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Men’s Rights versus Feminism explained using magnets

Men’s Rights activists seek to bring awareness to how men are acted upon by society, acted upon by other men and acted upon by women. They are opposed by feminists who think that bringing attention to how men are acted upon will take something away from women. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.

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Breaking the pendulum: Tradcons vs. Feminists

Is the Men’s Human Rights Movement a “backlash” or an effort to “swing the pendulum back?” No, says AVFM Managing Editor Dean Esmay. It’s an effort to smash the pendulum and throw it away completely. It is a defining piece for the MHRM.

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Traffic to AVFM has been buzzing for quite a while now. Paul Elam takes a moment to welcome to new readers, and to explain to them why they are here.

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It’s time for the manosphere to mend bridges with the MHRM

As part of the filming process for The Sarkeesian Effect, Jordan Owen and I attended the Kennesaw State University’s Men’s conference, Male Students in Peril, in November—and to be honest, I was mildly skeptical going in. The split between the manosphere and the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM) occurred several years ago, and while I […]

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The problem with “We need more women in—”

A radical thought: that all should be held to the same expectations, work should be judged on its merit, and that a qualified potential employee should be given the same consideration regardless of sex.

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The Ms. Ann syndrome

Mumia Ali lays out his particular take on the psychology of the Black feminist, where it comes from, and, finally, how it manifests in real time—what he refers to as the Ms. Ann syndrome.

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Women: Power in the past

For once, we see a video that is exceptional for its non-stupidity on the subject of the role and power of women (and men) in history.

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