The Red Pill Movie is a watershed moment. Even the Q & A following the film is worthy of coverage.
The field of psychotherapy and counseling is a professional endeavor purportedly for the emotional and psychological well being of all human beings. Not so fast, says AVFM founder and publisher Paul Elam. The field is not exactly what it seems.
We lost Angry Harry, sadly and suddenly. His work, though, will remain with us forever.
Diabetes, hyperinsulinism, metabolic disorder, cancer and heart disease are all men’s issues. And like other men’s issues much of it comes from a faulty narrative that has been crafted for the sake of profit. Paul offers some advice and some personal experience on health and nutrition
The New Statesman’s Suzanne Moore likes her hatred bald, and she is just plain tired of feminists backing off the anti-male vitriol.
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After a sometimes antagonizing wait, The Red Pill Movie is about to debut on the East and West coasts.
Facebook is a funny place. If you make a meme comparing feminists to Nazis, they will bring the weight of their disapproval down on you. On the other hand, if you are a hustler with tits, welcome aboard!
Men have an aversion to mental health services, even to medical help at times. Feminist ideologues have dumpsters full of ideas on why that happens, which means their ideas are right where they belong. Paul Elam offers some analysis and the promise of a book on the subject.
AVFM is planning its second retreat. If it is anything like the first, you don’t want to miss it.
Book reviews are an uncommon feature on A Voice for Men. It is a rare treat, then, that we have found one so worthy of the attention.
Feminists damsel themselves so much over the alleged misogyny on the internet. Paul Elam thinks that the real thing is on the way, and it won’t be confined to the relative safety of the online world.