Diana Davison has seen the light thanks to radfem logic. And she is a very, very naughty girl.
As the men’s movement grows, we are seeing the emergence of talent reflecting more and more brilliance and creativity. It must be torture to feminists and traditionalists to see this happen. It has happened again, fairly recently. Gents and ladies, we give you Spetsnaz.
Can any man here fundamentally disagree with a word of this? At all? We don’t think so.
We have for some time suspected that a member of the hate group known as Sexual Assault Voices of Edmonton, (which we refer to around here as Edmonton’s SS-A) may be a serial rapist. We have no actual proof of this, nor really, anything else to back up this claim except that she’s part of a known hate group
One of the best new YouTubers on men’s issues is Spetsnaz. This is his latest video, but all the others we’ve seen are every bit as powerful. If you can watch this and not see it as very close to the reality that everyday men face, we have to think something’s wrong with you.
Victor Zen (Sage Gerard) was asked if he can support men’s issues without attacking feminism or women as a whole. His “yes” is followed by a much needed “but” to justify the existence of antifeminism as a necessary and rational response to modern bigotry.
Alison Tieman, aka Typhonblue, has a video message for the holidays. Looking forward to June? We sure are.
If you have not had a recent meal, then it is a good time to watch this video with our own Sage Gerard doing a book review. The only problem is that the book was written by a, well, you can probably guess. But even in this crowd we are betting you won’t be ready for this.
Although it is difficult to trust mainstream news sources on cases such as this, the media usually spins whatever tale it wants to tell, this story is all too believable, and appears to be an excellent expose on how the entire nation of Australia was fooled… for a while… by a child-abusing family.
A woman says, with perfectly rational common sense, what everyone should acknowledge to be common sense and decency.