Want to watch some feminists spin wildly like the final cycle on a washing machine?
The domestic violence industry, and the politicians who engage in the issues associated with it, speak in a specialized language both among themselves and to the larger public that constitute shibboleths with unquestioned dogmas. Ron Collins has a look.
A radical terrorist group in Nigeria has been kidnapping girls and everyone is in an uproar. But they’ve been doing more than kidnapping girls, which no one appears to care about. Ali Mehraspand explains.
Do feminists actually want fewer women to be raped, murderered, or otherwise killed? Jack Goodfellow doesn’t think so, and explains why.
Paul Cavanaugh, Assistant District Attorney (ADA) in Hancock and Washington Counties, Maine, wants to become the new District Attorney, replacing his boss Carletta Bassano, who had the good sense not to run for re-election. Unfortunately for the citizens of Maine, Cavanaugh’s record suggests quite strongly that all he has to offer is more of the same: …
Barbarossa takes on the question of whether there should be taxpayer funded services to help abused men, and challenges standard libertarian thinking on the matter.
Victor Zen continues his book reviews by touching on the polarizing and groundbreaking book Men on Strike by psychologist Dr. Helen Smith.
When an adult gets into bed with another adult, this is understood. None of this is understood by a teenager who is kept from the world, or a “juvenile delinquent” getting a lap dance from a grown female prison guard. B.R. Merrick has much to say on the topic.
Men’s Rights Activists are increasingly raising their visibility in the mainstream media. Mike Buchanan notes one recent item in Wales.