Steve Brulé brings highlights from 2016 in the ongoing fight for sanity and human rights.
AVFM proudly supports Steve Brule in his effort to document the launch of The Red Pill move.
Professor Fiamengo on the Feminist attack to Karen Straughan’s talk on “Toxic Masculinity, Toxic Femininity” at SFU.
Feminism, “your get out of masculinity free card”
Are women up to the task of military service in combat roles?
Prof. Fiamengo discusses an article by Michael Kemmel and dissects his interpretation of what it means to be a man today. Men are the problem!
We bring you the first of a video series that will air every Thursday, featuring Janice Fiamengo commenting on contemporary culture.
Steve Brulé and Warren Farrell
Feminism plays a role in creating and/or exacerbating issues that affect men. This conversation is creeping into mainstream, and terrified feminists are ramping up the rhetoric in an attempt to virtually outlaw criticism of feminism.
More than sixty thousand married men kill themselves every year in India due to draconian laws that are deeply sexist against men. Join a live session to find out more about this, and other gender issues in India today.
Criticism of ideological feminism at Queen’s inspired the sort of response generally only seen from religious fundamentalists confronted with a blasphemer in their midst. It could not be any clearer: Queen’s University accepts and enforces feminism as a sacred ideology.
This year’s International Men’s Day (November 19th) was full of hateful commentary, from feminist bigots especially. Steve Brulé looks at a few of the most obvious examples of blatant misandry and takes a few of the bigots to task, although it’s virtually guaranteed none of them will listen or apologize.