AVFM welcomes David Solway with a must read analysis of the state of modern feminism
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The first Shrink4Men was published by Dr Tara J. Palmatier, PsyD on January 12, 2009. Dr Palmatier began Shrink4Men because she recognized that men who are in abusive relationships in which the perpetrator is a woman do not have the same support resources as their female counterparts. Much of society and support organizations refuse to recognize that men comprise […]
I grew up in the 1970s, when feminism’s second wave was cresting. Predictably, I absorbed and internalized the public messaging of the mainstream. I also absorbed a major fraction of my value system from an earlier generation, having had access to the library of my grandfather, who along with my grandmother, were among the last […]
I started my life as half of a stereotype. My parents divorced a few months before I was born so according to just about every sitcom and movie of the nineties, I was destined to be one of those men whose “father was never there.” Destined to be one of the stoic and immature man-children […]
Having been born and raised in an Eastern European country, I’ve seen a lot of ugly stuff and I’ve seen what many have only read about in biased books. I come from a family where longevity is rather the norm. I’ve personally met one of my great-grandfathers, two great-grandmothers and both my maternal and paternal […]
I was born in the mid 1960’s, bringing up the tail end of the Baby Boom. My dad was a retired cop who taught criminal justice at a community college and my mom was a homemaker (previously a psychiatric nurse.) Both of them were older than most of their peers when they married and they […]
Being born in the mid 50?s, I grew up in a much different world than we live in today. My father was career military, serving faithfully through two wars and bearing the scars to prove it. My mother served as well, being an army wife and raising three boys. She earned a masters degree with […]