One man in West Virginia refuses to give up on the routine abuse of children by family court judges. While the disgrace to the bench known as Michael J. Kelly is one of the first, we predict he won’t be the last Family Court judge to be exposed as a corrupt fascist.
SAVE scores with the \removal of KFC’s “Hot Shot” ads. SAVE thanks supporters. However, SAVE will not be satisfied until an apology is issued and donations are made.
Think you know what’s going on with gang-rape in India based on headlines? As Anil Kumar notes, the truth is more complex, and the sexual repression enforced by the culture often puts young couples in dangerous situations.
Slut walks, grass eating men, 10 year old female rapists and much more featured in News Week in Review. Dr. Phil and his rapey-tweet make a guest appearance.
West Virginia’s notoriously corrupt judiciary, no better exemplified than the abusive Michael J. Kelly, continues its harassment of a publisher that dares criticize them–using his son as a weapon.
The folks up at CAFE are making headway with their funding of the Men’s Centre. Already at the halfway point and expected to meet their goal of 50,000 soon! A membership drive is also in the works.
Anil Kumar generously shares images from the Fifth Annual Men’s Rights Conference. MhRAs in India are light years ahead of MRAs in other parts of the world when it comes to networking and making a difference!
On August 6, the Governor of the state of Illinois signed four new domestic violence laws into effect – laws that appear to be gender-neutral. Chris Deslone of @mensrightsrdt shares the details.
A new weekly feature of AVFM, the “News Week in review” will highlight important news stories from within and outside the manosphere. Look for it every week on Monday or Tuesday so you can keep on top of things.
Next weekend men’s rights activists will converge in the city of Nagpur in Central India to hold the fifth Annual Men’s Rights Meet. Over 1000 will attend and over 40,000 will be represented.