New study performed by Kenyan government shows that the WHO’s circumcision campaign is not working and that the prevalence of HIV has actually risen. Circumcision supporters are quick to rationalize.
Misandry being called out in Kenya, Male students being arrested for crimes that haven’t even happened yet and more fun stuff from our friends at MRE!
A woman’s privilege to deny children their fathers extends to more than stripping men of existing rights on a whim, it often includes the ability to deny them those rights in the first place.
Another interesting week in the news with more divorce entitlements being argued in court and brutal, vicious double standards when it comes to reproductive rights and responsibilities.
News Week in Review from News Director Robert O’Hara. Much going on at the Naval Academy, Wikipedia and many other places. Take a look at this collection of stories you may have missed elsewhere on the internet.
SAVE scores with the \removal of KFC’s “Hot Shot” ads. SAVE thanks supporters. However, SAVE will not be satisfied until an apology is issued and donations are made.
Slut walks, grass eating men, 10 year old female rapists and much more featured in News Week in Review. Dr. Phil and his rapey-tweet make a guest appearance.
Radio 3 Fourteen follows up on Paul Elam’s interview with AVFM Eropean News Director Lucian Valsan. As expected, Lucian, who survived Romania’s Nicolae Ceaușescu era, passes out some hard-hitting insights.
The folks up at CAFE are making headway with their funding of the Men’s Centre. Already at the halfway point and expected to meet their goal of 50,000 soon! A membership drive is also in the works.
A new weekly feature of AVFM, the “News Week in review” will highlight important news stories from within and outside the manosphere. Look for it every week on Monday or Tuesday so you can keep on top of things.