ESPN’s Kate Fagan thinks men have to be “reprogrammed,” with no apparent thought to the bigotry of her views.
Dowry law is one area of Indian law that many have acknowledged as a real problem, but Virag Dhulia notes that this only scratches the surface of the problem.
The Swedish government appears to be trying to change the historical record on old documents to cover its tracks, according to William Andersson of AVfM Sweden.
More stuff you’re not supposed to say in public, said in public by Redonkulas.com
You must learn to feel guilty, and then you will be guilty. Or this appears to be the modus operandum of many who oppose the Men’s Human Rights Movement. Tom Golden explores this further.
You must learn to feel guilty, and then you will be guilty. Or this appears to be the modus operandum of many who oppose the Men’s Human Rights Movement.
Nadine O’Connor was the brains, the braun and the balls behind a controversial ad, which directly questioned a woman’s automatic, unquestioned power in family law, taking on Kate Winslet and planning to take on other beloved Hollywood child abusers.
Of course the title to this article carries with it a bit of levity; a touch of humor. Perhaps offensive to some. That is human nature; a way to help people cope with matters that are anything but funny, like what is happening in Canada right now, with the wholesale legal disenfranchisement of men.
The vexing lack of gratitude from feminists on the “progress” of women pales in comparison to the problems that “progress” is causing. Kalan Chinuck follows feminism to the inevitable conclusion of complex solutions.
In Germany moves are currently underway to pressure the voting public into electing more female politicians in the name of equal rights. Jon Gunnarsson explains that the move is more about gaining equal outcome than equal rights.