Some AVFM articles are the gift that keeps on giving. Paul Elam shares one of those from the past and also treats us to a review of why it was and is such a successful piece or writing. He also shows us how we have feminists to thank for it. This one will be fun for the old timers on the site.
Governor Paul LePage of Maine is a man whose gubernatorial priorities are strongly concerned with the problem of domestic violence. He is now taking that message to young boys across Maine’s high schools. Unfortunately he is lying through his teeth to every last one of them.
Paul Elam was surprised and impressed to see a Houston area journalist who was open to dissenting information on a piece he did that involved feminism and the secular community. Alarmed by that journalists fairness on the subject, PZ Myers has involved himself in the debate.
Arthur Goldwag has decided to weigh in on the suicide of Earl Silverman. Predictably, he aimed to add insult to injury and attempted to malign Earl as much as he could. He failed, but he did force us to ask ourselves a question. Why do we bother with Arthur Goldwag at all.
A recent fit of outrage over an A Voice for Men meme on false allegations came to a peak just as the Washington Times reported that there has been a serious and largely unaddressed increase in the amount of false accusations of sexual assault in the military. It’s not the first time for these concerns.
The “kill all men” hashtag has been making the rounds as a hot topic in the feminist community of late. Some of them, like Salon.com’s Mary Elizabeth Williams, have been making the case that it is not such a good idea to enable women to be jerks – while she looks the other way at much greater evils.
The wheels of justice, or as the case may be, injustice, continue to turn slowly in the case of Vladek Filler, which is now a case of prosecutorial malfeasance against Mary Kellett, which has been referred to the State Supreme Court of Maine for action. Paul Elam gives an overview of the cases history, as well as a message to the Supreme Court of Maine.
There is a whole lot of talk in this culture about men “stepping up” to be fathers. Too much talk if you ask Paul Elam. He takes a look at what he thinks is really happening to fathers in the post divorce world, and it isn’t pretty. Not for fathers, and especially not for their children.
Mary Elizabeth Williams decided to thrown her opinion into the mix about the suicide death of Earl Silverman. If you ask Paul Elam, he is not surprised at what she had to say, but he would have preferred that she not say it anyway. More in the aftermath of the Silverman tragedy.
After taking some time to reflect on the life and death of Earl Silverman, Paul Elam has some thoughts and a few changes that are being made to site policy at A Voice for Men. It is time, according to Elam, to focus more on the activism and less on the distractions.
After reading a recent article by Kristina Hansen, Paul Elam took a trip back in his past to remember the loss of his father, and the love of a friend that helped him through the process of grieving that loss. He shares that with us now, as though the whole thing happened just yesterday.
In the escalating war against the Men’s Human Rights Movement, the rhetoric and accusations are getting dialed up quite bit. The latest salvo comes from GMPs Senior Editor Joanna Schroeder, who steps out on Twitter to accuse Paul Elam of being sadistic with women. Paul responds.
Paul Elam recently posted an article involving Georgetown University and an employee who allegedly trashed applications for admission based on sex and race. He now says he got it wrong and is publishing a retraction to the story, as well as an apology to those affected.
Roseanne Barr and her son Jake have been in a long running family squabble about feminism. It appears the son of the once famous TV star is doing his best to break free of her hateful programming, but is having a hard time choking down the required red pills to do it.
After the Radfems were ousted from yet another venue, an Italian MHRA shows some compassion for the wayward bunch of grrls and offers them a conference facility with free food and lodging on the outskirts of Rome. We are betting that it is the best offer they will get.
Georgetown University, located near the epicenter of American politics, has a scandal of huge proportions threatening its reputation and its coffers. An employee of the school has been caught trashing applications from students who are male, and who are white.
Recently Paul Elam wrote an article about Zach Rosenberg, who called his four year old son a rapist for trying to kiss a girl. Zach wrote to express his concerns about the article, or rather about his public image, but he was not concerned enough to correct his mistakes.
Judith Grossman is a card carrying, parade marching, door knocking, progressive supporting feminist. Or at least she was until the politics she helped foster in our culture nearly wiped her own son’s future off the map. Now she is angry. At least for the time being.
And now comes from the mainstream media their coverage on the University of Toronto. They did not get everything right, by any means, but they did do what so far has not been happening. They acknowledge that our issues deserve a platform.