Zach Rosenberg’s four year old son tried to kiss a girl. He trustingly told his father all about it. Big mistake, son. Your father is a sick asshole who just stabbed you in the back so he could be popular with readers at the Good Men Project.
A Voice for Men welcomes new contributor Max Cade, who shares his personal story from male shame to avid consumer of red pills. He also gives us a meaningful glimpse into the world of boys; how we shape and mold and shame them into the service of women. Welcome Max. And welcome to all boys, girls, men and women with the courage to love.
Is a man’s penis the determining factor as to his worth in society as a human being? One mother seemed to think so and took it upon herself to determine her son’s future for him.
Feminists have dedicated a lot of work to spreading the very unscientific canard that there is something in masculinity that is naturally aggressive and domineering. Testosterone alone is often blamed. Well, till we took a look at Mom.
Danny Boy the Canadian MRA has a moving letter to his nephew, in hopes that he and other boys will see to live better times, and that more people who are uncomfortable now will have the courage to speak up.
MRA London’s Andy Man returns with an essay featuring a shockingly truthful poem that should be read by every boy and everyone who loves them, and a short film he created that was inspired by same. Must-see.
A young man experiences the educational system in Great Britain. The experiences left him with questions for older men, and indeed for all of us. Posted here with thanks to MRALondon.org.
AVfM welcomes this powerful offering from new contributor, Casimer Strasdauskas, a story of love and lunacy that cuts to the bone. All we can say is, if you have good memories, hold on to them.
In observance of International Men’s Day, we bring you some very sobering observations on the state of men and boys from the pages of Men’s Health Australia.
Across Great Britain Remembrance Day is commemorated; an effort to ensure that citizen do not forget who paid for their rights. It would be well to teach them who paid the price, and for whom.
Greg Canning made an inquiry to the Australian Human Rights Commission about getting a page up on their website regarding International Men’s Day. As usual, the equality dried up when it was a man asking for it. But Dr. Canning has a message for them.
Germany has recently outlawed the practice of circumcision, more accurately known as male genital mutilation. It is a decision that cuts sharply across religious lines, creating hostilities. Dan Moore wants to know why.
The sick desire to harm infants is not limited to the left-leaning Radical Feminist Sociopaths of Radical Hub. Conservative columnist Sheryl Saperia makes her own case for mutilating infant boys
In a stunning decision by a German high court, circumcision is now illegal in that country. The news was brought to us courtesy of the National Coalition for Men which has been covering the subject of MGM for years.
Now that the Sandusky trial is over, and the damning verdict has been read, have we really gained justice? Not even close, according to Paul Elam in this analysis of victims, perps and society at large.
AVfM welcomes Glen Poole as a new contributor. Mr. Poole is a long time men’s activist from England. Today he brings us a developmental list of issues faced by men and boys.
We often view our war dead through a political lens. Let’s take a moment to cast the politics aside and simply honor the fallen, as well as those that survived. Pierce Harlan gives us all a reason to stop and remember.
In his first offering to A Voice for Men, long time reader TCM brings us these thoughts as the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic comes and goes. A big AVfM welcome to TCM!
Holidays are a rough, sometimes depressing time for a lot of men. MRA’s in particular. James Huff takes a good look at the pain and loss we all share, and offers a solution that works.