As evidence of an increasingly desperate and intolerant feminist-sphere, a woman recently boasted of incinerating Christina Hoff-Sommers book The War Against Boys. Her actions poignantly demonstrate that there is, in fact, a war against boys.
In 2011 the Department of Education issued its disastrous “Dear Colleague” letter to universities, requiring unqualified administrators to determine the guilt and innocence of students accused of felony sexual assault. Predictably, placing legal matters in the hands of amateurs has led to failures of justice, prompting a wave of lawsuits against universities by those wrongly accused. Jonathan Taylor provides a snapshot of developments.
The killing of men and boys in Nigeria continues to be dismissed with the refrain of, “They’re dead, who cares – we need to focus on the abducted schoolgirls.” Now, hundreds more males have been killed, so to those who dismissed the earlier slaughter of boys Jonathan Taylor has only this to ask – what’s your excuse now?
A recently organized protest by Emma Howland-Bolton includes threats of violence and death against organizers, attendees and hosts of the upcoming conference at the Double Tree hotel in Detroit. Jonathan Taylor has written a public letter asking her to denounce and hopefully reverse such advocacy for violence and death.
The absurd concept of “enthusiastic consent” as the only difference between a legitimate sexual encounter and a rape has, apparently, begun making its way into at least one High School sex education class. Jonathan Taylor takes a look at this disturbing development.
After being properly educated by Troy Patterson & Anne Theriault, AVfM has had a change of heart. We fully endorse this new collegiate effort to stamp out Rape Culture and Patriarchy!
It is unfortunate that such an article has to be written, and that we would live in such an age where it is relevant to the politics of modern academia. But so it is. Yes: there is a rash of campus activists – most of them (if not all of them) Feminists – now brazenly …
It may be the beginning of the end for the SPLC, and the schadenfreude is well-warranted. The chickens are coming home to roost. Jonathan Taylor reports.
Women are oppressed everywhere, we are told – and they are so oppressed that they get more education than men? Jonathan Taylor of A Voice for Male Students checks out the map of education worldwide.
We punish and shame boys on a regular basis, sometimes even for doing the right thing. Then we wonder why boys are consistently falling further and further behind girls in school? Jonathan Taylor looks at two examples.