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Sex Equality: Defining One’s Terms – The Men’s Review (1948 Article)

We continue the series of Men’s Review excerpts below with this piece exploring the meaning of ‘sex equality’. – PW * * * Defining One’s Terms by C. Lea   THERE is a type of propagandist who finds it convenient to avoid defining his terms. He can thus vary the sense when and how it …

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The Wisdom of Odysseus

The Ancient Greek story The Odyssey describes a man attempting to go his own way while enduring temptation by the Sirens, those femme fatales who pull men away from their chosen paths and into inevitable destruction. Our hero Odysseus shows that with awareness and skill, we can sail right past the temptresses and on to our chosen destination.

A Cultural Convention Condemned – The Men’s Review (1948 Article)

The following article appeared in the 1948 edition of the ‘Men’s Review’ – an antifeminist, pro men’s rights initiative that was active in Britain during the 1940s. This will be the first of a series of articles to be published at A Voice for Men from the first editions of the Men’s Review, which will …

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