Having landed in Australia to attend ICMI-17, Karen Straughan is making several media appearances, starting with this interview on Sky News Outsiders
As part of AVfM’s history month (October) we are republishing a few classics. This is one of Karen Straughan’s most famous works.
Karen Straughan giving the Keynote Speech at the recent National Conference on Men’s Issues in Ottawa, Canada.
Karen Straughan explains why it is not a waste of time for Men’s Rights Advocates to criticize feminism: because the people who are doing the most to stop men’s human rights being respected need to be answered.
in December 2014 MIT publicly castigated and shamed physicist Walter Lewin. The bullying and harassment by feminists not just of Lewin, but of anyone who even questioned MIT’s murky reasoning, helps illustrate why an increasing number of people see feminism as a hate movement.
There are some very good reasons people want to ban the word “feminist.” Karen Straughan gives us a few of them.
AVfM Contributing Editor Karen Straughan recently received an email that anyone new to the Men’s movement should read.
Utter a generalization and some people lose their minds. Karen Straughan explores the need for women who care about men’s issues to stop being such delicate flowers.
We continue to present full transcripts of all the presentations at the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2014. Here we bring you Karen Straughan’s speech, the second speech from Day 2, Saturday, June 28, 2014.
One of the more astonishing things about common feminist shaming tactics is that they work–and because they work so well, they disprove themselves. Girl Writes What explains how shame works for and against feminists.
As we work our way up to the International Conference on Men’s Issues, we will be re-running many old classics to help people understand the real Men’s Human Rights Movement. Here we reprint one of Karen Straughan’s most famous works.
Emily Matchar of The New Republic got a lot of things wrong in her article about the Men’s Human Rights Movement, but she got a lot right. Girl Writes What, who was interviewed for the article, has a response, and words of advice.