Hannah Wallen

Hannah has witnessed women's use of criminal and family courts to abuse men. She is the author of Breaking the Glasses, written from an anti-feminist perspective, with a focus on men's rights and sometimes social issues.

A men’s rights activist’s response to a woman’s take on the men’s rights movement

Hi, Hannah Cox. I’m Hannah Wallen. We haven’t met and you’ve probably never heard of me, but no worries. I’m not all that familiar with you either, and you really only ended up on my radar after someone sent me a link to your FEE stories post, “A Woman’s Take On the Men’s Rights Movement.” …

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A roomful of what? ICMI, London, 2018, day 1

Page 3 (back) Paul’s video was followed by a talk from Save Indian Family Foundation’s founder Anil Kumar on “Focusing on innovation for growth of organizations for the movement: Experiences in India.” SIFF is a men’s rights organization centered in Bangalore, India. The organization was formed in 2005 as an advocacy group against misuse of Indian …

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A roomful of what? ICMI, London, 2018, day 1

Page 2 (back) Given feminism’s “toxic masculinity” narrative, you’d think even a feminist writer from a progressive publication would have taken an interest in Darren Deojee‘s talk on Positive Masculinity: Standing on the shoulders of giants. Perhaps the sticking point was the nonfeminist tone, beginning with the lament that men are growing up terrified of …

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