If sexism causes men to kill children, what drives women to the same, horrifying choice? And why is one worse than the other?
Girls report being viciously bullied by other girls. What happens when those mean girls grow up? Do they suddenly become loving, compassionate adults, or do they simply take their rage out at home?
It is sometimes amazing the double-standards people will show when it comes to generalizing about various groups.
The media mocks and erases male victims in any discussion of violence, making it hard for men to speak up about the abuse they suffer.
The Australian media continues to peddle unchallenged the same tired feminist lies about men and women and violence.
Mark Dent notices that when men are at the top economically, everybody is angry, but when women are at the top, that’s just “equality.”
Karl Stefanovic, the popular co-host of the Nine Network’s Today program, is selling a toxic, dehumanizing message.
If a mother lost her son and daughter in a terrible accident and only spoke of her grief at losing her daughter, our community would be quite horrified. Yet time and again this is what we do when discussing the issues of domestic violence, slavery, the sex trade, rape, or oppression in various parts of this world.
AVfM publishes here an essay that was apparently too incendiary for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Read it and tell us why you think they wouldn’t publish it. We think we know why.
Reciprocal violence between men and women is usually blamed on the male even when a women admits to physically attacking a men first. New contributor Mark Dent provides an example of the mystifying double standards in the case of NFL footballer Ray Rice.