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The Aphrodite and Hera Archetypes: Play vs. Power | Not All Women Are The Same

Since I started making videos about feminism and men’s issues, I’ve had a lot of comments from men proclaiming all women are the same. I understand these men have a reason for feeling the way they do, and I don’t blame them for resenting the women who have caused them a lot of pain and …

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The Warrior & The Fishwife – Female Archetypes in Virgil’s Aeneid

EDITOR’S NOTE: Following on from his previous exploration of male archetypes in The Aeneid and the horrors of a blue pill existence, Jai Singh investigates the same work in search of female archetypes, with particular emphasis on the goddess Juno who embodies feminist attitudes. Juno, as many here will be familiar, is the Roman version …

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Bias against men’s issues within the United Nations and the World Health Organization: A content analysis

Psychreg Journal of Psychology (PJP), an international, online-only, open access psychology journal, recently published a special edition on men’s issues with the assistance of guest editor Dr John A. Barry. Below is a sample article exploring the lack of male support initiatives in large international bodies such as the United Nations & World Health Organization, …

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Censorship in academia in real-time

Recently an article was published in the open-access journal Nature Communications. This article, entitled The association between early career informal mentorship in academic collaborations and junior author performance suggests that less experienced female scientists benefit more from mentorship by more experienced male scientists than more experienced female scientists. Of course, feminists are demanding that the …

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