White Ribbon Australia eats one of their own (White Ribbon Australia ambassador, Hazem El Masri) with the presumption of guilt before being found guilty in a court of law.
Jared lays down some challenges and life lessons for young men with an unapologetic flow that Socrates himself would bob his head to. Your life as man has value.
Male freedom is a prize deserving of protection, don’t let anyone take it away from you.
Another woman’s voice joins the chorus. If someone tells you to “listen to women” ask them to listen to this one.
Canadian News Director Dan Perrins had a chance to interview Justin Trottier, the director of the new Canadian Centre for Men and Families.
A video making the rounds on social media shows a woman on a hidden camera walking through the streets of New York with men doing horrible things like saying hello. The horror! Christopher Cantwell shares his thoughts on the matter.
A recent poll shows men receive as much or more online harassment than women–yet somehow the mainstream media spins it as still showing women get it worse. The logic is dizzying to say the least.
Many people claim to support men’s rights, but when asked to endorse the necessary changes to social and legal policy the same individuals get struck with a case of the “what ifs.” Ayami Tyndall contends that unless support for men’s rights is continuous and enthusiastic, it doesn’t equate to genuine support.
Recently, AVFM has published a piece concerning the story of Aaron Joseph Harms. Patrick John Doran looks in more detail at some more troubling details about the case.
Dan Perrins has decided to expand his impressive activism repertoire by attending court cases in support of men. He has a message for all who would throw men under the bus: If you lie about men, your lies will be exposed.
Dan Perrins is calling men’s rights advocates to action. The Toronto Police Services have, yet again, erased male victims from a criminal investigation and need to be reminded that men are people too.