Like many colleges and universities, Kennesaw State University offers courses that involve self-protection from sexual assault. Just like other colleges and universities, it is predicated on the idea that only women are victims and only men are perpetrators. Sage Gerard, doing his job as your rep as KSU, is doing some digging, and finding a lot of dirt.
We hear the same old arguments trotted out against men’s human rights advocates, and feminists, and how we’re supposedly the same, over and over. Sage Gerard has a useful response to the most common arguments.
AVfM Director of Collegiate Activism, Sage Gerard, was recently able to attend and record a presentation by two of the world’s most influential feminists–and has a report.
Wisdom is a rare commodity, even in a society where intelligence and ingenuity are abundant to the point of being overflowing. If you think wisdom is a product of maturity, think again. Michael Kimmel is 62. Sage Gerard is 22. Sage. What an appropriate name.
We often use memes at A Voice for Men to make points, and quite often to give us a badly needed moment of laughter in the midst of our very serious work. Collegiate Activism Director Sage Gerard brings you another meme today. This time, we are not laughing at all.
The A Voice for Men community stepped up to help establish the first Men’s Rights group at Kennesaw State University, making it one of the first of what we believe will be a growing trend. Sage Gerard, AKA Victor Zen, has a report on the new group, and thanks for those who helped make it possible.
Everyone lately has been taking their turn reacting to Tod Kelly’s article about the MHRM. Perhaps no one has more right to than Sage Gerard, who spent time being interviewed by Kelly, but who was not mentioned in the final product for the Daily Beast.
Stemming from recent events in Canada, USA Today has taken an interest in whether men’s issues groups are needed in American universities. And we use the term “interest” quite loosely. A reporter spoke with our very own Sage Gerard about it, just before she ignored what he had to say.
The idea of men’s issues groups in our colleges and universities is spreading. Sage Gerard, aka Victor Zen is now pushing ahead with a men’s issues group at Kennesaw State University. You can help.
Efforts to bring Men’s Human Rights – equality – to Kennesaw State University in Georgia are hitting a few gynocentric roadblocks. Male students there are just too rapey and violent to even be allowed to socialize together.