Recently the work of Kelly Jones was presented on this site. It contained a lot of cogent and salient observations about the nature of men and women. But not so fast, says Paul Elam. There is one glaring problem in the middle of all this wisdom.
So. You’re a woman. And you’ve read about us recently, or stumbled on us by accident. Aimee McGee would like to give you some pointers on navigating this place. It’s neither as scary nor as weird as you may have heard. Here’s a handy roadmap.
For those of you new to the Men’s Human Rights Movement, this is required reading before you venture into discussing these issues with others. For old hands, this will be a great refresher and reminder of what we face daily–and how forewarned is forearmed.
A Voice For Men Radio Contributing Editor Karen Straughan, aka Girl Writes What, has had the most popular YouTube video on feminism for the last year. The original transcript of that video was lost, but Dean Esmay has created a transcript for those who do not like watching long videos.
Erin Pizzey presents a blockbuster of an article on her work with violent women, in particular what she calls The Emotional Terrorist. Although it is a concept familiar to our readers, it has scarcely been so well articulated as here.
In 1923 Alice Paul came up with the idea for a Constitutional Amendment that would outlaw sexual discrimination at the federal and state level. The ERA continues to struggle for ratification 90 years later. It is time for that to end.
The new wave of thought sweeping through the MRM has fundamentally demarcated that which went before and that which has gained center-stage now. Tawil steps to say what many already know. We have entered a second wave.
AVfM welcomes new contributor Jay T, who brings us an accounting of his personal red pill journey. All we can say Jay T, is that we are glad you wound up here, telling your story, and showing other men the way.
Birth control, reproductive rights, abortion, sexual liberation. All key factors by which the ideology of feminism appears to measure itself. But do they ever measure the cost? Codebuster offers some insights.
AVfM is very proud to welcome Dr. Elly Tams to the list of contributors at this website. This article, which we hope will be followed by many more, is the personal story of what actual empowerment does to women in feminist circles.
Safety in the workplace is a very important issue. Dead and injured workers don’t produce, not for the company and not for their families, so keeping them healthy and productive is essential. But what, in human terms, is their real worth?
James Huff has a lot to say, but he is tired of just talking. In this excellent essay he draws us a diagram of activism and places our responsibility right in the middle of it. This is what an MRA looks like.
Most people assume that the men’s rights movement is a backlash of reaction to gender feminism of the 1960′s. Not so. Not even close. Robert St. Estephe tells our story here, with clarity and conviction. A spectacular effort by a great writer.
This ideology is a tool, created and funded by elites, and used to divide people against each other, to destroy the integrity of human bonds of love and family. This has the effect of making society weaker and more pliable to top-down control.
And so the cycle begins. Harry will play step and fetch to his wounded mistress, and will continue to do so, with her reveling in it, till the pressure builds toward another explosion. Every once in a while he will hit her.
Then there is her sexist view of the “tone argument.” “However, when men use it against women it is especially pernicious.” Why? Because somehow this becomes the use of “male privilege” to silence women and win the argument.
One accusation from a woman has destroyed this man’s career. One accusation from a woman has made this man a criminal in the public eye. One accusation from a woman has put an electronic tracking bracelet around this man’s ankle.
Past and present efforts to silence, shame, marginalize, and subvert the efforts of mens rights activists demonstrate that what we are saying about our opponents, the enemies of human rights, is not exaggeration, or conspiracy theory, instead it is understatement.
For white men it is a new experience. For black men it will be nothing less than a return to their early post-African roots. For black men, feminism is the end of their civil rights movement.