Men’s Human Rights Advocates seek to bring awareness about men’s vulnerabilities in a society driven largely by feminist narratives. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.
False Rape statistics in a nutshell
Men’s Rights activists seek to bring awareness to how men are acted upon by society, acted upon by other men and acted upon by women. They are opposed by feminists who think that bringing attention to how men are acted upon will take something away from women. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.
“The Raw Story” is misnamed, and should really be called “The Slightly Cooked Story.” It should also be called “The Self-Loathing Misogynyist’s Magazine,” as Alison Tieman recently discovered.
Based on internet comments made at Queen’s University’s “The Journal” and other internet comments elsewhere, it appears that a Queen’s University associate professor is a child rape apologist.
A more clear and concise explanation of the difference between Feminism and Men’s Rights Activism we have yet to see.
AVfM Senior Editor Alison Tieman says, “Every time we knee-jerk seeing women as ‘acted upon,’ absent evidence, or in the presence of evidence that refutes it, we are engaging in furthering this archaic gender socialization that limits and belittles women. Every ‘but women are hurt more’ or ‘women are the real victims’ or ‘women and children first!'”
“All the evidence I’ve seen against rape hysteria is not good enough for those who profit from keeping women in a prison of fear; but it’s good enough for me to question my obligation to stay.”
Red Castle Productions has created a short film to inform people of the dangers of leaving children unattended in cars on hot days. The heroes–and the villains–of this film may end up surprising you.
JTO is here with this week’s news report for AVfM. From Mary Kellett being given a suspension of her suspension and Edmonton’s SS-A (Or as some prefer, Edmonton’s ASS) attempt to sue us to prevent our use of the common english phrase “Don’t be that…” things have definitely taken a turn for the macabre and zany here at AVfM.
Girl Writes What[GWW] offers a searing critique of the corrupt and out-of-control Maine Prosecutor Mary Kellett that will burn your ears and light a fire under your ass. Maybe if we had more women like GWW in the judicial system–who are capable of seeing injustice and calling it out–we wouldn’t have so many men being thrown into the family court abattoir. Sit back and enjoy the GWW burn.
Paul Elam seems to have a way with words that draws equal measures of hurrahs and WTFs. He doesn’t put too much effort into trying to explain his methods to anyone. He more or less just writes and posts, buckle up and come what may. TyphonBlue, AVFM resident wizard of interpreting human behavior, makes a call on Paul.