Erin Pizzey opened the world's first domestic violence refuge for women, exactly 50 years ago. Looking back, her story is one of two halfs. The first is one of admiration, love, compassion and praise, and the other is one of vilification, fear, ostracization and violence. It was Erin's brave advocacy for abused men that separated the two. She refused to see domestic violence as a gendered crime, as her experience both personally and within the refuge taught her that men were equally affected by domestic abuse as women were. It was at this point that the admiration stopped. And Erin was put in the firing line of public condemnation, outrage, harassment and ultimately, bomb threats. But she's still here, 50 years on, with the same ideas, the same bravery and the same story. So let's share it. ~ Buy Erin's book here Music: Art of Silence by Uniq And follow us on Instagram @thetinmen
The Corrine Barraclough Show | Episode 7, Erin Pizzey
The Good Sauce
Corrine interviews Erin Pizzie and Jodie Myintoo, reviews developments in a previous episode story and reads a heart breaking letter from an alinated grandma supporting her responsible son.Erin Pizzie is an English family care activist and novelist who featured in The Red Pill.Jodie Myintoo is a counsellor specialising in family law, grief and trauma. She's currently in lockdown in Melbourne and will share insights on how to stay sane and protect your mental health.If you want a deeper understanding of the issues than is usually offered by the mainstream media, you want The Good Sauce.To make sure you never miss a single Good Sauce video, subscribe to this YouTube channel and click the bell icon (or you won't get notifications).The Good Sauce is fan-funded through monthly and one-time donations. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a donation: https://GoodSauce.news/support/Do you find the quality of "news" frequently frustrating? Does the "reporting" of political news rarely seem balanced? Sincere discussions on policy ideas is vital to having a healthy democracy. No matter who you normally vote for, we need to be able to consider and understand other perspectives, if only to better refute them.New videos every day.•••••Sign up for our newsletter with the best of The Good Sauce delivered to your inbox once a month: https://GoodSauce.news/subscribe/•••••• Follow The Good Sauce on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoodSauceNews• Follow The Good Sauce on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodSauceNews• Follow The Good Sauce on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/GoodSauceNews•••••LISTEN to The Good Sauce on podcast with Apple, Spotify, Google, SoundCloud or PlayerFM.
Revelations with Erin Pizzey: Paulette MacDonald and LW4SP
A Voice for Men
Join us as we discuss true Shared Parenting with Paulette MacDonald of Leading Women for Shared Parenting (lw4sp.org). Erin, who is also a member of this group, will undoubtedly have a lot to say on the subject as well! Please be sure to listen in, and feel free to call in if you have any questions or want to share your experiences!
Revelations with Erin Pizzey: Nadine O'Connor of Fathers 4 Justice
A Voice for Men
Join us this week as Erin, along with special guest co-host James Williams of Men's Matters Radio, interviews Nadine O'Connor about the controversial group "Fathers 4 Justice." Expect a heck of a ride as they discuss family court abuse, child abduction, and more!
Revelations with Erin Pizzey: Professor Murray Straus
A Voice for Men
This week our special guest is Professor Murray Straus, a pioneering researcher on the subjects of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and child abuse. Straus is possibly the most influential researcher on this issue in the academic world, with a career going back to the 1950s. He serves as Professor of Sociology and founder and Co-Director of the Family Research Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire, a position he has held since 1968. Call in with your questions or just listen to this amazing man's career and findings and the many, many studies he has been a part of crafting.
Revelations with Erin Pizzey: Karen Straughan (Girl Writes What)
A Voice for Men
Join us this week as we discuss feminism--its past, its present, and its future--with an early pioneer in the women's movement of the 1970s (Erin Pizzey herself) and the well-known feminist critic Karen Straughan, aka Girl Writes What. Expect some fascinating discussions, and feel free to call in with your own questions and comments!
This week on Revelations we will feature fathers & famlies expert Robert Whiston of the Platform for Europen Fathers ( http://europeanfathers.wordpress.com/ ) and Men's Aid UK ( http://www.mensaid.co.uk/ )., including a recent conference held under the auspices of the European Union's Parliament, recent anti-father legislation coming out of the Cameron government in the UK, the negative impact of the work of Anna Freud (whom Erin knew personally) and other issues that relate to the devastation of the family caused by the lack of fathers. Please join us!
Revelations with Erin Pizzey: Geoffrey James and Boys' Education
A Voice for Men
Our guest today is known as Geoffrey James but is also known to many of our listeners as “Solaris.” Solaris is an Australian writer and well known member of the Men Going Their Own Way community. He runs NiceGuy’s forum and web site, one of the oldest and most respected MGTOW web sites in the world. Solaris is also a vocational trainer in Australia and works with teenage males and young men. Solaris will be joining Erin and I to examine the attitudes and experiences of young men and to discuss how they differ from previous generations. We will be keen to receive calls and invite anyone with a view or questions to call in to the show. Show opening and closing music by Kevin McLeod. Show starts today at 4:00pm London time, 11:00am Eastern US time. We hope you can join us!
Wendy Robbins presents a series revisiting the childhood neighbourhoods of influential Britons. Campaigner, author and founder of the women's refuge movement, Erin Pizzey, explores her troubled childhood in post-war Dorset.