Michael Kimmel, a noxious bigot and sycophant with a PhD, recently got a large private grant to start a center for studying men’s and boys’ issues. Peter Allemano, in a devastatingly on-point review of Kimmel’s famous book Guyland, helps people get to know Kimmel’s scholarship a bit better.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Oh shock of shocks, the Republican opposition of VAWA fizzled out and morphed into outright support of the new legislation. Obama will sign it into law soon, and the money flow to corrupt ideologues will continue unabated.
There is a rampant problem with male suicide in western culture. They kill themselves because they are men, and because they deserve to die for all the oppressing they do to real victims in the world. Fuck it, let’s buy them guns and a single bullet.
Some pro football players are getting ready to get the team spirit fired up in Big D. The mayor’s going to be there, along with a slew of other local celebs, all there to have a cheer leading session on how to make men better than the lowlifes they are.
Just when you think you have heard it all, you find that you indeed have not. Amanda Wheeler is a disgusting child molester that should be thrown under the jail and forgotten. But the only thing the court forgot was to punish her.
There was some apologist driven, guilt laden condemnation of Archi Desai’s article, Don’t Nigggerise Me! Mr. Desai felt it was worthy of addressing, by telling said guilt addicts to take a hike down from the mountain and see how real men live.
The perfidious, concupiscent and carnally importuning Pee Zed Myers has put forth the idea that top level MRAs are needed at the upcoming women’s something or another conference hosted by such and such somewhere. JTO accepts.
Tom Matlack of the Good Men Project has found himself in the hot seat with almost all of his former feminist allies. He is posturing through the crises, but it looks to Paul Elam more like he is cutting a deal.
Even while shock waves from the horrific events at the Sandy Hook School were reverberating through a shocked nation, feminist ideologues wasted no time in offering sexist and racist explanations for the tragedy. TDOM returns.
Mail Online columnist Peter Lloyd offers commentary on the tragic story of a man facially disfigured by a woman over a Facebook message, and the UK court that let her walk without a scratch.
Racism, sexism, hatred of the suffering, and cruelty toward the most vulnerable: these are the stock in trade for Professor Hugo Schwyzer. He makes his living peddling hate. A mother who loves her sons calls him out on it.
If you have been waiting for years to hear a feminist present a cogent, devastating retort to the agenda and premises of the men’s movement, your wait is over. Beware MRAs. Fire In The Dawn has arrived. Pain is on the way.
We have used, and often over used, words like mangina and white knight when describing men who kowtow to feminist approval and PC groupthink. Maybe there was a simpler word all along. Like coward.
Carlos Andrés Gómez has a list of 25 ways to be a “good man.” At least that is what he is trying to tell you. He is actually selling something else. It comes in a bottle made of cheap glass with a tacky label, and it smells like snake oil. Don’t buy it. Or if you insist, get on your knees for the transaction.
A blogger on freethoughtblogs going by the name Crommunist has taken exception to an article written by Nurdy Dancing. He has instructed her to return to the plantation. Somehow we don’t think she is inclined to obey.