India is an important front in the fight for Men’s Rights. What we’ve seen from India? Insanely misandrist ideas like paying women to beat their husbands, refusing to feed impoverished men because they’re men and repealing laws to protect men and boys from female sexual predators. AVfM needs feet on the ground in India and those feet now belong to the very competent Anil Kumar. Join us in welcoming him!
News sources in Canada explode with coverage of Men’s Rigths Edmonton’s “Don’t Be That Girl” poster campaign is targeted by campus feminists at the University of Alberta. Fallout is expected to be huge. But will it have a positive outcome for the MHRM? That just might be up to you.
The United States Constitution includes assurances against violation of citizens’ personal freedoms, including freedom from unlawful search and seizure. Police in Nevada decided that investigation of a domestic violence report supersedes all of those rights. Was the Violence Against Women act intended to fight alleged abuse with abuse of power? Do we even need to ask?
BBC Women’s hour presents an information session on male victims of domestic violence. Well, no, actually, they don’t. They present a MISinformation session on how to perpetuate domestic violence apologia, blame victims for their own abuse and marginalize already marginalized group–male victims of domestic violence. Is anyone surprised at this point?
Forty percent of India’s population – millions of people – are impoverished. The nation has an epidemic of hunger, and thousands of homeless, mostly men. The government has decided to address the issue by initiating a food stamp program. The problem? They’re only giving food stamps to each household’s eldest female resident. This will leave thousands of men starving.
Flawed methodology, bad accounting and outright omissions in HRW’s scathing report on Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department’s handling of sexual assault cases exposed in an independent report by Washington law firm. Is a Brazilian Bikini Wax rape? It appears we can include whole organizations in the definition of “rapetard”.
Is Mary Kellet throwing the Washington County Sheriff under the bus to cover her crimes? Mary Kellett, the disgraced but still employed prosecutor from Ellsworth, Maine, who has a history of flimsy, fraudulent prosecutions against innocent men, may be looking for a scapegoat as she approaches judgement day at the State Supreme Court.
Senator John McCain is apparently doing his job as a public servant and is confronting the Department of Justice and the Department of Education about a policy clearly intended to rob young college men of due process of law, if they happen to offend someone by saying the wrong thing. AVfM is strictly nonpartisan, but when a politician gets something right we take note of it. So does NCFM.
Senator John McCain publicly calls out the Department of Justice and the Department of Education on the rapidly eroding constitutional right of college students, administrators and faculty. In a bold move he sends an open letter to the D.O.J. demanding an explanation for their actions.
Recently, the African Circumcision Advisory Committee acquired a new member, Kennedy Owino, a Kenyan native. Owino is a member of The Intact Network and helps run its chapter in Kenya. Recently AVFM’s Robert O’Hara interviewed Owino in order to give readers an idea of just what is happening on the ground in Africa on circumcision as a political issue.