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Reproductive Slavery

Reproduction is a human right. And by a human right, we mean a women’s right. JTO tells us how “a woman’s body, a woman’s choice” is seen as a declaration of women’s freedoms, yet is also a demand for men’s enslavement because its full wording is really “a woman’s body, a woman’s choice, a man’s responsibility”. Pay up, sucker. [Illustration by Typhonblue]

The Radical Feminist Deconstruction of Men

Over the years, feminism has portrayed itself as a political moment that is working toward the goal of equality between men and women.  But this is just its public relations angle.  When you study feminist history for the last hundred years, you discover a trend not towards equality but towards inequality: putting down men and …

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Interview with Peter Wright on traditional vs. feminist gynocentrisms (and other topics)

◙VM: Hey Peter, thanks for agreeing to the interview. ◙VM: You are well known, as far as I can see, within the MRM for your advocacy against gynocentrism. You point out the aspects of society and the cultures of the world, historically and in the present day, that enable and promote gynocentrism in one way …

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The Feminist Race to Gender Superiority

The headline this morning said, “North Carolina girl wrestler dominates boys to become first ever female state champion.”  She was praised not just for winning the championship, but mainly for winning it against boys.  Girls are winning acclaim by beating boys, and this encourages them to compete with men later on.  Perhaps soon there will …

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A response to: “Marriage Isn’t A Product Of The Patriarchy, It’s A Guard Against It”

A well written and thought-provoking article by S. G. Cheah has recently been published on the site Evie, which I would like to respond to. Many people who have bought into the feminist notions about matrimony like to argue against marriage by saying that it’s “just a piece of paper.” But if you were to follow …

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