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.
Have you even looked into the concept of street harassment? Clayton Craddock has. And what he sees is both sexist and racist.
In the oppressive culture of Iran, women are mere property to be used and thrown away by their husbands like trash. Or so the English-speaking media tells you regularly. Iranian correspondent Ali Mehraspand has a different story to tell that you won’t read anywhere else.
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.
Acid attacks are a horror that no human being should experience. The problem should never be minimized. Unfortunately, certain international groups advocating “for women” are busy minimizing the problem for damn near half of all victims, and minimizing the sexual identity of many of the attackers.
Australian website Online Opinion recently published a piece by Caitlin Roper, a victim blogger and coordinator of feminist group Collective Shout. As one might expect from an author with that resume, Roper’s article reherses the usual anti-male canards.
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.
Everyone knows that great rewards usually come from great risks. What they seem to forget is that most people who take great risks fail. People who complain about the lack of female billionaires seem to be missing this crucial fact, as Jalon Cain explains.
Western media and feminists portray Iran as a nightmare for women. Look closely, under the veneer of Islamophobic hype courtesy of feminist media, and the bad dream dissolves into one of the most luxurious, indulgent, gynocentric places on the planet.
A rather incestuous relationship between Australian government bodies, James Cook University, and radical feminist groups such as Take Back The Night has developed, with the predictable marginalization of female predators and male victims that typically accompany such things. Dr. Greg Canning, our Australian News Director, has a report on recent shenanigans in Townsville.
Toby Dixon, author at online feminist publication Birdee.com recently penned a piece lauding discrimination against men because it helps men to know “how women have felt all along.” Jim Muldoon offers a response.
As the common authorities on what is and is not rape, which victims are to blame for their abuse and whether certain sexual assaults are really rape or just sorta not quite rape, feminists seem to employ a lot of double standards. Of course we all know that they have our best interests at heart when they decide who was and wasn’t raped, and their decisions aren’t politically motivated. Promise. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix]