12/18/2014 Jonathan Taylor

Interview by Studio Brule at KSU Male Students in Peril conference (video)

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Steve Brule is an amazing independent videographer who catapulted onto the scene when he captured footage of the insane feminist protest of the 2012 talk on boys’ education crisis featuring Dr. Warren Farrell. He is known for both the high quality of his work and the explosive energy of the footage he captures, often with impeccable (if not uncanny) timing.

He has documented many events of the Men’s Movement since then, and the recent November conference at Kennesaw State University – hosted by the student group KSU Men – was one of them. Below you will see my interview with Steve Brule prior to the conference:

Below is also his interview with Dr. Janice Fiamengo, another speaker at the KSU conference whose earlier talk at Ottawa University was shut down – again, due to the fanatical intolerance of Feminist protesters.

There will doubtless be other video interviews released in the near future, since there were two more speakers at the conference that Steve Brule interviewed. Enjoy!

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Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.
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Jonathan Taylor Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.

Comments (4)

  1. Allan Kirk

    Steve Brule’s footage and the interview of Janice Fiamengo are absolutely first rate! The footage captures the feeling, the unreasoning hatred of the protesters while the Fiamengo interview is one of the most cogent, calm and fair-minded I have heard. Every sentence is meticulously crafted as befits an English Prof. but far more important is the reasoning behind it: uncompromising yet full of compassion. If you care about truth, don’t miss these clips!

     
    • Indeed, she is quite awesome. She also has a very humble bearing about her, which is sharply apparent when you see how how those who protested her have acted.

       
    • I have not, but I have read numerous books on brain differences and the implications for teaching. I’ll take a look. I also need to do more on autism on this website, so your recommendation very pertinent.

      Thank you, I’ll definitely take a look!

       

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