Dean Esmay and Global Media Network discussing the MHRM and real men’s lives who they have helped.
Who gets to define Feminism? Luigi Logan (aka Fidelbogen) discussed two concepts which allow Feminists to control the language.
#EndViolenceAgainstWomen, Kerri Sackville the slut, and her sycophant’s abuse.
ABR! Lawful or not, is it the lesser crime than the accusation of Rape? Dennis makes the argument why MHRAs should Always Be Recording.
Tired of the public narrative surrounding Domestic violence, Greg Canning urges all of us to join Bettina Arndt and the many other men and boys advocates by adding our voices.
At a recent protest against Bill Cosby, those who call Cosby a rapist decided to get violent with those who counter that Cosby has a right to be presumed innocent.
Men’s Human Rights Ireland was denied the right to give a speech on International Men’s Day. Here’s the speech they weren’t allowed to give.
We know what you’re thinking: “When did it become socially acceptable to forcibly have sex with a woman?” The answer, of course, is never. But don’t dare inform fanatics of that.
On one of the most important health issues in the modern world, the Canadian government, like most governments, has discriminatory policies the politicians seem almost completely blind to.
Rape Culture™ is a concept of legendary proportions, one that has helped to spread misinformation and hysteria throughout the globe. Isaac T. Quill unravels the roots of the concept and proposes that its true meaning may be worth embracing.
The massively higher rate of suicide among males hit global media in the 1980- 90’s, and the feminist establishment told us that they would be “working on it.” Dan Perrins shows that decades later there is still little help for men in Canada.