Peter Wright looks at the origins and development of romantic love fiction and its role in supercharging gynocentrism
For the history-minded among us, this piece by professor Amy Kelly reveals the taproot of our gender malaise
Angry Harry believed ‘men-who-sit-at-their-screens’ will displace the feminist narrative. So far the project is looking on track.
We hear an awful lot about the evils of the male gaze, but rarely do we hear about efforts to harvest that gaze.
In the age of equality is there still any place for courtship?
By coining the term ‘chivalry feminism,’ Ernest B. Bax highlighted feminism’s root power and the reason for its longevity.
The Red Pill recently showed in Brisbane Australia. Peter wright reflects on the event and on the strong hands that made it happen.
Telling the truth about domestic violence – Bettina Arndt with Beattie & Reith
The psychology of hate is something men and boys know too well. What we need is a new psychology for men.
Taking the red pill can mean many things to many people. With the release of the Red Pill Documentary, Peter Wright takes us on a trip down memory lane to look at what it means for AVfM and the Men’s Human Rights Movement.
Are males in the Western world displaying clinical levels of masochism? Has chivalry morphed into a thinly disguised expression of masochism? Psychoanalyst Arnold Kamiat explores the question.
Despite denials, feminism survives on a steady diet of damseling, chivalry and courtly love.