Where AFCs or average frustrated chumps learn new tricks to hit on women. Get laid, write a report, then post it to a closed Facebook group for like-minded men around the world to see. She wants to leave, and has made it clear she isn't interested in sex — but Nick has other ideas. Similarly in Jeff Allen, who was also associated with Real Social Dynamics, had his visa cancelled by then Immigration Minister Peter Dutton who labelled his seminars as "repugnant". Ms Inman Grant said that too showed a serious disregard for women's privacy. In another case, a screenshot of a woman's Tinder profile was posted alongside an advertisement for her photography business, complete with an email address and contact number. Images and videos sometimes suggest women don't know they're being filmed. The tactics can be seen being put into practice in "infield" videos produced by members of the community. The terminology is simple: According to him, she eventually agreed to have sex. But some posts seen by the ABC chronicle the use of tactics that border on aggressive and manipulative, if not criminal. In one post, a Brisbane man boasted of harassing a woman in the US, after a fellow group member posted a screenshot of her rejecting his advances via text, along with her username on dating site Plenty of Fish [PoF]. The same group hosts several other graphic posts made by Australian men, and the angle of the images and videos in some posts suggest the women are unaware of the camera's presence. When one explicit video was taken down from Facebook, Nick began sharing it privately. Afterwards, he says, the woman was upset and withdrawn, leaving without saying a word. Evita March, who has studied online behaviour and mate selection as a psychology professor at Federation University in Victoria said the behaviour was disconcerting. The account shines a disturbing light on attitudes towards consent , and has sparked a warning from Australia's eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant.