An interview with Cassie Jaye, creator of The Red Pill documentary on men’s rights, with questions by Alison Tieman.
Dr. Boykan, girl babies have nothing to fear from you, but “risk factors for childhood injury” for baby boys include doctors like you!
The Red Pill Movie is a watershed moment. Even the Q & A following the film is worthy of coverage.
Until the Q and A video comes out, and this gem of a movie, whet your appetite on the various reviews and this short video that puts you on the red carpet of “The Red Pill.”
After traveling to New York to see Cassie Jaye’s documentary on the Men’s Human Rights Movement, Paul offers his take on the effort.
Too bad supposedly good medical professionals don’t recognize how unethical routine circumcision is; they should ask themselves if female genital mutilation is wrong and why that is.
We lost Angry Harry, sadly and suddenly. His work, though, will remain with us forever.
When Ms. Ngcuka endorsed surgery over condoms to prevent STDs, I felt I was transported to the 19th century where circumcision was thought to cure everything from epilepsy to masturbation.
Why does the doctor perform this abuse on baby boys only? Because he can. It’s rightfully illegal for girls, and at any other age would necessitate general anesthesia because the pain – and no obvious need for it – would cause a violent confrontation. Babies can only cry out, which these mutilators ignore.
Cutting someone else’s genitals without consent is not a good idea outside of reasons of valid medical intervention. It is not a women’s issue, it is not a men’s issue, it is a people issue and must be approached as such. Stop gendering ungendered problems and stop spreading misinformation and relying on knee jerk emotional propaganda to manipulate people into ignoring the real issue.
The Red Pill Movie is finally about to launch. Let’s send Paul to LA to be a part of this very important moment.
A great video from Alison Tieman, and a request for support of the HBB Patreon.