Vernon Meigs

Vernon Meigs is a musician, artist, and programmer who also advocates for a fairer, more respectful world for men and boys. Website: V for Vernon, and Bitchute channel.

The Dignity of Showmanship – A Defense of Men of Slapstick

I notice that slapstick doesn’t get a whole lot of love or respect. To each everybody’s own, but I think this admittedly lowbrow form of humor gets a bad rap that it doesn’t deserve – from people who generally prefer “genuine wit” over slapstick, to those who seem to downright hate it and everything it …

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Representation politics, and the purpose of fantasy

What do I mean by “representation politics”? Just like how identity politics means the obsession and preoccupation with defining oneself and identifying with a group no matter how particular, granular, or arbitrary and making sure everybody knows it and takes account of it in any given situation, I offer the term “representation politics” as a …

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An Objectivist’s Case for Men’s Rights Advocacy

It’s been roughly over a decade since I’ve more or less taken a critical stance against contemporary feminism. In retrospect a large part of the reason I’ve opposed it was that in my mind, feminism relied heavily on collectivism and tribalism to promote its ideology, and I’ve seen early on enough telltale signs of its …

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Christina Hoff Sommers: Men’s Rights is ‘Taking it a Bit Far’

It took two months exactly to finally come up with a response to Christina Hoff Sommers and her co-host for their Femsplainers episode “I Was Falsely Accused of Rape” simply because like anybody trying to be productive, I keep busy and otherwise I had been trying to figure out how to articulate it. Here is …

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