Over 35 million Americans self-identify as Black. And Black men are one of the most marginalized groups of men in America. Increasingly, a number of them are waking up and realizing the biggest enemy anymore isn’t racism, it’s misandry.
Once again the Manosphere in general and A Voice For Men in particular came in for yet another toss under the bus – this time by none other than White Knight in residence over at London’s Telegraph, Mr. Andrew Lowry, the self-proclaimed “Thinking Man”.
What has Black political leadership done for Black Men in the United States? More men, black or otherwise, need to start asking this question in the public sphere. Mumia Ali leads the way.
There are no good men, huh? Mumia Ali asks what few will ask: who are the marginalized men? He thinks he knows who. We think others know too, and are just afraid to say so.
The purveyors of “social justice” are frequently those who hobble Black women and by extension Black people as a whole, by placing Black women on a pedestal instead of seeing them for who they are: flawed human beings like the rest of us.
Black women have moved into the modern world but still hold Black men to turn of the century ideals of masculinity.
America has a problem with rampant Black Male Privilege. No seriously. We know it because black feminists tell us so.
Black feminist’s biggest “issues” all seem to revolve around jealousy. Obisidian calls out some hard truth.
As one of our most famed Americans, Mr. Bill Cosby deserves his day in court, not his name dragged through the mud by a mob of (mostly) white women.
Quiet as its kept, and long before it became fashionable in White America, Black Men have been silently voting with their feet in a myriad of ways from “Black relationships” – and one of those ways involves leaving the country altogether.