Andy ‘Man’ Thomas has written an open letter to the Camden Center regarding Radfem 2013. In his attempt to contact the Camden Center Andy has run into roadblocks which have prevented him from contacting anyone there. Of course AVfM will help him get the word out out and publish it here for all to see.
No one likes the sight of dirty laundry hanging out. This is especially true in the MHRM. But sometimes it is just inevitable. And sometimes, what looks like dirty laundry is actually laundry that has just been cleaned, and it is hanging out to dry in a cool breeze. Events now from MRA London
And today you get a two-fer from the good people at MRA London. First an update on those in the UK who actually support men’s rights, and those who are Glen Poole. Whoa, what a difference! Also, a honey badger alert. Calling the women of the MHRM to take a stand against Radfems.
Perhaps one of the most offensive things about the Radfem group wanting to have a conference at the London Irish Centre is the reason that the place was built was largely to welcome Irishmen who were building the city of London, often dying in the process. MRA London reports.
Last year the radical feminist group Radfem wanted to have a conference in Conway Hall in London. Pressure was brought to bear over their exclusionary practices and the event hall ousted them. So this year they tried again. MRA London gave them the same results.
David Ainsworth made a few off color remarks to some women. So he was pushed to despondency and deep depression. He stayed that way until taking his own life in despair. MRA London provides some very disturbing details about the last days of this man’s life.
The Radfems have finally found themselves a conference facility desperate enough for some quick cash that they will even do business with a group of ideologues that want to kill children, practice eugenics and develop plans for mass murder against anyone who happens to be male. MRA London objects.
The MHRM is a growing, evolving movement that has finally begun to take shape and will soon be a visible part of the political landscape. It is not a moment too soon. The rise of feminist governance is also going full force, as we see now in this disturbing report from MRA London.