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The Fiamengo Files

Filed under: Gender Politics — JohnPotter @ 5:02 pm Fri 4th September 2015

I’ve just had my attention drawn to a remarkable series of videos which MENZ readers will find interesting. This woman gets it.

Janice Fiamengo is an outspoken critic of academic feminism, censorship and gender bias. She is an ardent supporter of freedom of speech, and now identifies as an anti-feminist.

She is an English professor at the University of Ottawa, and this series captures her thoughts on contemporary culture, and the destructive influence of feminism.

She says: “Feminist victim ideology is an illness of the mind”.

The videos should play automatically after the trailer.


EDIT: I’ve added the first three below.

The Fiamengo File – Why I Am An Anti-Feminist:

The Fiamengo File – Roosh V:

Votes For Women – The Fiamengo File:


  1. I’ve been through the trailer twice, but it’s not linking to any other video.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 5th September 2015 @ 4:10 pm

  2. … but where it says “The Fiamengo File Trailer” in the top left corner is a link that goes to the You Tube videos.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 5th September 2015 @ 4:14 pm

  3. Thanks for posting this John, it’s history in the making.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 5th September 2015 @ 4:25 pm

  4. Here’s a link to her Youtube channel-

    Comment by ManAlive — Sat 5th September 2015 @ 6:02 pm

  5. What an amazing woman. ALL she has to say is so true. The amount of men that have been unjustly ripped from their families because of this issue is alarming and I am one of them that it happened to, but by the Grace of God I managed to overcome this evil.

    Comment by Byron — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 9:32 am

  6. A great series of talks. “where will it all end” she asks: This depends if men are going to oppose feminism and its injustices, or continue to let themselves be abused,marginalised and excluded. It is probably too hard for men to expose the institutionalised discrimination which is all around them, because their mothers, partners and lovers are the smiling ambassadors of this system,claiming to love them and nurture them, which they do,when it suits them. When it doesn’t suit anymore, then the reality is unmasked, and the machinery of the feminist state takes care of asset stripping and disempowering their erstwhile love objects.

    Comment by Joseph — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 11:25 am

  7. ‘where will it all end’ she asks: This depends if men are going to oppose feminism

    It’s possible that men simply aren’t hardwired to confront women because generally women don’t pose a threat and would normally be supportive of a man’s attempts at creativity or to be successful.

    It is only in the ‘civilized’ city situation that Feminism can exist, and the end game is a ‘Failure of Rome scenario’.

    So, it is not men that make the difference but women – and is has often been said before, that it is only women that will end Feminism.

    Comment by Downunder — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 3:07 pm

  8. Oh for the good old days, where the man could just wander away (and leave any dysfunctional part(s) of the family to be eaten by amoeba or lions)………. maybe those days aren’t completely gone?

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 3:16 pm

  9. You’re obviously not referring to the dysfunctional part @MurrayBacon

    Comment by Downunder — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 3:50 pm

  10. This is not the first time a women has stood up and stated the obvious, and I am not going to condemn it, but the defence of men isn’t any resolution.

    Leadership of women will only come about when women confront other women with the facts – you have to take responsibility for your selfishness and failure – look what we’ve done, look at our contribution to the ‘success’ of the Western World.

    That would be leadership.

    Comment by Downunder — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 4:02 pm

  11. I take my dysfunctions with me (whether I like it or not), alas. If I sit and worry about them too long, again, then the lion may get fed.

    Ah, I stand corrected, the other dysfunctional parts…..

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 4:02 pm

  12. After listening to Janice Fiamenco in Canada I’ve noted the frequent neo- feminist objections to her free speech.
    Outspoken Us and UK men’s rights speakers also claim to have similar experience of severe objection both in person and online.

    Here at there is comparatively little opposition to our views – we don’t frequently find ourselves challenging viewpoints accusing us of hate speech or rape apologist.

    I’m interested to hear views of others on why this might be.

    Is it that we are unknown or irrelevant. ,?
    Is it because NZ feminists are more polite or less threatened than in other countries. ?

    Amy Adams insinuates NZ men are “BADDEST” in the world.

    Where is the debate ?

    Comment by Voices back from the bush. — Sun 6th September 2015 @ 8:45 pm

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