With the recent publication of my novel, Oh Hell, inspired by the suicide of Thomas Ball in June 2011, it seemed right to update an article that appeared here just over one year ago, entitled, Only one thing left…. (Oh Hell spoiler alert.) Shortly after Thomas James Ball’s death on June 15th, 2011, I read …
Men of India face the ordeal of losing both their wealth and sanity under a misandric legal system. The Confidare Men’s Rights Community Center at Bangalore recently conducted a seminar to help.
Again, Indian MHRAs are showing us how it is done! They are actually burning effigies of government officials and otherwise making a glorious nuisance of themselves.
The practice of corrupt judges destroying marriages and families for profit goes back at least as far as the early days of the American republic. Another great find by Robert St. Estephe.
A new bill is being proposed in India, the “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Law”. A Voice for Men welcomes new contributor Burt Phoenix, who details its corrupt nature its impact on men.
August Løvenskiolds throws a question into the MGTOW ring. If a savvy, monied man can’t chose the right woman, what chance does the average man have? And why make it worse by shaming Mr. Average for throwing in the towel when Mr. Ultra Successful gets KO’d in the first round at Divorce Court?
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.
When human beings are brutalized in a society which lacks a legal framework for redress, a population will develop alternative forms of redress. Retributive violence is, in my opinion, a very bad option – to be avoided – but it is a probable outcome of the dysfunction and abrogation of legal and political redress of grievance.
Social commentators continue to regurgitate the popular message that men are failures for opting out of marriage version 2.0 – where women (but not men) can exit at any time, retaining their partner’s income while disposing of his person. This message coupled with various imperatives to man up and be the cash, labour and sperm dispenser that would make a Victorian era patriarch proud. The nearly universal message that any male self actualization not of utility to a woman is shameful.
We are the ones putting an end to oppressive gender roles. So I suggest that is what we let them know, and that we point out to them exactly why they are nothing more than a continuation of the old paradigm, enforced with shame and bullets.