In a stunning example of proxy violence from 1911, Robert St. Estephe brings us another example of the Unknown History of Misandry
These aren’t your average, Rush Limbaugh kind of feminazi clowns. And their intentions were to have far more impact than a modern rape claim. Some tidbits from the Unknown History of Misandry.
I didn’t even know she was divorcing me, I called the day she was getting married and told her I was buying her a house. She didn’t say a thing.
In today’s lesson from the Unknown History of Misandry, St. Estephe brings us a story that would likely be received in much different fashion than it was in 1893. Paul Elam comments.
Robert St. Estephe and Paul Elam have joined forces to provide MRM readers with historical facts presented alongside contemporary political commentary.
Was it gender feminists that created the message that men should shut up about their rights? Nope. It was a traditional message that just had the right kind of flair for feminists to use.
AVfM is proud to announce the addition of the Unknown History of Misandry as a regular feature to this website. We are thankful to Robert St. Estephe for this important contribution.
History is full of unlearned lessons. Robert St. Estephe points to some of the more significant ones in this review of newspaper articles from days past. A real eye-opener, this one. Thanks to Robert.
Most people assume that the men’s rights movement is a backlash of reaction to gender feminism of the 1960’s. Not so. Not even close. Robert St. Estephe tells our story here, with clarity and conviction. It is spectacular effort by a great writer, and is must reading for all MHRAs.