Andy Thomas muses on shifting economics, developments no one seems to have foreseen, and wonders if feminism won’t die a natural death because governments will lose the ability to control one thing: money.
Erin Pizzey, a woman who’s spent her life helping the battered, bruised, and suffering, who’s passionately devoted to the radical notion that men are human beings, is in the hospital. Please send her your prayers and wishes for speedy recovery.
Why are men going their own way? Well, according to Andy Man it’s because there is isn’t any respect given to the role of husband and father anymore, they’re simply bumbling fools and imbeciles and they certainly don’t have the same legal rights as mothers. Not to mention how male sexuality is constantly being presented as predatory by various feminist campaigns. Andy has something to say to women about the implications of all this.
Forbes Magazine contributor Peter J Reilly has mounted his trusty steed and ridden in to the fray to rescue damsel in distress, Radfem founder Cathy Brennan. And he has peppered us MHRAs with his admonishing words and righteous judgments. Andy Thomas tells him who he is defending.
We may have discovered the secret strategy to modern feminist agitprop. Get so extreme and hateful that the only way to honestly describe your actions is in violation of Godwin’s Law. Andy Thomas takes a look at the “Drag Him Away” campaign in the UK, and yes, he has to go there.
“If you heap abuse on a man, while denying him the ability to respond, then you are killing that man,” says Andy Thomas of MRA London. And rightly so. A short video and some very astute observations of all involved by Andy, and some questions at the end that need to be answered.
Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” is a book which has our name on it. After all, the Men’s Human Rights Movement is, in reality, the most radical movement ever in the history of the human species. Andy Thomas from MRA London does a book review and then some.
Radfem 2013 was cancelled. And now it may be an animal welfare issue. We are betting that Cathy Brennan kicked her cat at least a dozen times while on the phone with Aer Lingus. Fortunately, we are still betting the cat ended up in better shape than Brennan.
Remember the old 60 Minutes program where Mile Wallace or Morley Safer would just come barging into an establishment asking all sorts of inconvenient questions? Well, the practice has been resurrected by our friends across the pond at MRA London! Hooah!
From the pages of the a British publication, we are telegraphed another reminder that in most ways that count, we simply don’t exist. Not as men, as fathers, or even as taxpayers it seems. Andy Thomas offers a brief note on the latest insult delivered to men everywhere.