News week in review Aug. 19-26

Welcome to another Week in Review, brought to you by AVFM.

Item: The Vile Tweet Dr. Phil Deleted.

This first tidbit comes from our old friend Dr. Phil who is now on the run from a feminist lynching simply because he asked the question: “If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her?” It makes one wonder how many hypocrites answered no to that when almost every man has had consensual sex with a woman who has been drinking of her own volition.

Item: Man grabs girl’s arm, now he’s a sex offender.

That’s right, if you are an adult male and you grab a girl’s arm in an attempt to admonish her for running out in front of a moving car that you were driving you will end up on the sex offenders list.  Perhaps he should have just run her over.  He likely would not even have gotten a ticket as she was jaywalking.

Item: Woman inspector ‘humiliated’ by failing riot test wins up to £30K.

Millions of men throughout history have failed to pass certain physical tests that their employment depends upon.  It has always been met with acceptance because, lets face it, there are some jobs you simply should not be allowed to perform if you do not pass the physical requirements.  Of course if you are a woman you don’t have to take failing a test sitting down.  You can simply say you were humiliated and earn 30,000 pounds in a UK court for feeling ‘humiliated’ because you were 51 years old and could not pass a test that many men could not pass if they were 30.

Item: AVFM secured an interview with T.J. Kirk, AKA The Amazing Atheist regarding his recent brush with YouTube censorship of some of his anti-feminist videos.

Item: Trapped in trauma: Male victims confront sexual assault in the military.

In a rare instance, a major media outlet actually published a story about male victims of sexual assault in the military.  They even broke the age-old taboo of acknowledging that over half of all sexual assault victims in the military were male.  Kudos to Leonora LaPeter Anton of the Tampa Bay Times.

Item: Ten-year-old girl charged with raping 4-year-old boy.

“I’ve never dealt with a child this young being accused of a crime,” said Quanell X, who is working with Ashley’s family.

“In fact this was nothing more than inappropriate horseplay that has now led to a child that is ten years old being charged with aggravated rape.”

One wonders what Quanell X would say if it were a 10-year-old boy who was charged with raping a 4-year-old girl.

Item: New discovery of a matriarchal society unearthed.

Amazingly, it was brutal and murderous. But we thought women were the nurturing loving ones, and weren’t brutal and domineering like Patriarchy?

Item: Feminists plan major Wikipedia censorship/propaganda campaign.

Apparently, the fact that most Wikipedia contributors are male is just too much for these folks.  Their answer to the problem?  Just mob Wikipedia with a major campaign of editing and contributing until Wikipedia says what they want it to say.

Item: MRA Edmonton covers Edmonton Slut Walk.

Wonderful coverage of Slutwalk from our friends at MRA Edmonton. To be featured on AVFM News and Activism radio show Tuesday night. Tune in!

Item: Grass eating man speaks out for the first time in western media.

Youtuber LifeAfterWomen (LAW) gives us, for the first time ever, an interview with a self-identified grass-eater from Japan. MGTOW is definitely a worldwide phenomenon.

Item: August 26th was U.S. National Women’s Equality Day.

National Women’s Equality Day commemorates the day in 1920 when women’s suffrage became law.

Perhaps someday American men will have an “equality day” as well – you know, to commemorate that day in the far, far future when women are compelled to sign up for Selective Service (the military draft) in order to get those same voting rights, too.


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