4mb.wordpress.com

Anti-Feminism League http://c4mb.wordpress.com

Campaign for Merit in Business https://fightingfeminism.wordpress.com


About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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4 Responses to Mike Buchanan’s appearance on ‘The Jeremy Vine Show’

  1. wtfwtf13 says:

    Mike, there’s still a long,long way to go. The extent of brainwashing is astounding !

    • Indeed. I once encountered a member of The Flat Earth Society, on a train journey which proved WAY too long. He claimed that photographs of the planet Earth from the space programme were fabrications by NASA. I presented numerous arguments to demonstrate his belief system had no basis in reality, and he batted them all away – to his own satisfaction, at least. Debating with Laura was a bit like that. I’ve never met anyone so committed to the narrative of ‘women as victims of sexism’ before. I’m no psychologist, but I wonder if she’s had some damaging experience(s) to explain why she’s as angry as she is, why she does what she does, and I hope she gets some help, and finds happiness one day. I genuinely do.

  2. wtfwtf13 says:

    @Mike Buchanan ; Hi! I am ‘Bewildered’ from AVFM .Congratulations sir! Keep going ahead full steam. Seeing rats scurrying for cover is one of the greatest pleasures one can experience in life.
    The truth always prevails in the end.

    • Hi Bewildered, nice to hear from you, and thanks for the comment. It’s notable that the ‘elder stateswomen’ of the movement are nowhere to be seen in such debates, isn’t it? I keep offering to debate with Harriet Harman MP and other prominent milifems when talking to TV and radio show producers, but no success so far. So it’s left to young milifems such as Laura Bates to try and defend some truly ridiculous positions that they didn’t originate themselves. It’s painful watching them trying to do so, because their arguments are based on conspiracy theories, fantasies, lies, delusions or myths. By contrast, there are solid evidence bases behind our assertions, e.g. the negative impact of increasing female representation on boards, on corporate financial performance:


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