A cornerstone of the Men’s Human Rights Movement is Men Going Their Own Way. Peter Wright was recently taken by a conversation between Paul Elam and Dean Esmay on this, and transcribed portions he hopes all within the movement will read.
One of the feminist narratives which angers me the most is that men are inherently violent, and that if more women were in charge of countries, we’d see fewer armed conflicts. Given the readiness with which some women manipulate men to assault and even kill men who’ve displeased them – “violence by proxy” – it …
Dr. Edward Kruk, author of the book “The Equal Parent Presumption” and newly elected President of the International Council on Shared Parenting will join CAFE at the University of Toronto Friday, March 21
Elizabeth Sheehy and other ideological “scholars” are playing a dangerous game excusing murder when it’s committed by women against men. But in the end, they may discover that they’ve begun the process of excusing murder of women as well.
Last week Dr. Stephen Baskerville was kind enough to invite Robert O’Hara into his home for an interview. He is a professor at Patrick Henry College and author of “Taken Into Custody.”
Professor Osulle Pmi-Samoht, Professor of Women’s Studies, has been prevented by patriarchal forces from publishing her thesis on Feminism and Calculus. We publish it here so no one may ever be able to say AVfM is unwilling to White Knight for The Sisterhood!
MGTOW, Men Going Their Own Way, are increasingly prevalent in our culture. Some are not even aware of what MGTOW is, but are MGTOW by default. The “scary” part? The fact that an increasing number are aware of exactly why they’re doing it.
Most films examining the issue of rape work from the hateful gender ideologue perspective of men as perpetrators and women as victims. Chris Deslone has noticed a documentary filmmaker who may be working to break that mold.
19th Century socialist and social philosopher E. Balfort Bax was a maverick amongst this contemporaries, but his words often remain eerily relevant to today’s world.