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Proposed: How a smaller, less intrusive government would forward the interests of men

Western governments are more and more intrusive on private decisions, and modern feminists strongly influence their actions and propaganda from their positions in academia, government, and non-profits. Restricting government’s powers to interfere in private decisions and control media would give privacy more room, and men would benefit.

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Boys raped more often than girls

Who’s raped more often, boys or girls? Turns out, it’s boys. And who does the raping? Looks like it’s a tossup between men and women. Don’t believe it? Psychotherapist Tom Golden looks at the research. Please share this article far and wide.

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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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Will the artificial womb bring about men’s liberation?

MHRAs often discuss reproductive technologies that might bring men a greater level of choice in whether they become fathers. A related topic, “artificial wombs,” promises to empower men while releasing women from the (supposedly) oppressive responsibility of having a larger share of legal power over reproduction.

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The audacity to criticize Hope

Sports media figures break the silence on women’s domestic violence. It’s about time. Applause for Christine Brennan!

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