The honey badger parade continues as Diana Davison offers up some analysis and some poetry on female power and male disposability. For anyone out there interested in understanding why women become MHRAs, now would be a good time to shut up and read.
Dianne Abbott is concerned about men. More specifically she is concerned about their masculinity; especially when she thinks on some level that it may affect women. Well, actually only when she thinks it will affect women. Correction: Dianne Abbott isn’t concerned about men at all.
What does a man owe a woman after a divorce? Is she to remain his financial obligation for life? Is he to be burdened with supporting her in a manner to which she is accustomed, even if she got accustomed on the sweat of his labors? Claire-Louise Meadows has some answers for you.
Barbarossaaa, however you spell the name, issues a barn burner of a smackdown on traditionalist values, and their source of power: the male mating strategy. Get your popcorn and fill up your glass of soda. This one is better than going to the movies.
Michael Sharron has a message for women supporters of the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Quit supporting the lies, hatred, class bigotry and corrupt use of a serious social issue to fund the political goals of a small, elitist group. Is that clear enough?
Anne Stevenson is a blogger and a law student and by every indication an very ambitious and aspiring gender ideologue with an eye on the domestic violence industry and a political career. Michael Sharron encourages AVFM readers to voice their opinions for the record about her work.
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.”
Dan Perrins had the dubious responsibility to report on the latest fashion trend for feminist activists. Dressing up like a vagina and making sure that people can’t say anything they might disagree with. Thanks Danny, we owe you one for the effort.
The post here by Kelly Jones raised quite a bit of discussion, both in support of and dissent from her opinions. August Lovenskiolds has some more refection on the matter, proffering that Ms. Jones may have confused practicality for laziness.
You want to understand the world? It’s easy. Just take a good predatory look through your forward facing eyes and realize that what you see may have the unfortunate and unexpected consequence of fluffing your shit up. Keith explains.
The incomparable Andy Bob turns in another sparkling essay on the sexist hypocrisy that frequently flies under the banner of feminism, this time about the supposed sinister Patriarchal nature of–bicycling. We’re not kidding. Bicycles and Patriarchy. Really. We wish he were making it up.
A Voice for Men is proud to announce new contributor Steve Moxon, iconoclastic author of “The Woman Racket,” with some ideas on the etiology and utility of some customs conventionally associated with alleged female oppression.
When Lola broke up with Eric she got a ritzy home, a chauffeur, a personal chef, two nannies for the kids, a holiday allowance and a boatload of child support. It was not enough. She wanted more. She sued. She lost. Good.
Female Rapists, versus, the Helpless Female and the Demonic Male: One of the more taboo areas in modern culture. AVfM proudly reprints a classic by contributor Typhon Blue.
Occasionally we are gifted with a piece of fiction from our friend Dr. F, from the land of Oz. This particular piece, which revolves around something called a Pamper Hamper, leaves a question in our minds. Is it really fiction?
Tim Goldich, President of the Chicago chapter of the National Coalition for men, looks beneath the surface to the reality of how men and women are viewed, giving us a blueprint for what needs to change.
Ever heard about the woman in the room that was the gun in the room that was the elephant in the room that no one talks about? Well, John the Other has heard of that very thing, and he is talking about it in this article on women and real power.
This article comes with a trigger warning. DO NOT drink coffee, tea or other beverages while reading unless you think they will feel pleasant passing through your nostrils. TyphonBlue is in rare form on the power of pussy.
Codebuster takes us on a mind blowing exploration of cultural influence, learning theory, neurological development and sociobiology – as well as how they fit into the scheme of oppression, reproduction and feminist doctrine. Get a cuppa for this one.