Some common ground between somewhat different men.
All press is good press and RooshV’s recent appearance on the Dr. Oz show gets a solid thumbs up from Mumia Ali.
Black men are invisible, even within their own communities. Racism is not an adequate explanation. Mumia Ali explores the situation.
Black America’s press has manifestly failed to do much of anything to address the actual issues facing most black people, especially Black Men. Mumia Ali aims to change that.
Part two of Mumia Ali’s interview with RooshV.
Men’s Human Rights Ireland was denied the right to give a speech on International Men’s Day. Here’s the speech they weren’t allowed to give.
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.
Truly an historic moment as MHRAs gather at Queen’s Park in Toronto to support CAFE’s efforts to educate the public on the crisis of men and boys in our society. Counter-protesters were present but had little effect thanks to Toronto Police.
Women who have a history of bashing men, spreading lies about men, and pretending to be oppressed by men are also big on whinging about what’s wrong with modern men and what men have to do to make their lives better. A Grumpy Old Man takes them to task, and rather effectively we’d say. We also say it’s about time.
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.
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.
An invitation has been extended, which I have accepted, from the promoters of the Ultimate Men’s Summit for me to present at that event. The (mutually) chosen topic is “Why some men are angry at feminism.”