Robert Brockway

Robert is concerned for the welfare of men and boys in modern society. In particular he is concerned about the effects of widespread misandry in society and gender biases in addressing domestic violence and intimate partner violence. He advocates for men's rights for the next generation of men and women. Robert is the president of the Australian Men's Rights Association Inc and is the owner and publisher of A Voice for Men.

Erin Pizzey speaking at ICMI14

50th anniversary of domestic violence charity Refuge

A little over 50 years ago Erin Pizzey founded Chiswick Women’s Aid to assist women who were victims of intimate partner violence. Erin started documenting their experiences and quickly realised that a high proportion of intimate partner violence was reciprocal in nature. This is something that is widely recognised among MRAs but generally still rejected …

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Wanted – Editors for Wiki4Men

Are you an MRA or anti-feminist and not sure how to contribute? Consider signing up as an editor for Wiki4Men. Put in as much or as little effort as you like. Can you beat the edit count of the active users? Instructions for applying are on the front page of Wiki4Men.

Cracked mud and Spinefex bushes.

Southern Oscillation

The phrase Southern Oscillation may not be familiar to many, especially those outside Australia. The Southern Oscillation is an atmospheric phenomenon in the South Pacific Ocean connected to the better-known El Niño. When the El Niño-Southern Oscillation is occurring Australia gets dryer while South America gets wetter. Both areas often suffer natural disasters – drought …

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At any time

Famous science fiction author Robert Heinlein wrote about the crazy years. This was a period of history in his stories in which technology rapidly advanced while society broke down. In 1941 Heinlein wrote: Considerable technical advance during this period, accompinied (sic) by a gradual deterioration of mores, orientation and social institutions, terminating in mass psychoses …

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A response to Jennifer Duke on superannuation

Australia runs a nearly universal superannuation system in which virtually all employees are paid an additional 9.5% over their wage or salary. This money locally called super is put away for retirement with few avenues to access the money before then. This enforced savings has made Australians among the wealthiest people in the world. Some …

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