Men historically have carried a highly disparate gender burden of working to provide money for women. Women seeking from men expensive goods (dinners at fine restaurants, diamond rings, fancy dresses, etc.) contributes to this structural gender oppression of men. One distraught man recently described gender-typical difficulties in his relationship with his wife: She came from a family …
My article, Some of us are more equal than others was published only a couple of days ago. The major focus of my article was the way in which the media promotes the lie that women stood side by side with men in the trenches and on the battlefields in past wars and suffered through …
I recently mentioned to a friend that feminist verbiage amounts to little more than organized female nagging — the endless attempt to shame & guilt men into serving women. Is it any wonder that feminist street placards emphasise “having a voice,” “women speaking up,” “not being silenced,” and “speaking out”? These phrases are nothing more …
Castelloza (13th c.) speaks out against the presumption of female superiority and male servitude
We love it when young university educated women sign petitions to end female suffrage. The results of a good solid feminist education.
Mark Dent gives a review of E.B. Bax’s book The Fraud of Feminism
Today the notion of a woman displaying faithful devotion to her man is considered anathema. But as Douglas Galbi reveals it was not always the case in the past.
Eva Barb gives The Book of Wicked Wife the red pill treatment.
Feminist spin would have us believe that men’s rights advocacy is little more than a backlash against modern feminism. Peter Wright unearths a deeper history to the movement.