Ava Brighton

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Ava Brighton is an anti-feminist videoblogger who released her first video on Youtube on October 1, 2019. Ava has quickly gained a following in the men's rights and anti-feminist communities. Ava lives in the United Kingdom but is originally from The Netherlands. Ava Brighton is currently developing the documentary A VOID about intimate partner violence and parental alienation.


Ava Brighton's second video is titled HOW TO DESTROY A MAN and it was published on October 11, 2019. In that video Ava talks about her experiences with Spain and the Netherlands dealing with domestic violence cases. In Spain, if a man commits domestic violence against his female spouce, she might even win his house in court. According to HOW TO DESTROY A MAN, calling one's wife a "bitch" counts as "domestic violence" in Spain, as does criticising a wife for doing a crossword puzzle, as well as farting. These do not work in reverse. An offending man will be facing a quick trial where he will be encouraged to plead guilty. She also shows small segments of two documentaries of Spain's domestic violence laws, one of which is called "False Accusations in Spain", produced by RVproduction and is still available on YouTube.

In HOW TO DESTROY A MAN, Ava Brighton also talks about her experiences with the social service systems in the Netherlands. She tells that she once got a phone call from a 13-year-old girl whose mother, an ex-partner of Ava's friend, abused the girl physically and mentally. The girl had sent recordings of her bruises and assaults to Ava, who then called Social Services. Instead of helping the abused girl, the Social Services gave Ava's full name and address to the abusing mother and told Ava that they do not care about proof, instead they go by feelings.


On November 10, 2019 Ava Brighton released a video in which she told that all of her videos up to that point had been "banned, shadowbanned or demonetised" except for the video she put the least amount of creative effort in creating. The video that was still monetised and welcomed to be shared by anyone was a recording of a school teacher saying that a quarter of the population should be castrated. Ava Brighton had translated the Spanish speech in the audio recording herself, but that's all creative work she did for that video, and yet that's the only video YouTube allowed her to make money with.

Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard

Ava Brighton has made a number of videos about the domestic violence case between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard. She released a video called How Amber Heard Johnny Depp on February 29, 2020 and then April the same year she released a series of three videos (here, here and here) titled Why Amber Heard Johnny Depp. The last video about this released so far came on November 14, 2020, after Johnny had lost the libel case. Despite numerous attempts by mainstream sources trying to paint Johnny Depp as the villain, hard evidence suggests otherwise. On Ava's How Amber Heard Johnny Depp video starting at 5:13 you can hear Amber admitting to "hitting" Johnny while denying "punching" him. An audio recording leaked to Dailymail (starting from 21 minutes and 22 seconds) also reveals Amber saying "You can please tell people that it was a fair fight, and see what the j..., see what the jury and judge thinks. Tell the world Johnny, tell them Johnny Depp, I Johnny Depp, a man, I'm, I'm a victim too of domestic violence" further followed by "And I, you know, it's a fair fight. And see how many people believe or side with you".


On January 6, 2020, a Dutch-language interview of Ava Brighton was published on the news website nieuws.nl. Her talk at ICMI20, titled "Feminist Hegemony, Borderline Personality Disorder, Abortion, Fathers' Rights", can be seen on her YouTube channel.

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