Robert St. Estephe is a very nice person, even though he says he is not. How can he not be nice? He took time out of his very busy day unearthing long buried facts that get in the way of feminist revisionism in order to make us a meme with his very own hands. Not nice? Pshaw! Robert is a very nice man indeed!
This video shows a police office trying to make an arrest on a batshit crazy woman. What is the last thing he needed? Another batshit crazy woman and a batshit crazy white knight to give him grief. Well, that is exactly what he got.
Like the flu sweeping through a densely packed workplace during the height of the season, the feminist narrative, warts and all, has a way of spreading through all our established institutions. Sports commentary is no exception. It seems wherever you have men, you have white knights. And man, are they ever full of it.
Sage Gerard (aka Victor Zen) has some questions for the men who say A Voice for Men endorses and encourages “patriarchy” and “rape culture.” We somehow doubt they’ll respond to anything he says or asks about in a straightforward and non-evasive way, but hope springs eternal and all that.
Ally Fogg is not a feminist. In other news David Duke is not a racist. Hillary Clinton had to evade sniper fire in Bosnia. Pete Rose never bet on baseball and Al Gore invented the internet. Well, at least Elly Tams is here with something that rings true.
Welcome to the disruptive world of facts, the world of Gonzo History. Today, Robert St. Estephe dedicates his work to dedicated to R. Tod Kelly, Alyssa Pry, Alexia Valiente and Elizabeth Vargas, the group of mainstream journalists who managed to miss the point entirely of the Men’s Human Rights Movement, all without a lot of help.
Jason Thibeault recently whined across the Twittersphere that AVFM had libeled him because we pointed out that he admitted to rape by his own feminist standards. Well, he just made it worse.
Gregg Simms joins a long list of writers from the Good Men Project who have appointed themselves official spokesman for how to respect women. And you can learn from him if you can put up with the abuse.
Feminist men were left in a mad power scramble when their titular King Hugo abdicated his throne. JudgyBitch Janet Bloomfield offers her gentle advice to the confused.
Men are sold the line that they can be equal partners in the egalitarian movement feminism claims to be, but males are forbidden to be real feminists and must settle for the title of Wannabe.