A feminist on Kennesaw State University confronts Sage Gerard (Victor Zen) about his organization, KSU Men. She didn’t stand a chance.
When a computer technician goes on a date with a woman there is ample potential for a disconnect – and ample potential for the woman to resort to shaming tactics if he doesn’t give in to emotional small-talk. Sage Gerard paints a picture of just such a scenario.
Victor Zen talks about how privilege is cast as original sin to frighten the impressionable into positions of ideological servitude.
A civil rights rally was recently held in Maine. Carletta Bossano and her thug-underlings probably aren’t happy about it. Victor Zen has a report.
A member of the Clown Car of mods at The
RawCooked Story, who goes by the handle “enthous,” resents the implication that they have an agenda when they pre-emptively ban people from correcting errors in stories about themselves. Seriously.
At Kennesaw State University, it looks like games are being played again with Title IX requirements. Victor Zen reports.
Respecting a dead man’s last, dying wish is one thing. Going beyond that is not always appropriate, however.
Our buddy Victor Zen’s image was used in a story about the attempt to silence the Mackney suicide note. When Victor and others tried to comment… more silencing ensued.
The AVfM community stepped up to help Kennesaw State University Men start a men’s issues group on campus. Sage Gerard (aka Victor Zen) has an update and tips for what others wanting to start men’s groups may want to check out.
AVFM Director of Collegiate Activism extends an acknowledgement and a welcome to mgtow.com, a recent addition to internet resources for men who choose a different path in life than what is chosen for them by others.