While commonly accepted gender theories view women’s issues through a lens of oppression, Jewel Eldora contends that men’s issues are best viewed through the lens of derogation
Taking the red pill can mean many things to many people. With the release of the Red Pill Documentary, Peter Wright takes us on a trip down memory lane to look at what it means for AVfM and the Men’s Human Rights Movement.
Raising boys in a homeschooling environment so they retain their masculinity
Huge numbers of males are raped in Cambodia. So why do these horrific crimes remain largely ignored by rights organizations and the media?
Sage Gerard. Watch and listen, you will be moved.
Tom Golden starts a discussion about the connection of male sex roles with gynocentrism and how our zest to push boys into male sex roles is training them to be gynocentric foot soldiers.
Although boys are the most frequent target of online bullying, and a great deal of cyberbullying is done by girls, the Canadian government seems to think only girls should be protected.
In a recent Independent article Yvette Cooper laments that girls are routinely called “whore, bitch, slag, slut,” by boys, have their shirts forcibly undone, their skirts lifted and held up by groups of boys, and have half-naked photos shared around as acts of revenge by gangs of misogynistic boys. Josh O’Brien calls bullshit.
It’s plausible to think that ignoring the murdered boys, and paying extra attention to the kidnapped girls in Nigeria is merely because the latter are still alive and can be potentially saved. But, do you seriously think that if a terrorist group captured 200 boys and slaughtered thousands of girls, the headlines would be #bringbackourboys?
Blind insistence on equality in all spheres is not only foolhardy, but some cases dangerous. James Williams reports on the growing practice of political correctness in the military and the lowering of physical fitness standards.