It’s not that there can be no such thing as ironic misandry; there can be, just like there can be ironic misogyny. The trick is, what assumptions are your “joke” laced with?
Elizabeth Farrelly, in the Sydney Morning Herald, asked the question “Is Feminism only as strong as the men who support it?” The article itself is something that only the brave should read.
Feminist journalist stirring up the gender war in Australia out of spite and bigotry.
An adult woman uses a 13-year-old boy for sex, grooms him with drugs and booze, has three of his children before he turns 18, then dumps him so he can’t see his kids. What does this say about a society that looks the other way?
Australian family courts throw male victims of sexual abuse under the bus in order to uphold myths about male dominance and patriarchy.
What’s the best way for a rapist to avoid jail time in Australia? Have your victim’s child. (It works in other countries too.)
“Just Say No: For white working-class women, it makes sense to stay single mothers.” That’s what some feminists say. But Jim Muldoon wonders who really benefits from, and who’s secretly hurt by, that assertion.
Slate magazine, that bastion of free speech (as long as you agree with them), gave us the lowdown on men’s status in the family court in a link to one of their articles: Men’s Rights Activists Say The Courts Are Against Them. They’re Wrong Of course, when I clicked on the link I got a …
Australia, like other nations, spends huge money on the problem of “violence against women.” The problem of violent women? Not so much.
Australian men and boys are being shamed by feminist “facts” into believing they are some kind of monsters, or at least monsters-in-training, because of the original sin of being male.