Death is never an easy thing to deal with, especially when it happens to a loved one. When his grandfather was diagnosed with terminal cancer Phil in Utah took on the responsibility of caring for him in his final days. Here Phil describes his experience and gives us advice how to help another person who is passing. Empathy works wonders for people, and it is something that we must all embrace, male or female. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix.]
Feminists have begun to change their narrative of late. Seeing all their hateful rhetoric and lies put on display has made them change course and now they are on a campaign to convince all of us that they are the ones really working on men’s issues. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
It looks like it is a weekend of Anita Sarkeesian at A Voice for Men. Don’t everybody jump for joy at once. We only have so much exuberance to use at a time. Our friend Phil in Utah isn’t exactly dancing either, but he still has the energy to point out a couple of things about Sarkeesian that she would not allow you to say if she had a choice.
“With friends like this..” Ozy Frantz of: “No, seriously, what about teh menz?” a project recently adopted by zee good menz project isn’t a radical feminist, but mostly because they’ve disowned her for being too much like them
There has been a long standing feminist “alliance” with many gay activists. But what has it netted the gay men, other than a pat on the head, instructions on how to make coffee and being called faggot by their feminist masters?
What’s that, we’re homophobic as well? I guess the gay and bisexual men who write and comment here, including myself, never caught onto how unpopular we are in this place. Silly us! Phil in Utah draws the line.
Those wacky pop feminists are at it again over at Jezebel.com, with a reinvigorated message about the sanctity and importance of unilateral female violence.
OK, so Alan Dershowitz is an attorney. No one is perfect. But he may have come close to red pill perfection when he penned The Abuse Excuse. Phil in Utah weighs in on the book.
Patriarchy has become the go to boogy-man for feminist ideologues, being blamed for everything from imaginary wage gaps to imaginary rape culture. Question is, is their idea of patriarchy just as fake as the problems they imagine it creates? Phil in Utah weighs in.
Many an MRA was lead to the MRM through personal experience. Divorce and false accusations lead the list. Another recruiting source is the DV industry. Just ask Phil in Utah about that one. Here’s his story.