ABC 20/20’s Alyssa Pry and Alexia Valiente appear to need a lesson in Journalism 101. JudgyBitch, who doesn’t even have a degree in journalism, educates them on the basics of what it takes to get a credible piece in a High School newspaper, let alone the prestigious 20/20. Who the hell hired these reporters? Does ABC even employ fact-checkers?
A Voice For Men Contributing Editor Karen Straughan, aka Girl Writes What, has had the most popular YouTube video on feminism for the last couple of years. This classic essay and video by her remain required reading/viewing for anyone who wants to understand the Men’s Human Rights Movement’s criticisms of feminism.
The American Broadcasting Company is broadcasting a show on A Voice for Men and Paul Elam this week on its venerable and venerated show, 20/20. To welcome 20/20’s readers, we will be reprinting some of the very best material ever to appear on A Voice for Men, to help those new to the Men’s Human Rights Movement really understand where we are coming from. We start with a classic video from CyberSaint.
“Our kitchen was classic 1970s avocado green. Blood was everywhere, the floors, the refrigerator, the phone, the counters. Red on green makes black. I was 7-years old. I watched them put my Dad in the back of the ambulance. The neighbors, in bathrobes and pajamas, had lined the block.”
You’re a creep if you look at her. You’re a creep if you don’t. You’re a creep if you hit on her. You’re a creep if you don’t. What it all boils down to, according to Jalon Cain, is the expectation that men hold all the responsibility. But what if men stopped playing the game?
The UK media recently reported what you have been hearing here at A Voice for Men for years. More men are the victims of rape than women. And now the media is talking about it. Paul Elam is not so quick to give them cookies and milk as a reward.
Studio Brulé continues to do excellent documentary work. Here’s a great roundup of things you may have missed. We hope to see you all at the next event!
The National Coalition for Men has issued a warning and advisory to fraternity groups on American campuses regarding what can happen to them and their members in the current climate of misandry and rape hysteria. Please read and pass along to anyone you know currently involved in a university.
That we live in a gynocentric culture is not rationally disputable to anyone who looks around with open eyes. Many thinkers believe this elevation of women, and the rampant male disposability that goes with it, has been central to the human race for millions of years. But does history bear that interpretation up?
Despite reports you may have read to the contrary, the rally at Queen’s Park in Toronto was much bigger than anticipated, and had an impact that will be reverberating for years to come. Agent Green of Men’s Human Rights Ontario has a report.