A Voice for Men has had a magnificent response to the Good Meme Project request to submit memes to the website. This is one of many that will be posted in the days ahead. Enjoy and pass it on.
Dean Esmay plays the host position as he, Paul Elam and John the Other discuss the recent article in the Daily Beast by R. Tod Kelly. The reviews are mixed, which means it is a big improvement over standard mainstream offerings.
Our own Diana Davison enters the world of teh YouTubez! Her new channel, Feminism LOL, certainly looks promising, so we suggest you subscribe!
For those of you who are new to the Men’s Human Rights Movement, here’s a great video on the domestic violence industry and the corruption of basic civil rights it is for all Americans (and much of the rest of the world).
Brave men step forward to tell their stories in Australia, where it’s no better than in the United States. Will anyone listen or, more importantly, take some sort of action? Or will they still be laughed at, smirked at, or marginalized as irrelevant or a “tiny minority?”
We recently found this gem of a song, apparently first recorded in 2001 by a punk group called “Pure Spun Evil.” We thought A Voice for Men’s readers would relate to it.
Since this week we’re expecting a lot of new readers to encounter our often brash and sometimes vulgar site with unapologetic advocacy and criticism of sexism, what better time than to haul out this classic treasure from our own Janet Bloomfield, aka “JudgyBitch?”
Girl Writes What (AVfM Contributing Editor Karen Straughan) has a new video up after a long hiatus. It was worth the wait. How does looking at things through an ideological lens hurt rational thought? Karen gives us some hard-hitting examples.
Studio Brulé continues to do excellent documentary work. Here’s a great roundup of things you may have missed. We hope to see you all at the next event!
An aggressively ignorant, hateful cartoon recently came to the attention of Typhon Blue. Her skewering is a thing of beauty.