There is a lot of talk about slut shaming these days. Much of it comes from sluts trying to shame the shamers. It is not that we have anything against sluts. In fact, we love them. We just are not confused about who and what they are, as well as how they are made.
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. The more things change, the more they stay the same. There is nothing new under the sun. We have a language full of cliches. When it comes to marriage, they all boil down to the same thing. A bachelor by any other name, is still better than family court.
On International Men’s Day this year (November 19th), advertising and marketing company M&C Saatchi released a White Paper titled The Modern [Aussie] Man. It was attacked mercilessly by three significant publications. Here is what they got wrong, and then some.
We like to post the occasional meme around here. Sometimes they educate. Sometimes they make us laugh at the craziness we are up against. Sometimes, like this one, they just make us angry. And they should.
A Voice for Men is investigating the possibility of hosting a conference on men’s issues. We have already drawn interest from some of the most noted luminaries in the world on issues faced by men and boys. One question remains. Where to do it?
As we all prepare to hand out candy to the young ghouls and goblins, or pretend that we did not hear the doorbell ring, we being you a meme for the evening that is so spot on it is downright spooky. Happy Halloween to one and all.
Strange days, these. As the mainstream media heats up its attacks against the MHRM, which they allege is a bunch of disgruntled white guys who can’t get laid, the female section of the FTSU brigade grows. ABC, you got some ‘splainin to do.
For those unfortunates who did not get the memo that the Don’t be That Guy meme campaign was offensive because it painted all men as potential rapists, then perhaps this meme will drive that point home. Remember, Don’t be That Hypocrite.
There are people who insist that Men Going Their Own Way as a philosophical movement is a “radical separatist” movement (false) or that it’s misogynist (false). Although you will find some in those ranks who think that way, most are just making a rational choice based on fact. RazorBladeKandy explains.
Both The Daily Beast and The Raw Story grossly misreported on John Hembling (aka John The Other) recently. JTO is amused by the blatant stupidity.
A Voice for Men has had a magnificent response to the Good Meme Project request to submit memes to the website. This is one of many that will be posted in the days ahead. Enjoy and pass it on.
Dean Esmay plays the host position as he, Paul Elam and John the Other discuss the recent article in the Daily Beast by R. Tod Kelly. The reviews are mixed, which means it is a big improvement over standard mainstream offerings.