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What Your Butt Says About You As a Man

Honeybadger team Brian and Alison look at an article from Mel Magazine entitled “A NEW CRACK OPENS IN THE MANOSPHERE” where the topic of discussion appears to be something akin to “real alphas tickle the prostates of other alphas”… or something. *Mel Magazine is a masculinities/feminism-inspired rag “for men” that is founded & funded by …

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Masculine Enchantments: Fairy Tales and Men’s Rights

The Men’s Rights Movement exists to recognize and ameliorate problems, institutional or social, that predominantly or exclusively harm boys and men. To that end, activists have adopted strategies ranging from filmmaking to legal action. Media analysis has also been done (Allemano, 2012) but with folktales largely ignored. This is unfortunate since folklore in its various …

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Voices of Male Victims of Coercive Control (UK)

Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control are not gendered issues. Despite a huge body of scientific evidence showing that men are victimised at similar, or slightly higher rates, as women, male victims have been dismissed and ignored for decades. Taken from two large international surveys, here are the voices of men from the UK that have …

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The Child Archetype as Responsible for Woke Dystopia

What we are witnessing is a hacking of the parental brain with the bait of dramatized neoteny. Once our biological operating system is hacked in this way, and the hack is taught as cultural operating practice, nothing can undo it. This iteration of superstimuli is here to stay. The only way around ‘aggressive vulnerability’ is to say NO when …

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Have Women Ever Been Oppressed in the United States?

GAB TV:   Related to Tom Golden’s video above, the historical quotes below help to shed light on the question of whether women in America were ever truly “oppressed.” I think we all know the answer. In 1856, author of Putnam’s Monthly Magazine published the following summary of relations between men and women in America: …

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