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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Critique of the White Knight has long been a staple of MRM literature. It is a worthy effort considering the amount of social damage inflicted by these men. John the Other examines White Knights through the sociobiological lens, and comes up with a proposed solution.
The red pill is a simple but difficult solution for a complicated blue pill problem, or at least says Paul Elam. This one is likely to stir the pot a little, but odds are good that all will survive intact, and in better shape for it.
In discussions of human sociobiology we put a lot of emphasis on genetics. It makes sense. Or does it? Codebuster brings us some “outside the box” perspective on this touchy subject.
As it turns out, the ethics of human societies are those they can afford. “Women and children first” is a group survival mechanism, it preserves the reproducers and the offspring at the expense of males. It’s the oldest deal in the book.
Frost responds in round two of the six part debate on Game and PUA vs zeta masculinity and the MRM. Frost lays out his definitions and offers some PUAspective.
As promised, this is installment one of the Six Days War between Frost and Elam as it relates to Game, PUA and the men’s rights movement. Popcorn anyone?
Whoa! Mr. Telephone! There has been a lot of heat around the issue of Game and the men’s movement in the past few days. Imagine, just in time for the cold weather.
Everybody loves me. I’m beautiful and everyone tells me this, so naturally I don’t appreciate it and don’t put any effort into my relationships. I don’t have to.
Jessica Valenti sees the pairing of stupid men with wise women as yet more evidence of- get this- misogyny! Her reasoning is that this makes the female characters look bad, because they’re pathetic enough to stay with such men.
In case “Birth of Vagicon” hasn’t yet prompted people to throw a brick through my window I thought I might recap with an examination of a review—of sorts—of The Man Whisperer written by Candice M. Giove over at the New York Post. I haven’t read it and I can tell you right now that there’s a greater chance of me [...]
If the free market can efficiently distribute resources and produce ever increasing quality, then could a “sexual free market” be the best way to join men and women together for reproduction?
I was up burning some 4:00 a.m. oil when I ran across a comment just posted to my YouTube video “Domestic Violence, Women are Half the Problem.” Actually it was a two part comment. The first half was just standard shame trip and ad hominem. Not worth posting here. And while the second half of [...]