Women’s rape fantasies. Are they a symptom of “patriarchal culture?” Are they dangerous? No, they’re just fantasies, and those who have them shouldn’t be shamed, accordig to Dr. David Ley.
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Men’s Rights activists seek to bring awareness to how men are acted upon by society, acted upon by other men and acted upon by women. They are opposed by feminists who think that bringing attention to how men are acted upon will take something away from women. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.
The field of psychotherapy and counseling is a professional endeavor purportedly for the emotional and psychological well being of all human beings. Not so fast, says AVFM founder and publisher Paul Elam. The field is not exactly what it seems.
The American Broadcasting Company is broadcasting a show on A Voice for Men and Paul Elam this week on its venerable and venerated show, 20/20. To welcome 20/20’s readers, we will be reprinting some of the very best material ever to appear on A Voice for Men, to help those new to the Men’s Human Rights Movement really understand where we are coming from. We start with a classic video from CyberSaint.
Feminist-inspired psychologists have invented a tool for assessing male behavioral norms. Tom Golden wonders if it adds anything new to understanding gender since the days of nursery rhymes?
Renowned psychotherapist Tom Golden returns with Part 3 in his groundbreaking series on Misandry in Psychology. This time he addresses the taboo issue: men being forced into parenthood. Women have legal protections that allow them to separate consent to sex from consent to parenthood. So why don’t men? [Illustration by Typhonblue]
Why do we fall in love? Our analysis of the issues surrounding Men Going Their Own Way continues with Peter Wright’s overview into the nature of attachment and why humans are so fond of each other. The science about attachment that he reveals may surprise you and this historical context of just why we believe what we believe about men’s sexuality will definitely enlighten.
Psychotherapist Tom Golden brings us the second part of a four-part series of articles about the bias against men and boys in psychological research, along with a video companion to the series. This one is a keeper for your reference library. Original image courtesy of Typhon Blue.
Psychotherapist Tom Golden has spent many years treating men in need of help. He finds much of his own profession greatly lacking both in terms of how they treat men who are suffering, but even in how they bother to research men’s issues. He begins his exploration here in Part 1 of an ongoing series: Misandry in Psychology.
Female Rapists, versus, the Helpless Female and the Demonic Male: One of the more taboo areas in modern culture. AVfM proudly reprints a classic by contributor Typhon Blue.