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1959: Malvina Reynolds sings an awful song that wouldn’t be out of place in today’s misandric world

Lyrics: It says in Coronet Magazine June nineteen-fifty six, page ten That married women are not as happy As women who have no men Married women are cranky Frustrated and disgusted While single women are bright and gay Creative and well adjusted We don’t need the men We don’t need the men We don’t need …

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A Response to a Review of the Book “Men Without Work”

The Washington Post recently published a review of a book Men Without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis by contributing columnist, former Indiana governor, and recent Purdue president Mitch Daniels.i The book “…depicts in deeply documented fashion the ‘invisible crisis’ that is the ‘decimation’ of the adult male workforce in America.” Much of Mr. Daniel’s article discusses …

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Anti-Gynocentrism is the Only Anti-Feminism That Matters

Men’s Rights Advocates have often watched with bemusement as newcomers arrive declaring support for men, with a resume saying just one thing: “I’m an antifeminist,” as if that were all we needed to know. Because antifeminism and men’s rights activism is synonymous, right? That’s literally what they assume. With the resume tabled they quickly move …

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