According to academic feminist thinking, we pretty much all have to be rapists. No seriously. Michael Sharron says it’s time to turn ourselves in.
Yes, we were finally dragged into it: an article on “twerking.” But hey, Michael Sharron has a point: Miley Cyrus sexually assaulted Robin Thicke and belongs in jail. Sounds stupid to us, but that is the only logical conclusion from some feminist logic.
If you are a father in the United States who has experienced divorce, then you know that the family courts are designed to destroy you.
Slavery and debtor’s prisons are both illegal – but with a few mind-blowing exceptions. Michael Sharron lays out the case.
Iyanla Vanzant and Oprah Winfrey need to discuss the reality behind daddyless daughters. Michael Sharron issues a call to action.
Jodi Arias stabbed Travis Alexander 29 times, then cut his throat from ear to ear, then shot him in the face. She still faces the death penalty for that crime. And now she wants to use her crime to sell you a T-shirt. Don’t you feel good knowing that the money is going to domestic violence programs?
The University of North Carolina Women’s Hospital is just one of many, many women’s hospitals scattered across the western landscape. They are staffed almost entirely with specialists in women’s health. Michael Sharron can’t help but be thankful that he has a daughter, and not a son.
Michael Sharron has a message for women supporters of the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Quit supporting the lies, hatred, class bigotry and corrupt use of a serious social issue to fund the political goals of a small, elitist group. Is that clear enough?
What goes around comes around. They, meaning humanity, have been saying that in one form or another throughout the ages. Nowhere is this more true than in the chain of karma linking custodial mothers to the lives of their sons.
A Voice for Men Father’s Rights Editor Michael Sharron launches an ambitious and important initiative on the documentation of the effects of domestic violence policy, law and perception on men’s rights, and the women in their lives.
Do we have a societal belief that only women want children or want to be involved in their lives? Is this part of what drives our policies on abortions, adoption and safe haven laws for women but that totally exclude men from the picture.
Anne Stevenson is a blogger and a law student and by every indication an very ambitious and aspiring gender ideologue with an eye on the domestic violence industry and a political career. Michael Sharron encourages AVFM readers to voice their opinions for the record about her work.