Professor of Law Elizabeth Sheehy of the University of Ottawa wants to see more women to get away with homicide, provided the victim is male and whose corpse is made the additional; target of an allegation of some sort of “abuse.” No evidence necessary – “You’re free to go,” Ms. Sheehy hates progress. She wants to go back to 1911-era chivalry.
Camille Paglia is one of the few saner voices that remains in the feminist movement. But as Janet Bloomfield points out, she still isn’t quite getting it. Feminism, no matter how doctored up, isn’t a solution. Feminism doesn’t need to be fixed. It needs to be nixed.
Wisdom is a rare commodity, even in a society where intelligence and ingenuity are abundant to the point of being overflowing. If you think wisdom is a product of maturity, think again. Michael Kimmel is 62. Sage Gerard is 22. Sage. What an appropriate name.
Hip-Hop has long been the leader in addressing certain men’s issues in an uncompromising manner. Kool Moe Dee was one of the first.
The Independent recently ran a story claiming that deep inequalities continue to face women in the UK labour market. Mike Buchanan pours a bucket of cold water their pity-party by dubunking the claims with fact and a little common sense.
In 1911 it became permissible for women to file for alimony even decades following their divorce. It was a year that produced remarkable cases of profligate alimony princesses, whose insatiable passion for luxury made international news. The exploits of two women offer us an illuminating insight into this gynocentric tradition.
2013 was an amazing year. We expect 2014 to be an even more amazing year. With a new year comes new chances. If you’ve been banned from AVfM for some reason, we would like to welcome you back.
As the men’s movement grows, we are seeing the emergence of talent reflecting more and more brilliance and creativity. It must be torture to feminists and traditionalists to see this happen. It has happened again, fairly recently. Gents and ladies, we give you Spetsnaz.
John Hembling asks an important question of women: are you a functional adult with moral agency? The question is not really rhetorical, but we wonder how many women will answer it directly and without deflection. We know some who will say “yes” affirmatively and can prove it. Are you one of them?
2013 was an incredible year for the Men’s Human Rights Movement, and 2014 is just around the corner. Paul Elam and the entire team at A Voice for Men want to make the next year one of spectacular and unprecedented growth. They are asking you for your help in getting that done.