Video capture of the conference is covered by the organizers at Justice for Men And Boys, run by the inspiring and tireless Mike Buchanan, so I will not be covering any of the main conference, but my strength is really in capturing protests as I have at other events.
If there are any protests, which I expect there will be given that Milo Yiannopoulos will be speaking and he has been a lightning rod lately, I will do my best to approach the protesters and capture their perspective in their own words, which are often more damning than those of their critics. And this is perhaps my greatest offering, the capture of the protests and protesters.
I will also do as many interviews of the presenters as possible, as I did at ICMI 2014 in Detroit, where I interviewed Warren Farrell, Erin Pizzey, Senator Anne Cools, Anil Kumar, and Terence Popp. And for those supporters who donate $25 or more, I will pose your question to the presenter of your choice, provided that I am able to secure an interview with that presenter, otherwise I WILL put your question to another presenter.
Anyone contributing $125 or more will receive a free copy of Janice Fiamengo's upcoming book “Sons Of Feminism” when it is available.
If you contribute $600 or more and you are in London or can come to Kingston Ontario, I will record an episode of your own creation, up to 15 minutes in length, along the style of The Fiamengo File. Simply write the script and gather any legal inserts that you wish, indicating where in the video they are to be inserted.
In the past I have been able to capture protesters in action, and often my footage has revealed as much about those who oppose equality, justice and freedom, as do the lectures themselves. For example the footage that I captured at the recent Male Students in Peril Conference in Georgia was extremely useful in telling the story of the persecution of Sage Gerard at Kennesaw State University.