Last year Thomas James Ball stepped up to the front of a family courthouse, doused himself with gasoline, and self immolated in protest of the courts treatment of he and his children. The media, and thus society, scarcely batted an eye.
The continually escalating narrative of “protecting” women by affording them ever greater protection and privilege above and beyond the legal rights of “bad” men is designed to produce a society in which nobody has legal rights except for the members of a few banking families. Not even women will have human rights in that world, because the men who would have protected them will be, and are being reduced to the legal status of furniture and appliances.
“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency…
The banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered”
~ Thomas Jefferson
Paul Elam  and Bernard Chapin  have exposed the evil campaign perpetrated by Change.org  and Traffick911  to draw attention to the scourge of domestic sex trafficking. Through statistical hyperbole and by lumping men, in general, with a few pathological sex traffickers, those activists have sacrificed men and used the Super Bowl as the chopping block. Traffick911 [...]
The only women who are going to be invited to the peace negotiating tables are women who can be just as ruthless, uncaring, spiteful, greedy, and violent as the men who are sitting there. In short, the really nasty sort of feminists. To be more specific, not the sort of women who are truly anti-war.
I was recently minding my own business on my FaceBook page, when someone posted the following homegrown MRA video to my wall. Normally, I remove most wall posts, sheerly out of being territorial. Not this one.
Chai Ling is a very interesting woman. I just stumbled on this article about her a few days ago. I don’t know what her politics are. I don’t know if she’s fully embraced feminism, although some of what I’ve seen at her website indicates that she has embraced some style, form, or genre of it. [...]
Our good friend Bernard Chapin has come up with a plan for some real activism. A men’s voting block. It is such a good idea that I really can’t imagine why no one has done this before.
The Canadian government cooperates with a neighboring government in supplying false information, and is complicit in sending an innocent, peaceful, married father in his thirties straight to hell, to be beaten for hours at a time, days on end, with shredded cables, while listening to other men scream. For this, they are “sorry.” So what?
Janice G. Raymond, a studier of women, thinks that bartering with one’s body is somehow perverse. What she doesn’t realize is that both men and women barter with their bodies on a regular basis, and not just for sex.
What a fantastic film. On every level. Every man should see it.
Feminists and “progressives” everywhere are looking for equality, and humanity is paying the price.
Polanski’s real crime, as I shall explain, is not rape, but contempt for The Law. In the government’s zeal to keep this case open after more than 30 years, everyone involved except the presiding judge, now dead, has been adversely affected, and virtually all of them wish for it to end.
I am one of the fortunate few. My parents stayed together through it all. They still live in the house where I grew up. I can’t tell you what it means to me to be able to go back there for visits, and be surrounded by everything familiar. It will always be my home. It [...]
Welcome to the recently overhauled A Voice for Men website. The relaunch is an auspicious time to hone in again on the basic mission here. The purpose of this web site is to offer information, perspective, and most importantly direction for men living in the age of virulent misandry. The problems relate to feminist ideology, [...]