Gonzo Historian Robert St. Estephe, author of the indispensible “Unknown History of Misandry” weblog, returns with another entry on the history of violence committed by women, and society’s tendency to excuse it and even make allowances. This one will really make your head spin: a 1922 proposal to just make it legal for women to kill.
For the history-minded among us, this piece by professor Amy Kelly reveals the taproot of our gender malaise
Men’s historical social and political disadvantages
Public provision of sex? In the best interest of men and equality of course
In 1851 a women’s magazine published an article mocking a Men’s Rights Convention.