AVFM News and Activism: A Prison of Misandry

Tonight on AVFM News and Activism we have as our guest prisoners rights activist Deborah Kendrick.  We will be discussing with her conditions men face in prisons, non violent criminals in prison and how society deals with ex cons.  The U.S. has nearly one in every one hundred of its citizens in resident incarceration, the highest percentage in the world and 86% of those are male so prisoners rights are very much a men’s rights issue as well as a humanitarian one.  

Join us tonight and ask Ms. Kendrick your questions.  We would especially value a call in from someone who has spent time in the prison system and is willing to share their experiences with us.  

 The show airs live tonight, at 8:00 Central Time, US, which is 2:00 a.m. June 6, in London and 11:00 a.m. June 6 in Brisbane. If you have not yet requested membership in the Stickcam Room, you can do so through the link below. The call in number is 310-388-9709 .



About James Huff

James is a veteran of the U.S. Army, pursuing his own business and personal ambitions. Since taking the red pill, he has been constantly seeking and enacting new ways to alter the status quo.

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  • JFinn

    The voter-approved and state-sanctioned repeated raping of caged men is a key men’s rights issue. With the appalling amount of support for female false-accusers in our society, rape is a real danger to all men. Re-vet all women in your life. If you discover any signs of vindictiveness – you have to cut them out of your life. Avoid any informal exchanges with females at your workplace. Read up on personal anecdotes of the victims of vindictive women to understand that you are lulled into a sense of false security. It only takes once for them to have you violently abused.

  • Jay

    Absolutely agree with your sentiments JFinn. Prison rape is heinous, and the government needs to be responsible for any person raped in prison, and be held accountable. If every government had to pay proper compensation to victims in prison, then they would actually be forced to stop the problem. America is a disgrace with the way it defines various crimes and subsequently its attitude to prison and prisoners.

  • Cultural_Expat

    The real rape culture, not the one constructed by feminists and their herd of federally supported minions at colleges and high schools throughout the land. I agree with Jfinn, vet them, vet them real good. If they can’t miss The View, if shopping is a primary hobby, if they are living off their ex-husbands “child support,” if they parrot popular feminist lies like 1out of 4 women..is raped or a victim of violence by men, or whatever the new lie de jour is…at best avoid them, dump them if your with them. i have to constantly remind myself that not all women are like that. “Unknowingly” is what i like to believe of woman who agree with the feminist pop man hating “facts” that ultimately throw their fathers, brothers, and sons to the wolves. The poor critical thinking and the knee-jerk emotional reactions of most women that allow these lies, distortions and the resultant damage to men baffles the hell out of me but that intellectual curiosity cannot override the pragmatic sense that men need to protect themselves against the average American woman…thats truth brother…don’t find out the way most of us have!

  • prince_tybalt

    I would like to hear Guantanamo discussed, particularly the forced feeding of male prisoners who are on a hunger strike. Here is a clip of rapper Mos Def going through the same treatment they get for refusing to eat:


    One can contrast this with feminists who were imprisoned back when they were fighting for the vote (for arson and destruction of property), who were released from prison when they went on a hunger strike, as it was deemed to be bad for their health: