Isaac T. Quill has invites music lovers to tweet “The music they have hung on to” and he will add your favorites to an online repository. Call it activism for the soul.
Music is a powerful medicine capable of subduing the savage beast, or bringing life and vitality to the depressed. Isaac T. Quill gives a tribute to the power of music.
Listen up, special Oberlin snowflakes: you aren’t special. Pathetic might be a better word choice. Need a dictionary? Clint Carpentier will help you out.
Rape Culture™ is a concept of legendary proportions, one that has helped to spread misinformation and hysteria throughout the globe. Isaac T. Quill unravels the roots of the concept and proposes that its true meaning may be worth embracing.
The failure of The United Nations to deal with the slaughter of males by Boko Haram is another example of Institutional Misandry and the politicization of male disposability. Isaac T. Quill urges members of the Detroit conference take a vote of no confidence in The United Nations.
Isaac T. Quill, woozle hunter extraordinaire, ventures into the wilds where woozles wander, tracks them down, bags them and displays them here at A Voice for Men for your edification. What are woozles, you wonder? They are a wascally way for cwazy wimmens to waylay weality! Weally! We wouldn’t make it up!
Dear Mr Zuckerberg, can the classic document film Rape Culture, which was the genesis of the term “Rape Culture” and was primarily about male victims, have it’s own page please? Or is Kiss My Ass a better option? Isaac T. Quill ponders the question, and tries to find the answer…
Young, dumb and full of diodes: that is the average Facebook employee, we reckon. It certainly fits Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his cronies. However, Isaac T. Quill is here to help, with some supplementary reading for Mr Z. Think he’ll bother? He should.
The AVfM Reference Wiki is turning into a thing of beauty–one you can contribute to making even more awesome. AVfM welcomes new contributor Isaac Quill to tell us more about his own contributions there, and introduces a term we should all learn: The Woozle Effect.