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The myth of rape myths

Feminist discourse asserts that the non-feminist population is so immersed in “rape myths” that they are unable to recognize the crime of rape even when they are victims of it. Diana Davison reports on the work of Helen Reece, a remarkable researcher who is tackling the “rape-culture” question with logic instead of just agreeing for the sake of getting along.

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Radfem Hub: the underbelly of a hate movement

A shocking expose, complete with details and the identities of individuals obsessed with power, supremacy and murder. This classic report by Robert O’Hara and “Agent Orange” should be read by anyone who claims that feminism is just a benign movement for equality.

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Welcome to AVFM

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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The Art of Being Bold

Muhammad Ali is a special person not only for his talent, not only for the art of his craft, but for demonstrating to us all that it takes only one person to make a difference – something that requires boldness. Like Ali, we need more people who refuse to go to the back of the bus.

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Conference Reflections: A Young Woman Becomes an MRA

Why didn’t feminists want our first conference to happen? Maybe they didn’t want young women like Ellen Fishbein to hear our message. Seeing the effect we had on one young woman who braved the crowd and swam against the tide, we can see why.

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