Modern marriage has a bad track record, but there is one reason men might want to consider it. It’s a Hobson’s Choice, either way.
Giving value to men in society can be done. Janet Bloomfield has a mind-blowing plan that feminists will love like they do patriarchy.
The dictionary says feminism is about equality. Curious then, feminism’s long track record of literally opposing equality.
If sexism causes men to kill children, what drives women to the same, horrifying choice? And why is one worse than the other?
As we see again and again, those who most often speak of the “best interests of the children” really don’t have the interests of the children in mind at all, but rather, the interests of their own personal careers.
The press conference during the Grand Opening Week for the Canadian Centre for Men and Families on November 20, 2014 Short presentations by: Justin Trottier James Brown Eleanor Levine Denise Fong Malcolm Johnston Veronica Kay Serge Mwimba (en francais) The press conference and opening was covered by many major national Canadian news outlets: CBC, CTV, …
“Just Say No: For white working-class women, it makes sense to stay single mothers.” That’s what some feminists say. But Jim Muldoon wonders who really benefits from, and who’s secretly hurt by, that assertion.
The final installment of our three-part series on parental alienation examines programs, services, and interventions that combat alienation and seek to reunite estranged parents and their children.
Critics of the Men’s Human Rights Movement have often tarred us as misogynistic. Ayami Tyndall looks at why, and concludes that what the critics really fear is actual equality under the law.
Shared parenting is almost always in the best interests of the child, even when the parents don’t like each other. Leading Women for Shared Parenting has an important message on this.