Despite dominating education, feminists want to quell men’s voices in education even more than they already have. Jonathan Taylor exposes their agenda.
Bringing positive male role models into classrooms is easier and less expensive than you might think, and the rewards are many.
Recently a Montessori school director stated that she refused to hire male teachers, assuming them all to be potential sexual predators. She has not been publicly identified, until now.
Rape is a significant issue on campus, just like false rape accusations are a significant issue. But neither is an “epidemic,” and the kind of bigotry and hatred that feminism advocates should not lead the way.
Police are frequently criticized for the prevalence of crime. Doctors are routinely sued for malpractice and hospitals blamed for poor medicine. But what causes us to criticize teachers? According to one feminist, it’s caused by—you guessed it—misogyny!
Men’s Studies in its current incarnation is failing. In the long run, that is a good thing because it brings us one step closer to starting again from scratch.
As campuses become more hostile to men and men’s issues, both students and professors are fighting back in the courts. Jonathan Taylor of A Voice for Male Students explores a new case worth watching.
Free tickets are available to the Kennesaw State University Men’s conference in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Jonathan Taylor has a video explaining why you should come if you can!
It is common among gender ideologues to claim that false rape allegations are rare. This is based on pseudoscience at best. There is strong reason to believe that most real rapes go unreported–and that reported rapes are also commonly bogus. Both can be, and may well be, true at once.
Sponsored by A Voice for Men, The First International Conference on Men’s Issues was held just outside Detroit, Michigan this last weekend. Jonathan Taylor, an attendee, gives an overview of the landmark event.