Typhon Blue recently offered up a response video to a bit of feminist claptrap posted to Tumblr. The short video inspired Paul Elam to write an article about it, and he did, after he quit laughing.
Japan is facing an enormous crisis created by low birth rates and an unwillingness to accept immigrants. The solution offered by some? More quotas for women into senior management positions in the workplace… and robots.
A family grieves and an Alabama community clamors for answers about the death of Christian Adamek, Those answers may be as heartbreaking as the untimely death of a young man. Paul Elam offers commentary on the tragedy.
We’ve all caught a really big fish before and no one believed us. Diana Davison isn’t going to say there wasn’t a fish, but she’s quite sure there is something fishy going on over at FreeThought Blogs, where only men rape and the only falsely accused men who matter are FreeThought Bloggers.
AVFM News Director Robert O’Hara brings us the tragic story of young Christian Adamek, a 15 year old Alabama high school student who streaked at a football game. When he saw what the school and the authorities were bringing at him, he hanged himself.
An enormous amount of footage was shot of the Men and Boys in Crisis rally in Toronto in late September. Various documentaries are being edited to help you feel what it was like to be there. Here’s one of the first, from Ontario MHRAs.
Since feminism has men’s best interests at heart, how could anyone think it needs any pushback at all? Come on now, there can’t be any real feminist evil can there?
The manicured fingers that once disrupted peaceful lectures by pulling one fire alarm after another are now stuffed into linty pockets. The fiery hair has been scalped and the chanty lips have gone silent – and a blessed silence it is.
Today, A Voice for Men and the National Coalition for Men launch the first in a series of videos designed to reach out to young men and women on our college campuses and let them know that for those who want men’s issues groups, there is help available.
The Huffington Post’s Michael Bolen got a surprising number of things right among a number of cheap shots recently. Dean Esmay has a report card.