Part two of a two-part series “Laird Wilcox and hate hoaxing.”
Andy Gonzalez suspects foul play on a survey of Men’s Rights Activists.
Professor Fiamengo on the Feminist attack to Karen Straughan’s talk on “Toxic Masculinity, Toxic Femininity” at SFU.
ABR! Lawful or not, is it the lesser crime than the accusation of Rape? Dennis makes the argument why MHRAs should Always Be Recording.
Rachael Lefler returns with her inimitable style and incisive commentary.
CARE Norway is bashing boys. Paul responds in his own gentle way.
Huffington Post made a video with 48 things women supposedly hear that men just don’t. What if they’re mostly wrong?
Hannah Wallen discusses decades old research methodologies established by Mary P. Koss and its impact on subsequent studies leading to an ill-informed public.
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.
According to Feminist being offended or disagreed with is violence against women: #endviolenceagainstwomen.
The mysterious case of the post that went missing after a feminist replied to it, made all the more mysterious considering the venue — a conservative British newspaper with what (used to be) a good reputation.
Watch as Honey Badger Hannah Wallen tackles Brave The World’s video on the Men’s Rights Movement and the most ridiculous middle man fallacy seen.