Arthur Goldwag has decided to weigh in on the suicide of Earl Silverman. Predictably, he aimed to add insult to injury and attempted to malign Earl as much as he could. He failed, but he did force us to ask ourselves a question. Why do we bother with Arthur Goldwag at all.
The University of North Carolina Women’s Hospital is just one of many, many women’s hospitals scattered across the western landscape. They are staffed almost entirely with specialists in women’s health. Michael Sharron can’t help but be thankful that he has a daughter, and not a son.
New A Voice for Men contributor John Kimble brings us a report informing us that efforts are still underway by Norton Symantec and O2 to prevent the public from accessing information on the issues faced by men and boys through censoring our websites. It effects 250,000,000 users.
A Voice for men welcomes new contributor Diana Davison, a Vintage Goth who has been through the full cycle of life; a blue pill upbringing, early adulthood in the middle of feminist culture, and the red pill awakening that eventually led her to the pages of this website. Welcome, Diana!
Whether you are man or woman, what is your morality about competing for the attentions of possible partners? What are your values? Mark Trueblood examines the ethics of scoring and the necessity for social consciousness — even in the cutthroat world of scoring.
Kristina Hansen has made a video tribute to the life and work of Earl Silverman, the man who founded Canada’s first and only battered men’s shelter. Mr. Silverman killed himself yesterday morning in despair over funding for the shelter, which had to close due to a lack of support.
And today you get a two-fer from the good people at MRA London. First an update on those in the UK who actually support men’s rights, and those who are Glen Poole. Whoa, what a difference! Also, a honey badger alert. Calling the women of the MHRM to take a stand against Radfems.
Recently Paul Elam wrote an article about Zach Rosenberg, who called his four year old son a rapist for trying to kiss a girl. Zach wrote to express his concerns about the article, or rather about his public image, but he was not concerned enough to correct his mistakes.
It has become apparent that with the influx of literally dozens of women into the technical industries that we need a new vernacular, one that is not so hostile and oppressive to strong and independent women that now inhabit the workplace.
A Voice for Men welcomes new contributor Della Burton, with an analysis on the modern politicization of human genitalia. In the end it seems we are playing the same old game. Vagina good, penis bad. And we area playing it that way for a very familiar reason. Welcome, Della Burton.
Our very own Dan Perrins, as he reported some months ago, was threatened with a weapon on the streets of Hamilton, Ontario because he was putting up posters. Perrins informed Hamilton Police, who responded with swift and decisive apathy. He reports on current developments.
Chivalry. It is quickly finding its way into meaning as the modern man’s “C” word, though there is much debate still as to its origin and meaning. Peter Write sets the record straight with this historical opus, sure to set the record straight.
On April 4, 2013 the Men’s Issues Awareness Group of the University of Toronto will present yet another lecture that addresses the issues faced by men and boys in modern culture. Resistance is likely to be present. As is resistance to the resistance. Dan Perrins reports.
The Black Mental Health Alliance of Massachusetts has launched a program to help young Black men. It is a novel approach. Ignore all their problems and figure out how to railroad them into prison for how they dress. With friends like this, who needs the Ku Klux Klan?
From the pages of the a British publication, we are telegraphed another reminder that in most ways that count, we simply don’t exist. Not as men, as fathers, or even as taxpayers it seems. Andy Thomas offers a brief note on the latest insult delivered to men everywhere.
Pauley Perrette is an actress in a wildly popular television show. She is also a woman with an agenda, and her ex-husband, Francis Shivers is the one suffering for it. Paul Elam brings some explosive documentation to this current news story.
Of all publications, the New York Times seems to have woken up and recognized that men being marginalized out of the lives of their children is having a deleterious effect on society. So what is there answer? Well, more misandry, of course. Facepalm.
An Australian reader of A Voice for Men reader contacts us and is concerned that we need to cover some of the more recent changes to laws in India that affect men and boys. Fine we say, write us an article. And he did. Gents and ladies, introducing David Cuspis.
What is the garb of the modern Western male? Is it boots and chaps, work shirt or coveralls? Is it a business suit or a military uniform? Is it all these things? Not so much, says Gordon Wadsworth, who explores the servile fashions of modern western men in all their “glory.”