The following is a republished article from 2016 showing how International Men’s Day was started by a Men’s Rights Activist (MRA), and how feminists tried to stop him.
You probably understand that construction workers are hard workers. But do you realize that many men are continually engaged in erection labor? Women have no idea how draining men’s natural reproductive functioning can be. Men’s reproductive labor is less visible and less appreciated than women’s reproductive labor. The raucous medieval French text Les Quinze joyes …
I’ve got no problem with people wanting to ignore the fact that every civilization on the planet is defended by men. However, I take issue with feminists claiming that violence is a masculine trait. Note that I understand men use violence to protect others but that is not the type of violence feminists are referring to. They are talking about random and sadistic violence. They are talking about men who beat their wives and children simply because they can. Feminists put out commercials on national television, calling them “public service announcements”, which depict men beating women for spilling coffee and claim this scenario to be the norm for everyday families.
Men only. That’s the law on Mount Athos, Greece. As always at A Voice for Men we insist on both or neither. With so many places now forbidden to men it’s nice to know there are still a few places men can go for quiet contemplation amongst their fellows. If you’re just interested in talking …
When ‘soccer moms’ enroll boys in aggressive team sports to provide an outlet for male testosterone, are they helping boys to release aggression or rather creating an aggressive attitude that will need to draw upon the hormone to fuel it? Renown biologist Robert Sapolsky has some uncomfortable answers.
The Men and Boys Wellbeing Conference 2023 will be on 9 September 2023 at the: Christian Campground 60 Pohutukawa Avenue Ohope Beach, 3121 New Zealand I’ll be speaking on gynocentrism, male disposability, misandry and the feminist historical narrative. The featured image depicts Ohope Beach from the air.