Karen Straughan delivers a powerful reply to misandric assumptions from a Latter Day Saint.
With each year Fathers Day increasingly becomes an occasion to deride and ridicule dads
Paul Elam excavates the ruins of modern masculinity.
Peter Wright sheds light on what is to come in the world of men and psychology. The time for change has come, and the people have arrived.
Tom Golden looks into the painful experience of being falsely accused of rape
False rape accusations are nothing new, with evidence for practice going back thousands of years. Peter Wright showcases examples from the nineteenth century.
Recently a Montessori school director stated that she refused to hire male teachers, assuming them all to be potential sexual predators. She has not been publicly identified, until now.
Recently a team of pro-feminist film makers tricked actors into role playing “rape culture” scenes while not informing them that that’s what they were doing. The film was passed off as real to the public, leaving the actors to deal with being duped by the film-makers and with hostility from the general public.
Once again false rape hysteria has broken out on a University campus, with even the President of the facility getting involved in the finger pointing. But a Grand Jury has embarrassed the hysterics.
On Friday January 9, 2015, despite calls for his shows to be canceled due to allegations of rape, Bill Cosby was in Hamilton Ontario to finish his tour of Canada. Cosby on the 2 previous nights had shows in London and Kitchener Ontario before his tour landed him in my backyard Hamilton. At the 2 […]
The following gives an account of false sexual assault and rape allegations, and the reasons women manufactured them, that were commonplace 120 years ago when the below article was written by E. Belfort Bax. Were the methods of evidence-gathering 120 years ago faulty? Definitely. Were some genuine victims of sexual assault disbelieved? Unfortunately, yes. Were […]
David Ley is a clinical psychologist working in the area of human sexuality. In this article he contends that the branding of male (and female) sexuality as “addiction” brings in big money for therapists pretending to fix it.