Men’s Issues

Alive! See A man Shrinking Before Your Very Eyes

Long before CGI, humans being menaced by giant creatures they had previously dwarfed had great cinematic allure.  In particular, the 1950’s were rife with science fiction films involving tiny creatures grown gigantic.  To wit:   YEAR             CREATURE(S)              TITLE 1954                 Ant                               Them! 1956                 Tarantula                       Tarantula 1957                 Scorpion                       The Black Scorpion 1957                 Grasshopper                 Beginning of …

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Interview with Peter Wright on traditional vs. feminist gynocentrisms (and other topics)

◙VM: Hey Peter, thanks for agreeing to the interview. ◙VM: You are well known, as far as I can see, within the MRM for your advocacy against gynocentrism. You point out the aspects of society and the cultures of the world, historically and in the present day, that enable and promote gynocentrism in one way …

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Haiti raises men’s and boys’ issues at the United Nations Human Rights Council

I have recently been in contact with a representative of the Government of the Republic of Haiti who advised that they raised men’s and boys’ issues at the United Nations Human Rights Council. The representative strongly believes this is the first time that men’s and boys’ issues have been raised at the Human Rights Council. …

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Domestic Abuse is a Men’s Issue, Too (National Conference on Men’s Issues)

[Note added 6 June: Regrettably we have had to change the timetable, as the video received from Professor Nicola Graham-Kevan had a technical problem. She is going to film another and we’ll publish it as soon as it’s available.]   The first National Conference on Men’s Issues, Domestic Abuse is a Men’s Issue Too, will …

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