MHRM calling the world



Hello everyone. I just wanted to give you a brief update on some significant events and to make an appeal to all MHRAs internationally. In a few hours I am boarding a plane for New York to tape a segment of ABC News 20/20. Word has it that the episode should air within a couple of weeks. Also, and about the same time, a very lengthy feature article on the MHRM and AVFM will be in Newsweek Magazine and their online publication The Daily Beast.

What this means is that over the next few weeks that tens of millions of people who have never been exposed to AVFM or the MHRM will hear about us. We are making preparations for that behind the scenes as I write this.

More relevant to the title of this post is that in September I will be going to San Francisco to start filming on the documentary about AVFM and the MHRM, another potentially massive source of exposure for us.

In my recent communications with the movie’s director, the idea was brought up of including MHRAs from across the globe via skype or other video platform, so that more of the voices that comprise our movement can be heard. The idea was an instant “no-brainer.” Of course we need more than just Americans and a few Canadians.

I cannot urge you strongly enough to participate. Whether you are from Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, other parts of Europe (yeah, Kimski, YOU, LOL) India, South Korea, Japan, Ecuador or other points on the globe, this is your chance to be a part of something historic and vitally important to this movement.

We suggest that you have skype (an HD camera is nice but not necessary) and a willingness to tell your story, anonymously if you prefer, to let people know the whys and whens and hows on your red pill journey.

If you have always wanted to see the MHRM gain a lot more traction, you can now not only watch it happen, you can play a vital role in making it happen.

Shoot me (figuratively, Futrelle, figuratively) an email to and let us know you want to join us and I will make sure it goes directly to the production company. Be sure to tell me where you are from!

This is clearly an international movement and this documentary will not be complete unless it reflects the stories of those involved from across all international lines.


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