Now that feminists are suing for peace, opening a dialogue with feminist men’s groups like the 200 year-old “Good Men Project” seems a good first step. Our Senior Editor Peter Wright joins the celebrations.
The government of British Columbia sets aside tens of millions of dollars to address domestic violence problems every year, but feminist and DV advocate Daisy Kler considers it an inadequate amount. Diana Davison and John Hembling expose the blatant hypocrisy and double standards.
It is becoming a sad routine in western culture. A women commits a crime. She is clearly guilty. But the state has a problem with prosecuting. She has a vagina, therefore she is the real victim. Society and the real victim’s victim both lose.