Every once in a great while a new scholar emerges with a real respect for men, women, and evidence. AVfM welcomes Paula Wright.
The subject of “Game” has many supporters and many detractors. AVfM has historically taken a rather dim view of the subject, for a host of reasons, however, here we present a first-time at-length interview with one of its most noted proponents.
Jackie Brewton has a powerful story about a class full of girls she spoke to last year. Her story rings true to us, but will the culture wake up?
Feminista Jones has written a new book, a piece of erotica called “Push The Button.” Mumia Ali has read it, and concludes that given her rather tepid grasp of hard-headed, clear-eyed observational truths and empirical evidence, fantasy erotica may be her true calling.
When we say someone is being “objectified”, what exactly does that mean, and does it apply only to women?
There are no good men, huh? Mumia Ali asks what few will ask: who are the marginalized men? He thinks he knows who. We think others know too, and are just afraid to say so.
What happens when the supply of eligible men falls far below the number of women seeking them? August Løvenskiolds reviews “Ascension,” a show where this is a major theme.
Let’s have a talk about your penis. It doesn’t have to be a long, hard talk. Just a conversation. First up is “Stand by Your Manhood” by Peter Lloyd.
Men and women vary in many ways. The debate has raged for a long time about whether this is more likely to be a result of nature or nurture. Some feminist groups tend to maintain that the differences are socialised and thus very much within the nurture camp. Recent research has shown that there are …
Tim Goldich argues that historically there tended to be a balance that was reasonably equitable between the sexes, but today the main need is for more love for men as vulnerable human beings and more respect for women as adults with agency.