There are many female critics of feminism of outstanding ability on the internet. Former philosophy professor and think-tank commentator Christina Hoff Somers, for example, provides a series of critical videos, one discussing how ‘equity feminism’ (which she supports) went of the rails in the 1980s – Feminism’s biggest blindspot revealed. In Australia we have Bettina Arndt and Daisy Cousens who do their homework before posting the videos.
For me, however, the most compelling is Janice Fiamengo, a former professor in a university department of English language and literature. She resigned her well-paid position of standing in the academic world to devote her time to research what feminists think, do, and say. In her ‘Fiamengo File’, She undertakes a critical survey of what happens in the concrete world of modern feminism, rather than discuss theory. She builds a picture of delinquency and deceit in many professional areas, but focuses on the academic world, where men are a often subjected to the most appalling injustice. I will include here links to those I think most interesting about feminist power and its spiteful misuse. I head the list with the video of her 100th episode in which reviews the themes of her videos. At the top of the list will be the latest episode.