For those interested, Good Men Project Magazine is preparing to do a special on the MRM, and you have the opportunity to have your voice heard on the subject.
For those of you unfamiliar with the website, it is a well traveled venue with traffic far exceeding that of even The Spearhead, and it is rapidly growing after only being online since June of last year.
It is also something of an ideological anomaly that seems to be battling for an identity, and perhaps losing.
The editorial slant seems to be a bizarre mixture based in radical feminism, frequently accented with paleo-masculine idolatry. Well, as we know here at AVfM, since feminism and traditionalism are two peas in a pod – that mixture is not so bizarre after all.
It should be noted that GMPM is exuberantly endorsed by Ms. Magazine. Yes, that would be the same publication whose erstwhile editor, Robin Morgan, said that “[M]an hating is an honorable and viable political act,” and that “[R]ape exists any time sexual intercourse occurs when it has not been initiated by the woman.”
Quite the endorsement, eh?
The saving grace of GMPM is that they do seem quite interested in including all points of view, should they be submitted. I have submitted three pieces there and they have all been posted. Recently for their special on marriage, I resurrected my article, Men, Math and Marriage, and it has just been posted. Unsurprisingly the first couple of comments are what you would expect from mainstream blue pill readers.
The question may come to mind, why should I submit material to a publication so obviously imbrued with misandry?
In my opinion, it is for the same reason we write letters and post comments to other mainstream publications – to bring an alternative world view to people who have never had the opportunity to see it; to offer the red pill.
I have been told from a member of their editorial staff that they will seriously consider any well written submission. This came from someone whom I have dealt with repeatedly and found to be of integrity.
So, if you are interested, please consider submitting something that explains your take on the MRM. Even dusting off an older article will do if it meets their standards for writing.
You can contact them for submissions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org