Manufactured victimhood is a lot of things. It is a trigger for human protective instincts. It is political power. It is an agenda. It is mental illness. It is the foundation of a sick society that ultimately destroys its own freedoms. It’s also a good reason to identify manufactured victims and fuck their shit up.
Sam Allouba is committed to equal rights for both men and women. He explored feminism thoroughly and discovered that the heavy anti-male bias there was contrary to equality. Undaunted by their hatred, he decided to look further.
A group of men from Edmonton, Alberta, including sociologist Barret Weber, made themselves a Youtube video expressing ideas that they were passionate about. They also disabled comments and ratings on the video. This is what a feminist looks like.
A Voice for Men has had a magnificent response to the Good Meme Project request to submit memes to the website. This is one of many that will be posted in the days ahead. Enjoy and pass it on.
Did you know reporting on a dead woman’s age and risky behavior is sexist, patriarchal misogyny now? Janet Bloomfield updates us.
British columnist Peter Lloyd brings us the unfortunate news of yet another round of misguided attempts by the feminists establishment to demonize male sexuality.
Purple-pill Cathy Young thinks men’s human rights activists need to be nicer. August Løvenskiolds is nice enough to reply.
Ty Henry points out some glaring double standards in the coverage of the sports world when it comes to rape and female-perpetuated domestic violence… even against other women. Female athlete shoots at her female partner’s vehicle and beats on it with a bat? Mums the word! Henry puts out another another call to activism for the MRA community to end the silence.
Demonizing a class of people for the crimes of a few is the hallmark of hate, and the tool of racists, sexists, and…feminists? Our gynocentric culture is quietly accepting of the routine hatred of men as a class, but awareness of this insidious malady is starting to spread, and Janet Bloomfield has had just about enough of it. Oh, boy, has she. Watch out, haters, the Judgy Bitch is in the house.
Erin Pizzey founded the first nationally and internationally recognized refuge for battered wives in England in 1971. She has two children and two grandchildren from her first marriage. Here she shares with the AVfM audience serial excerpts from her seminal work on domestic abuse, “Prone to Violence.” This installment: Chapter 1, The Way We See It.