The following Letter To The editor of Reynolds Newspaper in 1896 provides a snapshot of inequity before the law. Has anything changed? Well no, it hasn’t.
Robert St. Estephe is a very nice person, even though he says he is not. How can he not be nice? He took time out of his very busy day unearthing long buried facts that get in the way of feminist revisionism in order to make us a meme with his very own hands. Not nice? Pshaw! Robert is a very nice man indeed!
AVfM presents one of the seminal works of Men’s Human Rights literature on the eve of its 100th anniversary of publication. This is the second part of this historic document, the first published here a year ago. You will be amazed to find how salient the topics and conclusions discussed in this historic artifact are to the issues we deal with today in the Men’s Human rights movement! Enjoy this fascinating slice of history.