In a country of dangerous, feral men and helpless, traumatized women, one poor soul walks ten hours and gets no harassment of any kind. Welcome to India. Not quite as dangerous as the media would have you believe.
Western media has been indulging in massive anti-Indian propaganda, degrading its people and terming various Indian cities as “rape capitals.” Anil Kumar exposes this misinformation campaign.
Breaking news in India – Men’s Rights protests prompt Highest Court of India to overturn the totalitarian and scandalous provisions of VAWA that have been used to deny men their legal and human rights. We hope that VAWA meets a similar fate elsewhere.
Domestic Violence against men in India has long been recognised. Such knowledge is about to be swept under the carpet as highly funded profeminist agencies work to institute the belief that only men can perpetrate domestic violence, and that only women are the victims.
Misandry in India has a lot of political support in India. The country is often referred to as a socialist republic and all political parties are expected to swear by socialism to participate in the electoral process.
How prejudiced about a country and its people do you have to be to blindly accept any statistic you read? Anil Kumar looks at one such statistic, and calls on the Thomson Reuters foundation and the British Government to clean up their act.
The Indian judiciary, notorious for its corruption and scandalous misandry, has recently found itself hoist with its own petard, as retired judges begin finding themselves caught up by the very legal practices they once defended as noble and necessary to “protect women.”
A prominent feminist activist in India has killed himself in the wake of rape allegations, and his feminist friends are rushing to blame everyone but themselves.
A rash of Indian women emigrating to the US are effectively using other Indian and/or Middle Eastern women as household slaves illegally. Anil Kumar has a report.
When do feminists look the other way? Ask Bill Clinton. They gave him a pass on all of his shitty conduct because he was an ally. And now we see the same sorry hypocrisy play out in India. Anil Kumar brings us the story of a prominent feminist accused of sexual assault, and the feminists out to protect him.
Anil Kumar shares the challenges Men’s Human Rights Activists face in India and the plights unique to that country as well as problems we here at A Voice for Men recognize as nearly universal these days.
Government tax revenue around the world has become increasingly tied to funding the morally and intellectually bankrupt activities of gender ideologues. Anil Kumar suggests we have every right to question the use of our tax dollars for this purpose.