She is back: GirlWritesWhat Karen Straughan has a new video out addressing the hatred and fears feminists have for and of men.
The subject of “Game” has many supporters and many detractors. AVfM has historically taken a rather dim view of the subject, for a host of reasons, however, here we present a first-time at-length interview with one of its most noted proponents.
Shame on you, Matt Taylor! We all know that women are such delicate flowers that they’ll never do math or science right if they have to see oppressive shirts!
Have you even looked into the concept of street harassment? Clayton Craddock has. And what he sees is both sexist and racist.
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.
Hugo see feminists. Hugo game feminists. Feminists swoon. Go, Hugo, go! August Løvenskiolds catches up on the latest craziness dripping out of camp Feministe.
Ah, the weather is warming up, the coats and sweaters are coming off, outdoor events are being scheduled as people are shaking off the last of the winter cold. Summer is in the air, and it is time for a Slutwalk. That is fine with Dan Perrins, who has plans to attend, and some questions to ask.
During the last two lectures at the University of Toronto hosted by the Canadian Association for Equality, an individual or individuals pulled fire alarms, triggering emergency services and forcing the building to be temporarily evacuated. Dan Perrins reviews the events, the law, and what we will do in the future.
Dan Perrins had the dubious responsibility to report on the latest fashion trend for feminist activists. Dressing up like a vagina and making sure that people can’t say anything they might disagree with. Thanks Danny, we owe you one for the effort.
Yesterday the U.S.House of Representatives passed the Senate version of VAWA giving us another five years of rule by the domestic violence industry. However, the narrative has been successfully challenged.
The suffragettes were champions for the right to vote and indeed for the civil rights of all women, weren’t they? Well, only if you are clueless about their violent and elitist history.
The obvious first place to look is male genital mutilation. Nothing says “I’m afraid of horny men” quite like lopping off most of their erogenous zones and turning them into face cream for rich old white chicks. There are few areas of social concern which so blatantly flaunt sexist double standards upheld by fear of male sexuality quite so clearly as in this instance.