Now that feminists are suing for peace, opening a dialogue with feminist men’s groups like the 200 year-old “Good Men Project” seems a good first step. Our Senior Editor Peter Wright joins the celebrations.
Tim Pylypiuk wrote and performed in a play about male survivors of physical and sexual abuse–and the reality that people generally ignore or excuse female perpetrators of said abuse. Over time it’s gained more and more attention. Here he tells the story of its genesis.
Male victims of partner violence are beginning to receive recognition in society, despite the fact they have been ridiculed for centuries for admitting their experiences publicly. Malcolm J. George wrote a classic article on the subject, and we are pleased to republish it for readers of AVfM.
Most who come to the men’s movement have experienced what they call a “red pill moment,” where suddenly they realized the world wasn’t what they’d believed it was all along. Ayami Tyndall looks forward to the day when such awakenings are rare.