Our friends at MRA London are steadily busy. This report includes one members interview with James Williams of Men’s Matters Radio and some commentary from AVFM Editor at Large Erin Pizzey, also a member of MRA London,
Andy Man of MRA London has dropped by to say hello and to introduce readers to a woman named Kelly Jones. Kelly has something to say about men. You may or may not like it, depending on how much you like the truth.
MRA London’s Andy Man returns with an essay featuring a shockingly truthful poem that should be read by every boy and everyone who loves them, and a short film he created that was inspired by same. Must-see.
Aaradhna has a message for a man who might wander into the bed of another woman. She will go Lorena Bobbitt on you. It’s good for a laugh, till you consider what a psychopathic scumbag that really shows her to be.
The men’s movement is full of wounded men. We understand that. And we understand why. We hope to offer some healing. But we must move ahead, for our cause and for our sons.
A young man experiences the educational system in Great Britain. The experiences left him with questions for older men, and indeed for all of us. Posted here with thanks to MRALondon.org.
MRAs from the group MRA London staged a protest on November 12, 2012 at the Pankhurst Statue next to the House of Parliament in London. It was the first protest of its kind.
The suffragettes were champions for the right to vote and indeed for the civil rights of all women, weren’t they? Well, only if you are clueless about their violent and elitist history.
Karate is a sport which focuses not only on discipline of the body, but of the mind and the will. Sadly, even the implied wisdom in that type of pursuit does not overrule the violent impulses of men to protect women at all costs. Andy Man explains why, and how it stole a piece of his childhood.
A view of the current state of affairs in the sphere of DV. While men suffer violence at rates of parity with female victims, services and support are thin to nonexistent