Philip Chain is the earliest known example of a father who used picketing to attract attention to his plight as a parent who had been denied access to his child by a malicious mother.
If you are a fan of zombie survival shows like The Walking Dead, then you’ve already had some insight into what drives MGTOW in their own survival strategies. August Løvenskiolds looks for hope in the feminist apocalypse.
In addition to being the 800 lb. gorilla of the Men’s Human Rights Movement, AVFM is also MGTOW Central for many MHRAs who also happen to identify with that philosophy. John Hembling is one of those men, and he has a few things to say about going your own way and getting married.
The percentage of mothers killing their infant children, compared to fathers, is so overwhelming, as is our sociteal compulsion to issue women criminal passes, that we are dreaming up names for the act that imply the lives they take are not lives. Have we heard this before? Oh yeah.
Feminists are known for seeking changes to criminal laws that result in exonerating female criminals and more harshly targeting males, and politicians and lawmakers are comply. The result is madness, as Jim Muldoon shows in the case of Australian criminal law.
Every day millions of people in the UK, both online and in hard print, depend on tabloids to bring news of the day, events and a mirror of modern culture into their homes. Angry Harry thinks we need to take a hard look between the lines at their effects of the lives of everyday people.
Feminist discourse asserts that the non-feminist population is so immersed in “rape myths” that they are unable to recognize the crime of rape even when they are victims of it. Diana Davison reports on the work of Helen Reece, a remarkable researcher who is tackling the “rape-culture” question with logic instead of just agreeing for the sake of getting along.
Jeff McArthur if AM640 in Toronto seems like a well-meaning guy most of the time, but his uncritical acceptance of misandry in the legal system in Canada badly needs to be challenged. Canadian News & Activism Director Attila Vinczer steps up to the task.
During the early decades of the 20th century in the United States , and other countries, such as France, it was well-known that women were not subject to the same accountability in cases of homicide in which the victim was male as members of the opposite sex were. The only difference is today we don’t acknowledge it, even though it continues.
A researcher for The Week named Emily Shire recently wrote about the Men’s Human Rights Movement and A Voice for Men. She got some things right but, in our opinion, she also missed some critical things.