He had an erection. So that means he was asking for it, right?
Sexual Assault on Men
Critics of the Men’s Human Rights Movement have often tarred us as misogynistic. Ayami Tyndall looks at why, and concludes that what the critics really fear is actual equality under the law.
“Campus Climate” surveys of sexual predation in the United States share a fatal flaw: erasing most male victims.
Lynne MacDonell of MaleSurvivor.org recently gave a speech that required police protection just to be delivered. What did she say that was so controversial? Sammy Allouba has a report.
The Canadian Association for Equality recently hosted the following presentation, filmed by Studio Brule.
What does a child molester look like? If you have any brains you’ll realize you can’t answer that question by looking at someone. Nor can you tell by their sex, despite what dishonestly manipulated statistics may tell you.
Hanna Rosin has recently discovered what Men’s Rights Activists have known for years. Joe Wilson gives her some grudging respect for it.
In the ongoing math-debate over rape statistics it appears we have a new winner of the creative math award. Charles Clymer has succeeded in crafting mathematical formulae that would leave even Einstein stumped.
Reduced sentencing for female perpetrators is common. Ty Henry requests MoveOn.org help do something about it. Will they help address this problem?
The intensity over the social handling of rape and other sexual crimes intensifies as more and more proponents for more inclusive and fact based treatment of the problem find their voices. This has been especially evident in recent days with the clashing of feminist and anti-feminist forces. Paul Elam adds his voice to the mix.