Dan Perrins is calling men’s rights advocates to action. The Toronto Police Services have, yet again, erased male victims from a criminal investigation and need to be reminded that men are people too.
Dartmouth College apparently thinks it’s OK to talk about expelling boys just because some girl said he should be. We have a problem with that. So should you.
B.R. Merrick looks at the subtle ways in which Hollywood has, for decades, bathed itself in cultural misandry, from what’s on the screen right down to the most obscure sound effects.
Feminist governance seems always to promote imbalance, dishonesty and spin. Mike Buchanan of Justice for Men and Boys brings a few sterling examples.
A young woman recently wrote to a number of male contributors to this site. Managing Editor Dean Esmay has penned an open letter response to her, and to any others who may share her kneejerk reactions, in the hopes that they may overcome their prejudices.
Jason Gregory has a fetish. When no one is looking he indulges in the empty calories of so-called feminist philosophy, then he purges by regurgitating his experiences. It’s okay, Jason, we feel your pain.
Clint Carpentier takes a moment to reflect on the what separates champions from losers, survivors from failures, and sane people from feminists. It turns out that the answer isn’t that hard to find.
The current Administration in Washington is getting ready to start a major crackdown on rape of “students” (read; women) on college campuses. Jonah Moser has some suggestions for the White House on how to improve its policies.
What happens when angry women take to the streets? Mark Twain once said that “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”
Amit Desphande recently attended a lecture given by a prominent Indian feminist. To our non-surprise, he got to ask no questions, but he does have some keen observations.