If you missed the International Men’s Issues Conference in June of 2014 you missed an astounding event. Lucky for you it is now online and viewable. The consistent theme heard during the event was that the old narrative is woefully inadequate and is being replaced with a new one that extends greater compassion and choice to everyone, not just a select few.
You must learn to feel guilty, and then you will be guilty. Or this appears to be the modus operandum of many who oppose the Men’s Human Rights Movement. Tom Golden explores this further.
You must learn to feel guilty, and then you will be guilty. Or this appears to be the modus operandum of many who oppose the Men’s Human Rights Movement.
Drugs that treat ADHD are a great, safe remedy available to help hyperactive children. That is the word from esteemed doctors. That may be true. Or it could be a paid pitch from corrupt doctors like we got from the tobacco companies.
There are those who are sadly misinformed about what “equality” would mean for women. They don’t have it and, as Tom Golden notes, they probably wouldn’t like it very much if they did. Tom Golden lays out the facts many don’t want to hear.
This week is National Hunger and Homelessness Week. Tom Golden pays us a visit his thoughts on the subject, which intentionally or not serve as a reminder. Homelessness is a men’s issue, and one we are guilty of not addressing with near enough frequency on this website, or in this movement. May we consider how to change that.
The American Broadcasting Company is broadcasting a show on A Voice for Men and Paul Elam this week on its venerable and venerated show, 20/20. To welcome 20/20’s readers, we will be reprinting some of the very best material ever to appear on A Voice for Men, to help those new to the Men’s Human Rights Movement really understand where we are coming from. We start with a classic video from CyberSaint.
Feminist-inspired psychologists have invented a tool for assessing male behavioral norms. Tom Golden wonders if it adds anything new to understanding gender since the days of nursery rhymes?
Tom Golden pays a visit to introduce the video work from Jerald Santhosh, an MHRA from India who is coming on to the scene with some serious video production skills.
Renowned psychotherapist Tom Golden returns with Part 3 in his groundbreaking series on Misandry in Psychology. This time he addresses the taboo issue: men being forced into parenthood. Women have legal protections that allow them to separate consent to sex from consent to parenthood. So why don’t men? [Illustration by Typhonblue]