Sometimes your friends really aren’t looking out for your best interests. Especially if they’re married, and they’re urging you to marry.
Prof. Fiamengo discusses an article by Michael Kemmel and dissects his interpretation of what it means to be a man today. Men are the problem!
An informative look at David Riesman’s book “The Lonely Crowd; a Study of the Changing American Character” and it’s timeless relevance to today’s MGTOW.
A religious man offers his perspective
All-male educational environments are relics of a bygone era. Doug Mortimer reflects on the pros and cons for boys.
Recently a Montessori school director stated that she refused to hire male teachers, assuming them all to be potential sexual predators. She has not been publicly identified, until now.
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.
The Canadian Association for Equality continues to face harassment from fascist thugs whose sole purpose is to protect fragile ladies from ideas they don’t want to hear.
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.
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.
As women and girls grow ever more special in our culture, the fix is now in on getting more women into the field of computer programming. Since we can’t ask them to compete with men or each other to earn it, we can now simply pay off the teachers who might refer them.
The United States government assures us that Department of Education Organization Act October 17, 1979 was a wonderful thing. Just look cat the fabulous thing it has accomplished, especially on behalf of boys. Here is a look at how federal bureaucracy and its experts did before 1979 with their federal top-down centralized education scheme designed to “help” American Indian children.