International Men’s Day has come and gone, but Dr. Greg Canning has a report on some things that were done right in Australia in honor of that event, including a brief speech he gave to his city council.
Editorial opinion around here has long held that feminism withheld meaningful support from gay men, unless they were compliant, useful to and tolerated abuse from their activist sisters. John Lauritsen knows this, and wrote at length about it. Nearly forty years ago.
Muhammad Ali is a special person not only for his talent, not only for the art of his craft, but for demonstrating to us all that it takes only one person to make a difference – something that requires boldness. Like Ali, we need more people who refuse to go to the back of the bus.
Men in the MHRM are sometimes slow to acknowledge the full extent of male servitude. Catreece Macleod contends that women in the movement have different expectations placed on them, allowing them to ‘get the picture’ more quickly.
Stop Violence Against Men Day – which occurs on the first day of every month – is a day in which people are reminded that violence against men is just as wrong as is violence against anyone else. After all, men are human beings too!