A group of men and women has been slowly decimating the gender studies departments in various universities in Europe. They now come forward to share their experience.
Paul gets pretty raw about the future of AVFM
What does the MHRM do for men? More than you think, and on our own dime, for the most part. That will change.
A freshly LASIK’d Victor Zen returns from a long hiatus to explain what makes activism productive, and why sexism is not an issue without action to corroborate public complaints.
The nascent Men’s Rights Quincy recently experienced attempts at censorship by feminists at their local public library. Cora Newbold reports.
Gay Americans have successfully lobbied for the right to have legally recognized marriages along with heterosexual couples. In the long run, there may be a dear price to pay for it.
Is it time to start accusing women of rape every time they have sex without a firm and unequivocal “yes” for every move in a sexual encounter?
Dan Perrins ends a 75 mile walk, not with a good meal and a soft bed, but with a hunger strike. Time to get our asses behind him, and quickly.
David Pakman gives Mark Potok of the wealthy fatcat hate group known as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) a free pass to spread fear and loathing of human rights activists. Mr. Pakman, do you have any shame?
Black men are invisible, even within their own communities. Racism is not an adequate explanation. Mumia Ali explores the situation.
Bridges are good, from crossing a stream to one small step across the heavens. August Løvenskiolds notes the pitfalls in the road.
Paul Elam offers some thoughts on the recent YouTube sabre rattling, as well as the nature of civil rights movements in general.