Who among us has not heard the snappy feminist retort, “All you have to do is look at government to see that men have all the power”? Surely the lack of women in government proves something is amiss. And it does. Women don’t run, so they don’t get elected, says Robert Franklin.
Men’s Human Rights Activists gather in Dayton for a press conference. In the early morning hours, an impromptu conversation begins.
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.
And so America “celebrates,” honors if you will, another Veterans Day, when we are supposed to express thanks for all the blood spilled and lives lost, instead of demanding an end to the carnage. This, however. is A Voice for Men, and Paul Elam wants no part in glorifying these human horrors.
The A Voice for Men community stepped up to help establish the first Men’s Rights group at Kennesaw State University, making it one of the first of what we believe will be a growing trend. Sage Gerard, AKA Victor Zen, has a report on the new group, and thanks for those who helped make it possible.
It is really simple. It does not take long to explain the importance, the irreplaceability of fathers. Suzanne Venker knows it, and lays the case down with succinct eloquence for readers of A Voice for Men.
While some women do get harassed on the streets. But how common is it actually? And, when is street harassment not street harassment? And, do men experience it as often as women do? Maybe even moreso? Jalon Cain, aka Aaron Sleazy, examines the matter.
“We live in a rape culture, and don’t you ever forget it, not even for one minute!” Robert St. Estephe explores the psychology of the sick minds who invent false rape accusations for their own pleasure and amusement.