Anil Kumar shares the challenges Men’s Human Rights Activists face in India and the plights unique to that country as well as problems we here at A Voice for Men recognize as nearly universal these days.
Government tax revenue around the world has become increasingly tied to funding the morally and intellectually bankrupt activities of gender ideologues. Anil Kumar suggests we have every right to question the use of our tax dollars for this purpose.
Men of India face the ordeal of losing both their wealth and sanity under a misandric legal system. The Confidare Men’s Rights Community Center at Bangalore recently conducted a seminar to help.
Acid attacks on women are common in India, or so we hear. What you don’t hear as much is how many male victims and even false accusers there are.
Again, Indian MHRAs are showing us how it is done! They are actually burning effigies of government officials and otherwise making a glorious nuisance of themselves.
Think you know what’s going on with gang-rape in India based on headlines? As Anil Kumar notes, the truth is more complex, and the sexual repression enforced by the culture often puts young couples in dangerous situations.
Anil Kumar generously shares images from the Fifth Annual Men’s Rights Conference. MhRAs in India are light years ahead of MRAs in other parts of the world when it comes to networking and making a difference!
Next weekend men’s rights activists will converge in the city of Nagpur in Central India to hold the fifth Annual Men’s Rights Meet. Over 1000 will attend and over 40,000 will be represented.
Forty percent of India’s population – millions of people – are impoverished. The nation has an epidemic of hunger, and thousands of homeless, mostly men. The government has decided to address the issue by initiating a food stamp program. The problem? They’re only giving food stamps to each household’s eldest female resident. This will leave thousands of men starving.