ABR! Lawful or not, is it the lesser crime than the accusation of Rape? Dennis makes the argument why MHRAs should Always Be Recording.
Does Feminism enable female pedophiles? Clint Carpentier takes on RussianDeadPool to clarify this reality.
If you’re a man with children you’ll understand.
Tom Golden looks into the painful experience of being falsely accused of rape
A recent article by Amartya Talukdar raised the topic of marital rape. David King asks what it is – a real thing, or the product of a febrile mind?
Josh O’Brien eviscerates yet another series of bogus rape statistics. We love this guy.
Men today are urged to become more conscious of their sexual attitudes and behaviours. Jack Barnes rises to the occasion with a candid and moving testament about his dark sexual nature.
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 […]
To hear some people tell it, there exists a culture where rape is socially acceptable. Not under some foreign “Islamo-fascist” regime in a land far, far away but right here in America. Chris Cantwell has a look.
When is rape not-rape? When a woman forces herself onto a man’s unwilling erection. That, at least, is how most laws insist on looking at it. If they looked at it otherwise, and society looked at it otherwise, the entire discussion of sexual aggression would change for the better.
Amy Schumer is a well-noted American comedienne who has been lauded and celebrated by feminists who laughed at and cheered her story of a sexual encounter that, had she been a man and he a woman, feminists likely would have called rape.
Men, those crazed and out of control beasts must be trained to override the violent instinct to rape women – so says the feminist narrative of “rape culture.” As wider culture begins to reject this feminist stereotype, John Hembling warns that biographies of those who perpetuated it will be eternally stained with the conclusion ‘there lived a bigot’.