Ally Fogg is not a feminist. In other news David Duke is not a racist. Hillary Clinton had to evade sniper fire in Bosnia. Pete Rose never bet on baseball and Al Gore invented the internet. Well, at least Elly Tams is here with something that rings true.
Paul Elam woke up and checked his email. The last thing he was expecting was an inquiry from three high school girls about sexism in the media. He answered them right away, and decided it was worth sharing with everyone.
Sometimes, people who spend a lot of time bashing men say nice things about them. John Hembling says “no thanks, not interested.”
Are you an Australian, British, or Canadian man who is or has been in an abusive relationship with a female spouse or partner? If so, we need your help.
Right, left and centrist governments each tend to fall prey to expansionism by withdrawing power, money and freedom from individuals, and accruing it to themselves and their institutions. Kalan Chinuck suggests that courting of partisan politics will not solve the increasingly oppressive power of governments today; he points to alternative ways to help usher in the revolution.
Over the past few months, this story has played out over and over again in the media: men confronting an unwanted pregnancy slip their partners abortion drugs to end the pregnancy. Is it OK for men to do that? No. But Janet Bloomfield has a perspective on it you won’t hear in mainstream sources.
Misandrist academics like Mary Koss are not questioned publicly often enough. Diana Davison isn’t afraid to call her out.
Today more and more men are opting out of society’s restrictive male roles and going their own way, but some women are finding it difficult to adjust to the trend because they are not used to men living outside of the plans, grace and favour of women. Anja Eriud encourages men to keep going their own way.
Suzanne Venker wrote an article about the importance of fathers in the lives of children. It was published at the Good Men Project, and was just as quickly taken down with the assurance that no one at GMP agreed with her. They finally got real about who they are, says Paul Elam