In 2018, the #MeToo campaign took the world by storm, drawing attention to women's stories of sexual abuse and misconduct. #MenToo tells the other side of the story. Collected in one volume are Bettina Arndt's articles on men's issues, rights and representation covering twenty years, with footnotes to provide updates on critical issues. Bettina proposes that #MeToo is simply the latest salvo in a long crusade by feminists to crush male sexuality. Bettina argues that most women are appalled by the #MeToo attacks where unproven allegations are being used to destroy men's careers. They are fed up with trivial issues being blown up as sexism. Here in Australia, as elsewhere, people are turning away from mainstream media seeking more balanced views elsewhere. That includes properly addressing what's happening to men. This collection of writing is meant as a celebration of all the good men who do so much to contribute to our society. Covering topics including #MeToo and the male chastity crusade, the scary grip of feminism, universities being unsafe for male students, the politics of desire, work and family life, fatherhood, the tricky world of modern dating and much more. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE #METOO CAMPAIGN FROM ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL PUBLIC INTELLECTUALS.