Munib Sajjad does not want groups addressing issues faced by men and boys on campus, but he is hesitant to say so because he is sure that A Voice for Men will send black helicopters and men who slink in cover of night to carry him off to MHRA Guantanamo. Really, really.
During the last two lectures at the University of Toronto hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality, an individual or individuals pulled fire alarms, triggering emergency services and forcing the building to be temporarily evacuated. Dan Perrins reviews the events, the law, and what we will do in the future.
During the recent protest at the University of Toronto against the lecture by Dr. Katherine Young and Dr. Paul Nathanson, Dan Perrins and John the Other were interviewed by news reporter Avery Haines. Some interesting questions came up, which we had clarified by Iain Dwyer of CAFE.
Amid all the histrionics and attempts to stifle free speech, two brave academicians Dr. Katherine Young and Dr. Paul Nathanson followed through with what they set out to do; have a discussion on misandry in our culture. Here are the videos.
Dan Perrins makes some on-the-ground observations about his time covering the University of Toronto event hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality. There was a lot to cover, including one redhead in particular, with a very large mouth and a very bad attitude. Feminism as usual.
There has been a recent rash lately of feminists going public to talk about how they are working on men’s issues and have been all along. And of course they still maintain the tired old canard that dismantling a patriarchy that does not exist is the answer. Get real, says Dr. Greg Canning.
John the Other’s recent visit to the University of Toronto turned into quite the examination of human irrationality in action. Was it evil? Mental illness? Stupidity? A combination of all these things? John will tell you his best guess is no. He thinks it is something actually worse.
John the Other went to Toronto today. He got to meet a lot of feminists; chanting, rhyming, mobbing, stick wielding, spittle projecting, patriarchy hating, cis gender despising, heteronormative rejecting feminists that all had one thing in common. They are all crazier than shit house rats.
Our very own John the Other is at the University of Toronto today, and a very fine day it is. A revolution of morons is afoot, led in part by the University of Toronto Student’s Union, a campus affiliated hate group with ties to other groups full of Stalinist thugs.
The countdown has begun to the upcoming lecture on misandry at the University of Toronto. The schools has a history of some poor discipline on the part of some students there who don’t want to learn new things and don’t want anyone else to. JTO rolls up his newspaper.
Dean Esmay reminds us of one of the best songs ever recorded to represent our movement, by Jared White, and provides some handy links to go with the lyrics, for those who oppose us in the fight for basic human rights for men and boys. Enjoy the links, and fuck you.
Suzanne McCarley has a few questions for the men of the University of Toronto Student’s Union regarding their conduct at the recent protests at men’s issues presentations on that campus. We are sure they will be quick to step forward with direct and honest answers to all of them.
In the wake of recent events at the University of Toronto, the Revolutionary Students Movement has now put out a call advocating violence towards men’s rights supporters and activists. The stench of fear is now in the air, but for whom really?
As another event featuring the issue of misandry in modern culture approaches, there are rumblings of protest and violence coming from radicalized and militant feminist ideologues at the University of Toronto. Paul issues some cautions for attendees, and some concerns for all else involved.
A reporter from the Toronto Star wanted to ask Paul Elam some questions about the alleged profiling of students at the University of Toronto in the aftermath of their violent protest against a talk by Warren Farrell in November of last year. Elam had answers she was not apparently looking for.
We are approaching yet another event at the University of Toronto where the issues of men and boys will be discussed on Campus. As such, we are approaching another event where there is the possibility of attempts to stifle free speech. AVFM is sending a news team prepared to cover whatever happens.
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.
Dan Perrins does what a reporter does. He asks questions. This time, at the University of Toronto lecture by Dr. Janice Fiamengo, Dan asked some feminists some questions. We will be forever grateful he did it, so we didn’t have to.
The Canadian Association for Equality and the Men’s Issues Awareness Group of the University of Toronto are bringing yet another excellent discussion on men’s issues to the university setting. AVFM will be there to cover events.