Sometimes your friends really aren’t looking out for your best interests. Especially if they’re married, and they’re urging you to marry.
Ever wonder where the contemporary male sex-role first originated? In his recently updated article on the subject Peter Wright looks at the cultural roots of chivalry.
The feminist takeover of Hollywood will not satisfy their hunger for power. Rachael Lefler attacks the subversion of art for feminist panderers.
Have you even looked into the concept of street harassment? Clayton Craddock has. And what he sees is both sexist and racist.
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.
“We’ll protect you poor helpless victims!” says the gaming press. But that’s only further stoking the fires of rage from people of the “victim class” the Social Justice warriors claim to be speaking for. Vincent James has more.
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.
Thugs recently tried to stop the Canadian Association for Equality from speaking. They had a minor victory that will in the end only hamper their cause and help CAFE. Dan Perrins has a report from CAFE.
Most films examining the issue of rape work from the hateful gender ideologue perspective of men as perpetrators and women as victims. Chris Deslone has noticed a documentary filmmaker who may be working to break that mold.
AVfM welcomes 17 year old Josh O’Brien, who has already figured out that the “Patriarchy” myth of privileging men over women is, well, a myth. When youngsters are already figuring it out for themselves, we have hope that this hateful notion will die within our lifetimes.
Ally Fogg counts on followers that missed the literature part of literature class, and never developed a working understanding of satire or any other literary vehicle. We aim to help them out here at A Voice for Men, such as that is possible.
Dear Mr Zuckerberg, can the classic document film Rape Culture, which was the genesis of the term “Rape Culture” and was primarily about male victims, have it’s own page please? Or is Kiss My Ass a better option? Isaac T. Quill ponders the question, and tries to find the answer…