Samantha Allen, Tumblr feminist, has written her way into the headlines of A Voice for Men. This, gents and ladies, is what a feminist looks like.
Some emails simply must be shared.
Please do the right thing, North Dakota.
Imagine if you would that there is a market for the idea that people should have equal human rights. Imagine one company holds a monopoly, but then suddenly has an upstart competitor.
A group of 20 attorneys has issued a letter to United States Senators regarding the hysteria driven erosion of due process for young men accused of sexual assault on university campuses. Aimed directly at the Obama Administrations “Dear Colleague Letter,” it expresses serious concerns for the civil rights of the accused on campus.
It appears that some in the gaming community are not content with the mainstream line about what #gamergate is really about.
As AVFM has evolved into a much larger organization, it has become necessary to provide a more concrete and definitive statement of our mission and goals. Here they are, from Senior AVFM Staff.
Angry Harry, considered by many to be the father of the online men’s movement, has started a new series he’s called “MRA Corner” wherein he interviews Men’s Rights Activists. For his inaugural interview, he honored AVfM’s Managing Editor. We hope you enjoy it and that it gives you insight into how some of us think.
After some technical challenges we have secured the neccessary technology to bring you the rest of the conference live on Youtube, with an additional backup of the Live365 radio stream. So please click here and tune in to the rest of proceedings as they happen.
There is a Twitter feed, @icmi14 for the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2014 from which our Media Director, Janet Bloomfield, will be tweeting relevant updates. We invite listeners/viewers to tweet any serious questions they have for the speakers during their talks.