Jared White has good news for feminists. Patriarchy is real! And we gotta do something about it. In fact, we are doing something about it. Although for some strange reason, some people are resistant to it. We wonder why. Maybe it’s their desire to cling to patriarchy?
John the other searches though the burned down remains of a Jake Pentland article on masculinity and feminism, looking for meaning. He found some of sorts, though not the kind that was intended when Pentland wrote the article. No clues, though. You have to read it for yourself.
Lucian Vâlsan brings us a comprehensive update on the incredible level of feminist governance that has taken over the nation of Spain, robbing Spanish men of their property, income and civil liberties as a matter of routine. All of it is based on corrupt feminist data and political pressure.
We were recently in a conversation with someone who is very pessimistic and tells us he just doesn’t see people, women in particular, coming out of the woodwork to ask for change. We told him we see otherwise. And almost by magic, yet another HoneyBadger appears…
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 of 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.
AVFM News Director Robert O’Hara interviews secular activist Justin Vacula who recently attended the second Women in Secularism Conference in Washington, DC. Vacula has a lot to say about what is happening in the secular community at the hands of feminist ideologues.
If you ask Gordon Wadsworth, feminism isn’t and perhaps never was a socially progressive movement. Tied to and subservient to archaic sex roles, feminism is just another expression of old school humanity, and as such it serves as an impediment to self-actualization for both men and women.
Brad Casey, a “journalist” that turns all things yellow into gold, wants to ask some questions from female MHRAs. Paul Elam has given Dean Esmay permission to give those women permission to speak without screening their words in advance. It is a helluva day to be an MHRA!
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.
Elly Tams, whose PhD in Gender Studies has been converted into a Doctorate of FTSU, returns with an eye-rolling rumination on the apparent ongoing need of feminists to pick on comedians. This time Patton Oswalt is in their crosshairs. Good luck dealing with those harpies, Patton.
Louise Pennington wrote an article for the Huffington Post that in its proper context is only distinguishable from Nazi propaganda by a small handful of words. This is the state we are in today, where mainstream publications post vile hate speech under the guise of enlightenment.
The day is nearing when prosecutor Mary Kellett will possibly face the music for her conduct in the case she prosecuted against Vladek Filler. And as it unfolds it reveals a much more widespread problem of false allegations and the corrupt court officials that pursue them. Robert Franklin reports.
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.
Katie J.M. Baker has recently climbed aboard the threat-narrative propaganda wagon at Jezebel.com and built enough straw men to keep every ear of corn in the American mid-west safe from crows. Her take on the matter could leave us with a thousand questions, but Fidelbogen only has one.
Jelly (or mud, or Jell-O) wrestling, page 3 girls, nudie films, topless dancers, football, other sports; all these things and more have at one time or another topped the list of modern feminist causes which they demand that we, as a society, MUST do something about, for the sake of all women. Bah.
With two years remaining before the general elections. Mike Buchanan’s political party, Justice for Men and Boys (and the women who love them) is not wasting any time preparing to take their shot at possibly available seats. Mike drops in to update us on the exciting developments.
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.
As those of us in the Men’s Human Rights Movement mourn the suicide of Earl Silverman, there is great glee and celebration in the community of gender ideologues we know as feminists. They are writing their happy obituaries as we prepare to memorialize this good man.
AVFM Contributing Editor Karen Straughn recently gave a speech at the New York State Libertarian Convention, waking up the crowd to the realities of modern feminism, feminist governance and the undermining of civil liberties in the furtherance of feminst ideology. As always, she was impressive.