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.
Men’s Rights Montreal and had their first successful meeting Saturday evening and Kristina Hansen was there as the group’s organizer. After the meeting Kristina met up with three interesting individuals who she would like to introduce to us all.
In the wake of recent events at the University of Toronto, the Revolutionary Students Movement has now put out a call advocating violence towards men’s rights supporters and activists. The stench of fear is now in the air, but for whom really?
Lindy West recently penned an article in Jezebel addressing the men (though she missed the women) of the MHRM. She even managed to superficially touch on some actual issues. But she still missed the boat. Gordon Wadsworth pens an immaculate response.
MRA London’s Andy Man returns with an essay featuring a shockingly truthful poem that should be read by every boy and everyone who loves them, and a short film he created that was inspired by same. Must-see.
Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. But you have a lot better chance of getting something good if you are a woman. At least that is what Howard Gordan discovered.
Paul Elam resurrects an old article as a contribution to Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is offered here in the hopes that readers will help raise awareness by passing it on to other venues where it may shed some light on the problem.
Paul being interviewed by Lion Goodman at the Ultimate Men’s Summit.
I feel it is important to start sharing my story in order to shed light on the women who are not held accountable for the mental and/or physical destruction they inflict upon their children. My mother’s anti-male brainwashing, albeit uncontrived in the sense that she wasn’t smart enough to be intentionally devious, was unprecedented. And for what? To have a lifetime of emotional control over her sons?
As with every movement there are certain values that make up feminism’s core. The beliefs that those who created the movement hold and expect all who join to follow. Almost everyone I know within the MRM knows what the core beliefs of feminism are but this message is not for MRAs. This message is for the average, unaffiliated men and women who happen to read this article. This message is for the good, bad, moderate, radical, anti-this, and pro-that feminists who actually accept that there is misandry within their movement but refuse to believe that misandry is large enough to deserve resistance. Here are the core values of the feminist movement and the irrefutable proof that the hatred of men is not only exclusive to many of the members of the feminist movement but is indeed the very essence and foundation of the movement itself.
We are the ones putting an end to oppressive gender roles. So I suggest that is what we let them know, and that we point out to them exactly why they are nothing more than a continuation of the old paradigm, enforced with shame and bullets.
As a fill-in player, I’ve played with all types of musicians and by far these are the ultimate ego-obsessed princesses. They are told that their “pain” and experiences of being women need to be voiced for the sake of educating.
They still find that the taxes they have to pay still go towards ever more programs for women. Scratch that…I meant ‘young families’ (read: single mothers). It’s like the Government doesn’t know about all the struggling men. Of course, we know different, but when you view men as non-human cannon fodder, the Darwinian way government treats disadvantaged men becomes much more understandable.
I’ve got no problem with people wanting to ignore the fact that every civilization on the planet is defended by men. However, I take issue with feminists claiming that violence is a masculine trait. Note that I understand men use violence to protect others but that is not the type of violence feminists are referring to. They are talking about random and sadistic violence. They are talking about men who beat their wives and children simply because they can. Feminists put out commercials on national television, calling them “public service announcements”, which depict men beating women for spilling coffee and claim this scenario to be the norm for everyday families.
When women talk about shoes, I don’t suppose a lot of them have these images in mind. While they are buying a pair of the latest fashionable boots from the hottest ‘designer of the moment’, many families are affected and grieving for the men who have donned, and lost life and limb, in his particular footwear.