Huffington Post made a video with 48 things women supposedly hear that men just don’t. What if they’re mostly wrong?
The feminist takeover of Hollywood will not satisfy their hunger for power. Rachael Lefler attacks the subversion of art for feminist panderers.
“We’ll protect you poor helpless victims!” says the gaming press. But that’s only further stoking the fires of rage from people of the “victim class” the Social Justice warriors claim to be speaking for. Vincent James has more.
Salon recently published an article about the 1st International Men’s Issues Conference that displayed an obvious strong bias against men and boys. Tom Golden responds.
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.
There are winners and losers in this world, and Jameis Winston is clearly a winner. Yet despite massive evidence to the contrary, Jameis will be tarred with the stigma of “accused rapist” for years to come. Ty Henry has an in-depth analysis of his ongoing saga, and those who stand to profit from keeping the stigma on him–and on all men.
Dear Mr Zuckerberg, can the classic document film Rape Culture, which was the genesis of the term “Rape Culture” and was primarily about male victims, have it’s own page please? Or is Kiss My Ass a better option? Isaac T. Quill ponders the question, and tries to find the answer…
The AVfM Reference Wiki is turning into a thing of beauty–one you can contribute to making even more awesome. AVfM welcomes new contributor Isaac Quill to tell us more about his own contributions there, and introduces a term we should all learn: The Woozle Effect.
Aaradhna has a message for a man who might wander into the bed of another woman. She will go Lorena Bobbitt on you. It’s good for a laugh, till you consider what a psychopathic scumbag that really shows her to be.
When human beings are brutalized in a society which lacks a legal framework for redress, a population will develop alternative forms of redress. Retributive violence is, in my opinion, a very bad option – to be avoided – but it is a probable outcome of the dysfunction and abrogation of legal and political redress of grievance.
The man’s name was Thomas Ball, and he doused himself in gasoline, then ignited himself on the steps of the courthouse in NH. Mr Ball chose to use his own self selected and agonizing death to focus public attention on the corruption of the family courts. He did this two days ago. And before just now, you have probably never heard of him. The mainstream media has no interest in human suffering, when it belongs to a man.
Anthony Weiner and I have at least one thing in common: We’re both men. A politician’s manhood is under intense scrutiny, in the midst of a misandric culture. Therefore, I do not wish to remain silent.