Feminist-spread myths about intimate partner violence are everywhere. Dan Perrins has a campaign for us to correct those myths.
At a recent protest against Bill Cosby, those who call Cosby a rapist decided to get violent with those who counter that Cosby has a right to be presumed innocent.
On Friday January 9, 2015, despite calls for his shows to be canceled due to allegations of rape, Bill Cosby was in Hamilton Ontario to finish his tour of Canada. Cosby on the 2 previous nights had shows in London and Kitchener Ontario before his tour landed him in my backyard Hamilton. At the 2 …
Dan Perrins attended Kennesaw State University’s Men In Peril conference, put on by KSU Men and protested/criticized by a group called “KSU Yesbody!” Dan has some quite polite words for them.
Tyler Shipley is a musician, a sports fan, and an adjunct professor at two colleges. He is also a lying, censoring, witch-hunting, bullying ideologue who writes for rabble.ca.
On one of the most important health issues in the modern world, the Canadian government, like most governments, has discriminatory policies the politicians seem almost completely blind to.
The Canadian Association for Equality continues to face harassment from fascist thugs whose sole purpose is to protect fragile ladies from ideas they don’t want to hear.
Acid attacks are a horror that no human being should experience. The problem should never be minimized. Unfortunately, certain international groups advocating “for women” are busy minimizing the problem for damn near half of all victims, and minimizing the sexual identity of many of the attackers.
We don’t believe any Men’s Human Rights Activist assaulted Danielle D’Entremont, but if anyone did it, including one of our own, we want to know more–and we’re very serious about that. Not only do we put our money where our mouth is, we urge feminists to do the same.
The massively higher rate of suicide among males hit global media in the 1980- 90’s, and the feminist establishment told us that they would be “working on it.” Dan Perrins shows that decades later there is still little help for men in Canada.