FACT-CHECKING SOME OF THE DUBIOUS CLAIMS MADE BY LAURA BATES IN HER BOOK MEN WHO HATE WOMEN
Chartered Clinical Psychologist Martin Segar considers Laura Bates' dubious claims about toxic masculinity in her book Men Who Hate Women.
Considering the credibility of Laura Bates' claim to have infiltrated and spent a significant amount of time interacting with and learning about the Incel Community.
William Collins, author of the Empathy Gap, considers the credibility of Laura Bates' calculation that schoolboys have a 0.0002% chance of experiencing a false abuse allegation .
Fact-Checking Laura Bates' unlikely claim that she 'infiltrated' a Men's Rights event with the two women who organised Messages for Men 2018.
Talking to Erin Pizzey about Laura Bates' false claim that her website was used to fraudulently acquire public donations intended for a domestic abuse charity.
Talking to Paul Elam about various claims Laura Bates makes about him in her book Men Who Hate Women, including the allegation that he fraudulently acquired public donations intended for a domestic abuse charity.
Considering Laura Bates' account of #GamerGate with one of her Cambridge peers who witnessed it in real time while working in the computer game industry.
Considering the credibility of feminist claims clearly intended to smear the five times democratically elected Member of Parliament for Shipley.
Dr Warren Farrell responds to some of the claims Laura Bates has made about him in her book Men Who Hates Women, including the suggestion that he is the ground zero for manosphere misogyny.
Considering career feminist Laura Bates' claim that Men's Rights Activists do nothing to help men because they are far too busy slagging off women.
Considering Laura Bates's troubling warnings about an underworld of online misogyny and loosely connected but growing network of extreme misogynists and domestic terrorists.